CEMS | Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems - Pine Provides the Solutions

The continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) at Pine provides national rental equipment and services for many applications. Our CEMS sampling extraction techniques are used to monitor flue gas for oxygen, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide to provide information for combustion control in industrial settings.

Pine CEMS equipment is specifically used to help industrial, energy, and manufacturing companies comply with air emission standards such as the United States Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Acid Rain Program and other state or province programs. Facilities employ the use of CEMS to continuously collect, record and report the required emissions data.

Be compliant and let Pine provide you with any of our custom CEMS installations for a wide range of field applications. Some facilities include Turbines-Gas & Oil Fired, Boilers-Gas, Oil & Coal Fired, IC Engines-Landfill Gas, Wastewater Treatment-Sewage Sludge Incinerators & IC Engines, Refineries, Waste to Energy, Cogeneration & Process Applications.

  • Combustion Efficiency Monitoring
  • Stack Testing
  • EPA MACT Standards
  • FTIR Analysis
  • HAPs/VOCs Quantification
  • EPA Compliance Monitoring
  • Diagnostic/Instrument Repair Services
  • Sensor Replacements/Calibrations
  • Manufacturer Testing
  • Engine & Gas Turbine Testing
  • Available Service Contracts
  • Protocol Gases
  • Installations
  • Data Acquisition
  • Source Analyzers
  • Ambient Air Analyzers
  • Sample Train Accessories
  • Factory Trained Technicians



Pine CEMS Extraction Techniques Provides Custom Temporary Setups for a Wide Range of Field Applications

Pine uses three main extraction techniques - Cold Dry Extractive System, Dilution Extractive System, and Hot Wet Direct Extractive System. Extractive systems require the installation of a sample line to bring the sample gas from the stack to the analyzer system. Every monitoring system can be customized to provide the best sampling for analysis. There are many things to consider such as process conditions, mounting location, regulatory requirements, and costs.

Not only do the technicians at Pine have numerous years of experience providing custom CEMS solutions, but they are also well equipped to provide all of the components necessary for a system, from probe tips to data acquisition and everything in between. Just explain your process and we will suggest a method for the sample extraction and analysis. You then can set the systems up yourself or have an experienced Pine technician come to your site and install the system in your permanent rack system or rent a temporary mobile CEMS cart.

CEMS Flow Chart

Below, is a flow chart diagram that illustrates the basic parts of a Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS).

Continuous Emissions Monitoring System, CEMS, Pine, Basic Diagram

Contact Pine if your current CEMS needs to be evaluated and an experienced Pine technician can come to your site and assess it for you. Or, if you want to update your CEMS with newer technology, we can help you with that also.