US EPA Mercury Measurement Toolkit

Simple, alternative approach to measuring Hg

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The US EPA Mercury Measurement Toolkit is a complete mobile laboratory meant to determine the mercury content in various types of coal-fired combustion sources, fly and bottom ash, gypsum, flue gas, and other effluents. It allows the user to conduct cost-effective, short- and long-term mercury measurements. 


The toolkit consists of three components:

  1. Sorbent Traps

  2. Sorbent Trap Sampling System

  3. Sorbent Trap Analysis System

Features
Available Options

1. Sorbent Traps

  • Simple solution for Hg emissions measurements

  • Compliant with US EPA Reference Method 30B

  • Compliant with US EPA Continuous Method PS-12B

  • Also available for HCl, HBr, SO3, As, Se, NH3


2. Sorbent Trap Sampling System (OLM30B)

  • Compliant with US EPA Method 30B

  • Portable, compact, lightweight

  • Simple to operate

  • Designed to withstand harsh environments


3. Sorbent Trap Analysis System (M324)

  • Quickly and easily analyze sorbent traps

  • Compliant with US EPA Methods 30B and PS-12B

  • For use in laboratory or as portable onsite instrument

  • Can determine Hg concentrations in liquids & solids

Technical Specifications
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Typical Applications
Available Configurations

19" Rack

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Available Measurements
Downloads
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US EPA Mercury Measurement Toolkit

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Mercury Monitoring Toolkit Infographic