Flow control technology provider Gardner Denver has released a new vacuum pump that fulfils all continuous emissions monitoring (CEM) system requirements.
The Thomas 1610 AC has been designed to comply with strict guidelines that are placed upon exhaust emissions through its continuous operation and fume and emissions monitoring performance.
Source: Gardner Denver
It features efficient heat extraction for continuous operation, FKM elastomers for chemical compatibility and threaded ports to protect moulded inlet and outlet ports.
In addition, the company says it has an improved lifespan due to its pump configuration.
The Thomas 1610 AC been designed for use in large combustion plants, incineration plants and cement and lime kilns.
Gardner Denver is a global provider of mission-critical flow control and compression equipment. It holds over 155 years of engineering history and offers a complete range of compressor, pump, vacuum and blower products and services.
It operates from 37 global manufacturing facilities and has more than 30 service and repair centres across six continents.
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