In-line Monitoring of Gaseous Oxygen - METTLER TOLEDO

In-line Monitoring of Gaseous Oxygen

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Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) require emission controls because of their noxious characteristics. When VOCs are disposed of by combustion, monitoring and control of gaseous oxygen it allows the confirmation of both the delivery of gases to be processed and the supply of the correct amount of oxygen for good combustion..
 
A French pharmaceutical company reduced atmospheric emissions
A French pharmaceutical company has made a major upgrade investment in a plant for manufacturing pharmaceutical active principles. This upgrade includes facilities to reduce atmospheric emissions, including emissions of VOCs, and the ability to save energy by recovering the heat of combustion.
 
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
VOCs are a large class of organic compounds characterized by normally being in the gaseous state or evaporating readily at standard temperature and pressure (20 °C, 105 Pa). As to toxicity, common VOCs can give rise to various symptoms and effects ranging from mild irritation to severe respiratory distress and some are suspected carcinogens. VOC emissions are governed by EU Directive 99/13, originally issued March 13, 1999, which sets forth limits on point source (stack) and diffuse emissions with special provisions for certain more toxic solvents requiring reduction or substitution.
 
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