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Control Instruments: Continuous Solvent Vapor Monitors

November 15, 2001
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Federal law requires that the exhaust streams of ovens and dryers be run through a pollution control device to reduce VOC emissions. For many industries, incineration is one common way to bring exhaust emissions in line with EPA requirements. The fuel costs to operate incinerators can be reduced substantially by adding Control Instruments' model 670 series continuous solvent vapor monitors at the source of emissions. Continuous monitoring allows more air recirculation in the process, reducing the exhaust airflow. The incinerator has less air to process, which requires less fuel.

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