Emissions

Our technicians do not believe in measuring "just like that".
Their work is based on meticulous planning and makes allowance for the process engineering used in a particular facility. Success is also insured by optimal sampling and analysis giving results with a maximum of accuracy.

Germany's German Ambient Pollution Control Act (BImSchG) requires that facilities subject to approval, and those not subject to licensing, be analyzed for air pollutants by a notified measuring station.

  • Oxygene
  • Carbon dioxide
  • Carbon monoxide
  • Sulfur oxides
  • Nitrogen oxides
  • Solids (dust)
  • Dust constituents
  • Inorganic gaseous fluorine compounds
  • Inorganic gaseous chlorine compounds
  • Brominated, mixed-halogenated and chlorinated dioxins and furans
  • PCBs, PAHs
  • Individual organic substances or groups