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Clean Energy

Reducing the emissions of greenhouse gases and other harmful pollutants is an increasing priority for power producers, hydrocarbon processing plants, and many other industries.

Operators want to improve the efficiency of their processes, making them more ecologically responsible, and meet environmental regulations focused on reducing emissions. Others are seeking new, alternative energy sources that allow their process to operate cleaner, with fewer greenhouse gas emissions such as carbon dioxide (CO2).

End users depend on our analyzers to meet their emission reduction and process efficiency targets. Considered the industry standard, our analyzers are known for their excellent reliability and high quality. Once installed, our global team of field service engineers provides local technical support for commissioning, start-up, and maintenance. In addition, our technical sales and service teams provide strong applications and service expertise to ensure the right solution is engineered to meet the needs of your unique process.

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    Carbon Capture

    Carbon capture and storage (CCS) involves the sequestration of large amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted from the industrial burning of fossil fuels. Keep Reading

    Combustion & Emissions

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    Hydrogen Production

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