REDwire A solution for measuring — not calculating — greenhouse gases

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The GHG-Control analyzer offers continuous, reliable and real-time measurement of the current CO2 and N2O load.

If you are required to report your greenhouse gas emissions, or need precise calculation of greenhouse gas loads within the framework of an emission trading or pollution tax system, SICK, a producer of sensors and sensor technology for industrial applications, just may have the solution for you. 

The GHG-Control analyzer offers continuous, reliable and real-time measurement of the current CO2 and N2O load. The company says it is the only in-situ solution that provides an overview of the amount of greenhouse gases emitted at any time. GHG-Control records the CO2-/N2O gas concentrations, volume flow and precisely determines the total quantity. The greenhouse gas loads are released directly to the SCU control unit. By eliminating the expensive calculation method of the CO2 and N2O load, the safety supplements for the calculation method no longer apply and only the actual emitted loads are reported and paid for.

Cost savings are one of the biggest benefits. There are savings from the reduced effort of recording greenhouse gases, and there are lower costs for determining substance flows and fuel qualities. Safety supplements for the calculation method are no longer an issue, and only greenhouse gas loads that are actually emitted are reported and paid for. There are also low operating costs thanks to minimal maintenance. The bonus is that advice, development and implementation are provided by a single source.

For more information, contact SICK

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