IEEE 180511

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Clean Dry Air (CDA) – In most industrial facilities Compressed Dry Air (CDA) is a primary component of overall energy use. In fact, compressed air is considered to be the “fourth utility” after electricity, natural gas and water, and its cost is very often higher than the other three when compared by cost per delivered unit of energy Read more…

HVAC – Virtually every commercial structure — factories, office buildings, hotels, etc. — has an air distribution system for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) Read more…

Landfill gas (LFG) is produced by the decomposition of organic material in landfills. It is a mixture of gases that are required to be monitored and reported. Additionally, methane emissions from landfills represent an opportunity to capture and reuse a significant source of energy Read more…

Natural gas is a fossil fuel composed of a mixture of hydrocarbon gases. The primary components are methane, ethane and propane. It is the cleanest burning fossil fuel, producing byproducts of mostly carbon dioxide and water vapor. Natural gas provides approximately 25% of the United States’ total energy consumption Read more…

Wastewater treatment is a critical element of municipal responsibility. Increased public and private awareness of water quality, availability, and cost is a driving force behind the demands for better efficiency and economy in these processes Read more…

Flare Stack – for burning off flammable gas release by pressure valves during unplanned over-pressuring. Various sizes of the stack can lead to challenging implementations for monitoring these released gases. Read more…