915 J Mercury Process Monitor

Report
Simplifying Hg
Ohio Lumex
915 J Mercury Process
Monitor
915 J Mercury Process Monitor
Technology
and Design
Data
Why a Process
Monitor is
necessary?
The most advanced and reliable portable speciating mercury process
monitor on the market.
915 J MERCURY PROCESS MONITOR
Technology and Design
Technology and Design
• Design is simple and modular
• Removable console for easy
maintenance
• Little to no maintenance (2-3
Hours) on a quarterly basis
• Extremely sensitive (0.1 to 100
ug/m3)
• Installation time < 2 hours
• Built in elemental calibrator
• Modbus Communication
• Based on RA915 Spectrometer
with Zeeman Correction (No
Interferences!)
Technology and Design (Cont.)
• Industry leading dilution probe
head design
• Extremely rugged and durable at
high temperature and nonscrubbed inlets
• Can sample in presence of
calcium bromide
915 J Mercury CEM
915 J Mercury CEM
4 EASILY MOVABLE MODULES
• Enclosure
• NEMA 4X fiberglass enclosure is
self-heated and cooled
• Console
• Housed in rolling shipping
pelican case for easy in-the-field
replacement
915 J Mercury CEM (Cont.)
915 J Mercury CEM
4 EASILY MOVABLE MODULES
• Probe Head
• 2 micron titanium filter to prevent
particulate issues
• Thermal conversion for real-time
speciation
• Probe
• Heated hastelloy probe prevents
corrosion even in harsh acidic
environments
915 J MERCURY PROCESS MONITOR
Data
Over 350,000 System Operating Hours w/
>98% Data Availability
Inlet Location
CEMS vs. Sorbent Traps
30 Days w/Speciation
30.00
25.00
20.00
CEMS Total Hg
Conc.
15.00
(ug/m3)
CEMS Elemental Hg
Sorbent Trap Total Hg
Sorbent Trap Elemental Hg
10.00
5.00
0.00
11-Jan
16-Jan
21-Jan
26-Jan
31-Jan
TimeStamp
5-Feb
10-Feb
15-Feb
20-Feb
Calibration Data
J Calibration
1200
2.50
2.00
1.50
600
1.00
300
0.50
Unit down (9/16/13) to (9/23/13)
0
8/24
9/3
9/13
9/23
10/3
10/13
10/23
11/2
Date
J Coefficient
Trap Conc.
J Conc
11/12
11/22
12/2
0.00
12/12
Concentration in ug/m3
J Coefficient
900
CaBr2 Injection
Trends
Stack Total Conc. (CEMS)
Inlet Oxidation (Speciation Traps)
2.50
120.00%
2.19
100.00%
2.00
1.88
1.71
1.53
1.45
1.50
80.00%
1.45
1.38
1.34
1.23
1.33
1.34
60.00%
1.03
1.00
0.93
40.00%
0.84
0.70
0.50
0.00
6/6/12 12:00 pm
0.59
0.55
0.50
20.00%
0.00%
6/8/12 12:00 pm
6/12/12 12:00 pm
Timestamp
6/14/12 8:00 am
6/18/12 8:00 am
Oxidation Percentage
Hg Concentration (ug/m3)
1.59
Control Technology Injection
915 J MERCURY PROCESS MONITOR
Why a Process Monitor is
Necessary?
Mercury Process
Monitor
• Pair a process monitor with sorbent traps
to see what your compliance data (sorbent
traps) are seeing in real-time
• Fine-tune control technology injections
without overpaying for them
• Prevent an unknown increase in mercury
emissions from putting you out of
compliance
• Monitor FGD performance and correlate
changes to emissions changes
915 J Mercury Process Monitor
• Process Monitor will be an
essential tool as new control
technologies arise in the future
• Minimal maintenance and
down-time will be key to
success of process monitor
Three sections 10mm OD trap
Gas
inlet
Gas outlet
1
2
Primary
capture of Hg
Hg Breakthrough
3
Spiked Section
915 J Mercury Process Monitor
Questions?
The Ohio Lumex Philosophy
“We base our business values on trust, accuracy, and
reliability. We have more than 20 years of experience in
the field of mercury testing at a wide variety of plants.
Take advantage of our capabilities.”

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