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Kunal Kothari

Emission Monitoring & Reporting
Kunal Kothari

Kunal Kothari

Vice President Sales, Teledyne Analytical Instruments

Teledyne has more than 40 year’s global experience in the design and manufacture of continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMS), process monitoring, industrial sensors and instruments, ambient monitoring and software. Our services and products serve the following industries: power generation, oil/gas refining, petrochemical, cement, lime, pulp and paper, steel, chemical, and agriculture. As an operating company of TELEDYNE Technologies, who is recognized as a world-wide leader in providing technological solutions for over 40 years, our long-standing reputation for technical excellence has been founded in systems engineering resulting in a worldwide reputation for dependability and quality. Teledyne Monitor Labs’ dependability and quality is enhanced by successful ISO 9001, 2008std registration.

TELEDYNE guarantees CEMS certification, at least 95% uptime, and a lower cost of ownership and superior product reliability. TML’s monitoring systems are based on rugged, reliable equipment manufactured to exacting standards. The result is CEMS products and systems with some of the highest mean time between failure rates in the industry.

The Topic covered in CEMS presentation are:-

Introduction of CEMS
USEPA 40CFR60 & 75 regulations for CEMS
UAE CEMS Regulations
Types of CEMS systems
•Hot Extractive
•Dilution Extractive
•In-situ type
CEMs systems – Design Overview
CEMS – DAS system requirement
CEMS Analysis & Reporting
Compliance Audit: – QA/QC requirement
•CD Test
•RATA Test

CEMS – Monitoring & Reporting

Emission Monitoring & Reporting

Abstract: Kunal Kothari is currently the Vice President – Global Sales with Teledyne Analytical Instruments USA. Working with Teledyne for last 25 years, responsible for Global Sales & Marketing. Have great knowledge and experience in Analytical Instrumentation.

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