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Special milestone for ABB gas analyser

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ABB is marking the 30th anniversary of the first multi-component turnkey emission monitoring system using fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy.
Manufactured in Frankfurt, the system is currently in its fourth generation, supporting industrial companies with measuring the lowest in the industry concentrations of gases from combustion processes.
The gas analyser measures exhaust gases from industrial chimneys in chemical plants, waste incinerators, cement kilns and more.
The first multi-component emission monitoring system using fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy was manufactured 30 years ago in Frankfurt.
ACF5000 supports industrial companies with meeting the most stringent requirements in environmental monitoring.
The current ACF5000 is capable of measuring the lowest in the industry concentrations of gases from combustion processes.
For 30 years, the system has seen constant performance improvements – from the limits of detection to the number of measured components.
The current ACF5000 is designed to expand its functions, adjusting to customers’ changing needs. New, mandatory components or changed emission limits can be added by a mere software upgrade.
“Due to the growing requirements in environmental monitoring, lower concentrations of an increasing number of pollutants must be measured from combustion processes,” said Ben Goossens, global product line market manager, ABB Measurement & Analytics.






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