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  • Thermo Electron and Fisher Scientific merged in November 2006, creating Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science. This was actually Fisher Scientific’s tagline, and it’s been adopted for the new combined company because it accurately reflects what we do. We deliver what our customers need for their important work in research, analysis, discovery and diagnostics The analytical instruments that help scientists research, equipment to keep labs running, bioreagents and chemicals used in experiments, consumables, software and services. All from one company!
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  • Thermo Fisher Scientific products will be used for a range of applications, from high-end research to manufacturing to environmental monitoring and homeland security. We provide the tools to improve quality of results, whether customers are analyzing proteins in blood, the quality of air and water, or the steel used to make our cars.
  • Over the years, the air quality group product offering has expanded from individual gaseous criteria pollutant analyzers to encompass a broad range of particulate monitors, toxic gas sensors, volatile organic compounds (VOC) analyzers and completely integrated ambient and stack monitoring systems.
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  • Voici la liste des polluants que l’on mesure aux émissions des sites industriels 1- Il faut se souvenir que seulement 10 ans auparavant, seules les 3 premières lignes et demi étaient alors d’actualité. 2- Non seulement les polluants ajoutés sont considérés comme les plus agressifs puisque l’on évoque des substances cancérigènes telles les dérivés benzéniques ou les dioxines & furannes, mais encore comme vous pouvez le constater sur cette représentation graphique, les concentrations massiques tendent vers l’infiniment petit. Bien sur, nous allons devoir évoluer, nous adapter. Mais surtout aujourd’hui nous en sommes conscient: notre avenir reste grand ouvert, à nous de saisir les bonnes opportunités.
  • Our longtime Indian Partner, Leading Instrumentation Company Chemito Instruments Private Limited a group company of Toshniwal Instruments India Pvt. Ltd supports ENVIRONNEMENT S.A. Technology transfers and extended bilateral cooperation over the last eighteen years have led Environnement s.a to strengthen its base in India as result of business ties with the Indian leader in Integrated Systems for Environment Monitoring both Ambient & Emission .
  • This is an example of a typical ambient air monitoring station containing real-time gaseous ambient monitors along with particulate monitors. This station is located in Brazil as part of a ten (10) ambient monitoring station network. The station is surrounded by a fence for security purposes. As with most ambient air monitoring stations, electrical power is needed to run the battery of monitors located inside the trailer. The monitors are located inside the trailer to protect them from the elements. Notice the air conditioning along the side of the building to provide inside air at a constant temperature. The mask on top of the building are the entry points for different monitors to draw outside air down through the mask into the analyzer in the building. The mask with the “tee pee” is the sample head for the PM-10 sampler located inside the building. The next couple of slides will illustrate the different types of particulate matter (PM) samplers, from TSP to PM-10 to PM-2.5 samplers.
  • Now that we have seen the various ambient air monitoring programs, lets take a look at the cost of a single station to be fully equipped with monitoring the ambient air for EPA’s NAAQSs. Based upon the graphic, it would take around $82,000 to fully equip one (1) ambient air monitoring station for monitoring SO 2 , NO x , O 3 , CO, PM-2.5, meteorological parameters (I.e., wind speed, direction, stability, temperature, rainfall etc.), and visibility. All systems would be real-time continuous monitoring systems.
  • CEM systems incorporate one of three sample acquisition techniques: dilution-extractive, extractive (i.e., sampling without dilution of the sample gas), and in-situ. Inherent differences exist among the three sampling techniques, and thus each technique has distinct strengths and weaknesses, which must be carefully evaluated when selecting an appropriate technique for a specific application. The sample acquisition techniques chosen by Part 75 affected utility companies are presented in Table 1. The following sections address the principle of operation for the most widely used and currently available equipment, and technological advancements for each sample acquisition technique.
  • Dilution-extractive probe systems require a constant source of contamination free dilution air. The air supply should be dry (-20  to -40  F) and delivered at 90  10 psig. Additionally, the dilution air should be free of oils, particulates, CO 2 , NO x , and SO 2 . A plant’s compressed air system does not generally provide dilution air to the needed specification. Therefore, an additional air-cleanup system is required. In Part 75 dilution-extractive CEMS the air-cleanup system is the critical component of the dilution-extractive system. Figure 4 is a schematic of a typical dilution air-cleanup subsystem. Compressed air either from the plant's compressed air supply or from a dedicated air compressor is first filtered for particulates, then liquid and oils condensate by a coalescing filter. Oil removal is necessary to prevent the contamination of silica gel or other drying agents in the heatless air dryer. Additional drying of the dilution air is performed by a heatless dryer that can dry the air to approximately -100  F. The CO 2 extractor utilizes two columns with different adsorbent materials to adsorb any CO 2 in the dilution air. Some air cleaning systems may add a CO to CO 2 converter (not shown in Figure 4) before the CO 2 extractor if their analyzers respond to interferences from CO. A charcoal filter trap (not shown in Figure 4) may also be added to remove any hydrocarbons that may be in the dilution air. An additional desiccant dryer (not shown in Figure 4) may be added to provide additional moisture removal. A submicron filter removes any particulates that may be released from the upstream desiccant traps.
  • Trend charts aree an excellent way to show variations in pollutants over time. The reviewer can quickly look at the chart and determine the characteristics of each pollutant over the period of time. Pollutant concentrations can quickly be observed without having to go to tables of data.
  • Based upon the received environmental data, real-time trend charts can be developed and displayed for review. Another important parameter in ambient air monitoring is averaging times for sampled pollutants. The averaging times used for determining pollutant concentrations is typically determined by the duration required to collect a meaningful sample and by the intended use of the collected data. For example, 24-hour averages would be appropriate for long-term air quality trends. For pollutants that reach peak levels for short periods of time such as O 3 , a 1 hour or 8 hour averaging time would be more desirable. Real-time or continuous air monitoring instruments provide a continuous record of concentrations that can fluctuate over time. Therefore, data from continuous air monitoring instruments are integrated in order to provide hourly average concentrations for comparison to respective air quality standards. The NAAQS averaging times are: 24-hour and annual average for PM 10 , a 1-hour average for Ozone (O 3 ) and a 3-hour, 24-hour and annual average for SO 2 . Concentrations of PM 10 averaged over an entire year may be based on daily recordings or on only a more limited number of 24-hour samples. The graphic illustrates an example of the differences between real-time, 1-hour, and 4-hour averaging times for gaseous pollutants. Notice that human exposure to gaseous emissions can at times be higher than average recorded levels.
  • This slide shows the commercial DAHS functions.
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    • 1.  
    • 2. The Clear Industry Leader The world leader in serving science We are the leading provider of analytical instruments, equipment, reagents and consumables, software and services for research, analysis, discovery and diagnostics.
    • 3. Thermo Fisher Scientific Snapshot
      • $10 billion in revenues
      • 30,000 employees in 38 countries
      • 350,000 customers
      • 150 countries served
      • Fortune 300 company
      • $20+ billion market cap (NYSE:TMO)
      Scale
      • Two premier brands
      Brand Equity
      • Complete portfolio
      • World-class technologies
      • Commercial and service strength
      Capabilities
    • 4. Environmental Instruments Division Vision Vision We are committed to being the global leader in environmental monitoring applications where our market knowledge, customer intimacy, application expertise, and instrument technology help our customers make the world healthier, cleaner, and safer. Key Global Trends Demographics Developing World Industrialization Power Generation Requirements Security Concerns
    • 5. Environmental Instruments Division
    • 6. Environmental Instruments Division Vision We are committed to being the global leader in environmental monitoring applications where our market knowledge, customer intimacy, application expertise, and instrument technology help our customers make the world healthier, cleaner, and safer. Key Global Trends Demographics Rapid Industrialization Environmental Awareness Power Generation Requirements Security Concerns
    • 7. A Worthy Mission We enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer Healthier Cleaner Safer
    • 8. The Thermo Scientific Difference
      • Manufacturer of system
      • components
      Global Service Organization Nearly 40 years of servicing the Environmental Monitoring Industry In-house R&D and Engineering Groups Five Global Integration Centers A solid legacy of innovative technology and proven methods
    • 9. Air Quality Monitoring A world of advantages Industrial Hygiene Ambient Air Source
      • Continuous Emissions Monitoring Solutions
      • World renowned i Series Platform
      • Particulate & Gas Monitoring
      • EPA and Internationally approved methods
      • Gas & Particulate Analysis and Detection
      • Monitoring for known gases or field emergency response detection.
    • 10. What is “Air Quality Instruments”?
      • 1 of 3 Business Units In Environmental Instruments Division (EID)
      • Headquartered In Franklin, Massachusetts
      • ~$150 Million Annual Revenue
      • 500 Employees
      • 4 Manufacturing Sites
      • 100+ Air Monitoring Products
      • Global Sales - 100+ Distributors; 30+ Countries
      The World Leader in Air Monitoring Instrumentation
    • 11. We are committed to being the global leader in environmental monitoring applications where our market knowledge, instrument technology and field experience continues to help customers succeed in protecting people and the environment.
    • 12. Global Solutions
        • Integration facilities in the USA (Franklin, MA), China, India ( Pawane, New Mumbai ), and Europe
      India China Massachusetts Europe
    • 13. Your Integrated Solutions Provider Service and Spare Parts Design Build Project Management Technical Support Training The Complete Solution Air Quality Monitoring
    • 14. Finding out if the Air we Breathe is Clean
      • The six criteria pollutants addressed in the NAAQS are Carbon
      • Monoxide, Nitrogen Dioxide, Lead, Ozone (or smog), Particulate
      • Matter, and Sulfur Dioxide.
      • If the levels of these pollutants are higher than what is considered
      • acceptable by EPA, then the area in which the level is too high is
      • called a no attainment area.
      • The Air Pollution Monitoring program monitors all of the six criteria pollutants.
      • Measurements are taken to assess areas where there may be a problem, and
      • to monitor areas that already have problems. The goal of this program is to
      • control areas where problems exist and to try to keep other areas from
      • becoming problem air pollution areas.
      Air Monitoring systems
    • 15.
      • More than 25 dedicated Customer Support Personnel dedicated for Environment Instrumentation Division
        • Broad Functions of EI includes:
            • Support from Conception to completion
            • Assist Customer to Choose Right Solution
            • Integration and Project Supply
            • Mobile Van/ Fixed Shelter Design and Fabrication
            • Quality Maintenance and Checks
            • Approval by Customer / Third Party Inspection
            • Prerequisites Readiness
            • Installation and Commissioning.
            • Customer Training
            • AMC, CMC, O&M
      Environment Instrumentation Division - India
    • 16.  
    • 17.
      • Continuous Ambient Air Quality
      • Monitoring Systems
      • Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems
      • Opacity/Dust
      • Hydrocarbon Analyzers
      • Calibrators and Zero Air Generators
      • Pollution Monitoring Mobile Vans
      • Analyzer Shelters
      • Turnkey Projects
      • Data Acquisition Systems for Ambient
      • & Stack Monitoring
      Environment Instrumentation
    • 18. System Integration Capabilities
    • 19. India Integration Facility
      • Shop Floor with Office Area
        • 12000 Sq Ft wide Area for project
      • department to design, integrate,
      • test Ambient Air Quality as well as
      • Stack emission monitoring systems
        • Equipped with all the amenities for
      • uninterrupted round the clock
      • work
        • Easy Material handling without any
      • damages using overhead crane
        • Factory trained service personnel to
      • provide quality timely services to
      • customers
        • Storage of spares parts for
      • betterment of uptime.
    • 20.
      • Add picture of facility
    • 21. ISO 9001-2008 Certification
    • 22.
      • Pl add picture of shelter
    • 23. CIMFR Certified HVAC
    • 24. CIMFR Certificate
    • 25. AAQMS-IITM (COMMON WEALTH GAME)
    • 26. AAQMS- MARUTI – AC RACK
    • 27.
      • Pl add picture of sample handling system
    • 28. Continuous Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System
    • 29. Beijing Olympic 2008
    • 30. System Configuration
      • Thermo Fisher scientific, China has supplied Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Stations for Beijing Olympic, 2008
      • System consists of
        • 48i Co analyser – 10 sets
        • 49i O3 Analyser – 25 sets
        • 43i SO2 Analyser – 10 sets
        • 42i NOX Analyser – 10 sets
        • 1400AB Dust Analyser – 25 sets
        • 1405DF Dust Analyser – 1 set
        • MAAP 5012 Black Carbon Analyser – 01 set
        • FRM 2000 Sampler – 03 sets
        • GUV-15HBL-1 Hi Volume sampler – 02 sets
        • 146i Multi Gas calibrator – 10 sets
      • With data loggers, sample conditioning system and accessories
    • 31. SAFAR System For Commonwealth Games India 2010
    • 32. System of Air Pollution Forecasting and Research-SAFAR-2010
      • O3
      • CO
      • NOX
      • SPM
      • BENZEN
      • CARBON BLACK
      ANALYSERS FOR THE SYSTEM
      • 10 Continuous Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System installed in Delhi. Data will be available in Pune through communication system
    • 33. Analysers And –Measuring Technique Enview Windows Based Data Logger 146i Mass flow Controller Dilution Based Calibrator AE31 Optical transmission absorption BLACK CARBON A73022 Gas Chromatograph With PID Detector BENZENE FH62C14 Beta Attenuation SPM 48i Gas Filter Correlation CO 49i UV Absorption O 3 42 i Chemiluminescence Nox Model Technique Pollutant
    • 34. Continuous Emission Monitoring System
    • 35. Continuous Emission Monitoring System Sample Acquisition Techniques
        • Dilution-Extractive Systems
          • In-Stack
          • Out-of-Stack
        • Extractive Systems
          • Cold/Dry
          • Hot/Wet
    • 36. Typical Dilution Probe Emission Monitoring System
    • 37. Overview of CEMS Technologies & Equipment
      • Dilution Probe Sampling System
      Coarse Filter Critical Orifice Dry Air Line Cal Gas Line Diluted Sample Out Venturi Nozzle Quartz Wool Fine Filter Vacuum Reference Line                                               
    • 38. Dilution Air Clean-Up System “Very Important Component”
    • 39. Example of 100:1 Dilution Probe Operation
    • 40. Bill Of Material of Dilution System
      • SO2, NOX, CO, CO2 Analyzers
      • Dilution probe
      • Dilution Control Unit / Controller
      • Umbilical Cord
      • Zero Air Unit
      • Rack
      • Shelter
      • Optional: Stack Multiplexing unit
    • 41. Overview of CEMS Technologies Non-Dilution Extractive System
    • 42. NDIR Multi-gas Analyzer
      • Design Proposal
      • Filter Wheel NDIR with 12 Band-Pass Filters
      • Pyroelectric Detector
      • 48 Series Multi-Pass Bench
      • 48 Series IR Source
      • i-Series Platform and Electronics
    • 43. NDIR Multi-gas Analyzer
      • Design Advantages
        • All 5 Combustion By-Products Measured With One Technology
        • Mechanically Less Complex Than Competing Designs
        • Options/Features Are Software Selected At Factory
        • Common Components With Existing Product For Improved Reliability and a Proven Track Record
        • Platform Could Be Utilized In Future Products (Process Systems & IH)
    • 44. NDIR Multi-gas Analyzer Example of a Typical Single Beam NDIR with Mass Flow Sensor
    • 45. NDIR Multi-gas Analyzer Design Proposal Reference (2X) H 2 O CO 2 CO NO NO 2 SO 2 (high) SO 2 (low) N 2 0 CH 4 C 2 H 6 (NMCH)
    • 46. NDIR Multi-gas Analyzer New in 2008! Model 60 i
    • 47. Gas Analyzers
    • 48. i Series Platform – Design Overview-Thermo Analyzers
    • 49. i Series Platform – Common Electronics and Modular Measurement System Common Electronics Section Measurement System Module
    • 50. i Series Common Electronics – Rear View RS485 Expansion Connector (External Converter Boxes) RS232/485 Serial Ports Ethernet Port Digital Output (Relay) Port Common I/O Connector Expansion I/O Connector Measurement System Connections AC Power Connector and Fuse
    • 51. i Series Common Electronics - User Interface
      • Title Bar
        • Shows what’s being displayed
      • Measurements
        • 1-5 lines
        • Measurement descriptor
        • Measurement value
        • Units
      • Status bar
        • Measurement status
        • Time
        • Alarm status
      • Menu data
        • Menus, data display, entry
      Run Menu
    • 52. i Series Common Electronics - User Interface
      • Soft key prompts
    • 53. NO-NO2-NOX Chemiluminescence
      • Reduction of NO 2 to NO
        • 3 NO 2 + Md 3NO + MdO 3
        • A molybdenum catalyst, heated to ~325C, is used to Convert NO 2 to NO
      PUMP CHAMBER DRY AIR FILTER TEFLON PARTICULATE FILTER SAMPLE CAPILLARY C NO (NO MODE) MODE SOLENOID NO 2 - NO CONVERTER (NO X MODE) PRESSURE TRANSDUCER FLOW SENSOR NC ELECTRONICS REACTION CHAMBER PMT OZONATOR CAPILLARY FLOW SENSOR FILTER
    • 54. Carbon Monoxide Gas Filter Correlation Detector & Pre-Amp Assembly Pressure Sensor Flow Sensor Chopper Motor Correlation Wheel Chopper Band-Pass Filter IR Source Multi-Pass Sample Cell Sample Pump Sample In
    • 55. Model 48i Flow Schematic
    • 56. Model 49i Flow Schematic
    • 57.
      • Light Scattering : Excellent time resolution; Limited by Refractive Index and Aerosol Distribution ( particle size )
      • Tapered Element Oscillating Microbalance: Strong Market Presence;
      • Beta (Electron) Attenuation : Widely Accepted, Minimal Performance Issues, Versatile; Education on  -source and Market Competition w/TEOM
      Aerosol Monitoring Continuous Methods Thermo the Only company which can provide all the three technologies
    • 58. SPM Analysers For Safar Project
      • OPTIONS
      • On  Attenuation Principle Model FH62C14
      • Option No.1- We under stand that you require continuous measurement of PM10 & PM2.5, if you require only 10 analyser with PM10 & PM2.5 inlet then cost of 10 SPM analysers to be deducted. i.e.We can provide single SPM analyser with PM10 & PM2.5 manually interchangeable inlets.
      • Option No.2- In case you require continuous measurement of PM10 & PM2.5 then you can go for separate SPM analyser for PM 10 & PM2.5.
      • On TEOM Principle Model 1405 DF
      • Option No.3- We are offering USEPA Approved SPM Analyser for simulations & continuous measurement of PM10 & PM2.5 on TEOM technology. We are offering Model 1405 DF at the cost two FH62C14
      • SPM analyser for this prestigious Project. The cost of this single analyser is three times of Model FH62C14
    • 59. SPM ANALYSERS FOR SAFAR PROJECT
      • OPTIONS
      • On  Attenuation Principle Model FH62C14
      • Option No.1- If PM10 & PM2.5 Simulations measurement is required then two separate instruments to be installed at each AAQM Station. The same has been considered in the offered system configuration,
      • Option No.2- If Simulations measurement of PM10 & PM2.5 is not envisaged then the cost of one instrument to be deducted and manual change over of Inlet head has to be considered.
      • On TEOM Principle Model 1405 DF
      • Option No.3- We are offering USEPA Approved SPM Analyser for simultaneous & continuous measurement of PM10 & PM2.5 with TEOM technology with FDMS. One instrument can substitute two numbers of Model FH62C14. As this is the prestigious project we would like to offer Model 1405DF, patented instrument at the same price (two FH62C14)
    • 60. Online PM 10 / PM 2.5 / PM 1 / TSP Monitor  Attenuation Series FH 62 C14
    • 61.
      • Constant flow of aerosol is metered and sampled onto a filter stain area.
      • The continuous detection of Beta Attenuation is proportional to increased mass.
      • Every 12-24 hrs a new filter area is zeroed and introduced.
      Series FH 62 C14 Principle of Operation
    • 62. Series FH 62 C14 Principle of Operation
    • 63. Model 1405-DF
      • Technology
        • TEOM
        • Dichotomous Flow with FDMS
        • Dried Sample Stream
        • Accounts for Volatiles
        • Simultaneous PM-10, PM-Coarse, PM-2.5
      • Humid locations, Regulatory Measurements, Multiple Measurements
    • 64. TEOM Mass Transducer
      • Tapered element oscillates at its natural frequency
      • Particulate matter collects on filter continuously
      • Frequency decreases with accumulation of mass
      • Direct relationship between mass and frequency change
      • The fundamental approach is similar to that of a laboratory microbalance in that the mass detected by the sensor is the result of the measurement of a change in a parameter (in this case frequency) that is directly coupled via a physical law (or from first principles).
      • Tapered Element Eliminates calibration uncertainty with respect to mass by only using a sensor based upon a first-principle physical law - a direct measurement of mass.
    • 65. TEOM 1405DF
      • Differentiators over our competition
        • Direct mass measurement
        • Short time resolution (10 min. with base model, 1 hour with FDMS)
        • Accounts for Volatiles
        • EPA preferred method for PM2.5 for “real” technology
        • Dichots provide multiple measurements
      • Unique Features of the 1405
        • One box
        • Linux based software
        • Touch Screen with menus
        • Wizards
        • ePort
        • Service Database
    • 66. Multi Gas Calibrator Model 146i
    • 67. AQMS Typical Overview Dust Monitor NOX Analyser O3 Analyser CO Analyser Multi Gas Calibrator Zero Air unit PM 10 head Gas Sampler Head Moisture Trap Air Sample Lines To Gas Analysers Gas Cylinders Zero Air For Dilution Calibration Gas Lines Known Concentration Calibration Gas To Analysers Benzene Analyser
    • 68. Design & Engineering Overview
    • 69.
      • Engineering & Works: TTC Pawane-Mumbai-India.
      • Current Capacity:
      • Engineering , Integration & Testing of 10 AAQMS & 4 CEMS (Shelter ) at one time.
      • Works : Area: 12000 sq ft.
      • Laboratory: Area: 300 sq ft.
      • Finished Good area: 400 sq ft.
      • Power : Un-Interrupted Power Supply with DG back-up of 160kV.
      • Loading: Over Head Crane :10T
      Indian Operation
    • 70. Work Flow Sheet ENQUIRY CUSTOMER BRANCH / MARKETING OFFER BRANCH / MARKETING CUSTOMER ORDER ACKNOLEDGEMENT BRANCH / MARKETING CUSTOMER PO / PR CUSTOMER BRANCH MARKETING Preparation of Job Transmittal BRANCH / MARKETING SYSTEM & DESIGN RECIEPT OF JT BRANCH/MARKETTING SYSTEM & DESIGN TQ. ( IF ANY ) SYSTEM & DESIGN BRANCH/MARKETTING REVIEW OF JT ( TECH. ) SYSTEM & DESIGN SYSTEM & DESIGN REPLY OF TQ. MARKETING SYSTEM & DESIGN INTEGRATION & MFG. OF SYSTEM SYSTEM & DESIGN PRODUCTION INTERNAL INSPECTION SYSTEM & DESIGN Q A ATTEND. OF PUNCH POINT PRODUCTION SYSTEM & DESIGN PUNCH POINT Q A SYSTEM & DESIGN COMPLIANCE REPORT PRODUCTION Q A FAT SYSTEM & DESIGN & QA CUSTOMER TPI PACKING FORWARDING STORE TRANSPORTER DISP. CLEARANCE CUSTOMER PRODUCTION / SYSTEM & DESIGN PREP. OF DRAWNG QAP & SUBMIT TO CUSTOMER SYSTEM & DESIGN CUSTOMER CONSULTANT PREP. & REL. OF BILL OF MATRL. SYSTEM & DESIGN PURCHASE & STORE COMMENT FROM CUST. / CONSULT. CUSTOMER/CONSULTANT SYSTEM & DESIGN ENQUIRY TO VENDOR SYSTEM & DESIGN VENDOR REV. SUBMISSION OF DRG. / QAP SYSTEM & DESIGN CUSTOMER CONSULTANT OFFER FROM VENDOR VENDOR SYSTEM & DESIGN APPROVED OF DRG. / QAP SYSTEM & DESIGN CUSTOMER / CONSULTANT EVALUATION OF ORDER SYSTEM & DESIGN PURCHASE PREPARE DETAIL DRG. SYSTEM & DESIGN PRODUCTION RELEASE OF PO PURCHASE VENDOR REC. OF MATERIAL VENDOR STORE INSPECTION OF MATERIAL Q A STORE ACCEPTED STORE STORE ISSUE OF MATERIAL SYSTEM & DESIGN PRODUCTION REJECTION ( IF ANY ) PURCHASE & STORE VENDOR A START ‘A’ B B C C C ISSUING DEPARTMENT RECEIVING DEPARTMENT ACTIVITY FLOW LINK LEGENDS - FAT CALL SYSTEM & DESIGN CUST. / TPI
    • 71. OUR FACILITY IN BRIEF Team of Franklin U S trained Engineers & Technicians capable of testing calibration of 3 System / day Q A     Instrument Air at 4.6 kg/m2, Dust & Oil free at shop floor & Lab Instrument Air   Diesel Generator Backup 160 kVA, 415 V AC, 3Ph + N from MSEB   Normal 160 kVA, 415 V AC, 3Ph + N from MSEB Power Supply   Material Handling System - Hydraulic forklift & Trolly for material movement Over Head Crane - 10 Ton. Lab ( for testing ) - 1200 Sq. Ft. Store - 1200 Sq. Ft.   Floor Area - 16 meter ( L ) x 7 meter ( W ) Work Shop   3. AAQMS System for M/S NTPC through M/S Yokogawa 2. AAQMS System for M/S Tamilnadu Agricultural University. 1. AAQMS System for M/S Sunflag Nagpur. Present Assignments:   Team of Experience manager with technician like Mechanical fitter, Tube fitter, Electrician, Calibrator technician etc. System Integration     Team of Experience Technical Team worked for previous AAQMS station for NTPC Design & Engineering
    • 72.  
    • 73. Project Schedule for SAFAR
    • 74. Networking & Communication
    • 75. Smart & Simple Numerical Data Collection & Control
      • Communication via RS232C/USB/TCPIP to the smart analyzers (multi-drop available).
      • Logging up to 48 bits of Digital Monitor Status information per each channel.
      • Logging up to 32 diagnostic values per each channel.
      • Enhanced QA tools by Digital Monitor Status checking.
      • Communications bypass feature for direct analyzer connection from remote locations.
      • Support Numerical data collection from the most typical AQM/CEM Analyzers and Meteorological Sensors available in the market.
      • Control Smart Calibrator units via RS232 port
    • 76. Calibration Sequence Configuration
    • 77. Visualisation, Real Time Charting & Reporting
      • Display of current measurement in Volt’s
      • or Real Value and dimensional unit’s (ppb/ppm/µg/m3/mg/m3 or any other like deg, °C, m/sec etc…)
      • Visualization of data (graphical and tabular) with zoom function facilities.
      • Local Reporter program that create daily, weekly, monthly, annual or any From-To period with selectable time-based averages.
    • 78. Reports & Graphs
    • 79. Reports & Graphs
    • 80. Multi Station Communication TCP/IP, Cellular, Radio, Leased Line Communication Environment Central Station with Comm H/W AQI Site AQI Site AQI Site AQI Site
    • 81. Web Edition
    • 82. Web Edition
    • 83. Web Edition
    • 84. Internet WEB Site System Prepared for National & Regional AQM Networks
      • Envista WEB is designed to allow you to publish your environmental data which has been captured using Envista ARM environmental data management software onto the World Wide Web.
      • Designed especially with the needs of public bodies and other agencies with a responsibility for environmental monitoring and reporting, Envista WEB provides a simple route to publication either to concerned citizens or within your organization through an Intranet.
    • 85.  
    • 86. Maps Data Data Presentations-Enview Software
    • 87. Multi-pollutant Trend Chart Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups Unhealthy Moderate Ozone PM 2.5
    • 88. Averaging Times Instantaneous One-Hour Average Four-Hour Average
    • 89. Commercial DAHS Functions Report Generation Emission Data Recording Plant Computer Interface Calibration Control and Recording Emission Monitor Control Emission Data Display DAHS Functions
    • 90. GSM modem PLC GSM modem SCADA RS232 CABLE RS232 CABLE SIM CARD-Must be data/fax connectivity enabled For Communication using GSM modem following requirements are must. PLC with dial up option SCADA supporting for dial up option. GSM MODEM SET UP FOR DAIL UP CONNECTION The Dial up connection is established between the PLC and SCADA when SCADA dials to the remote PLC. It establishes 9600 ,8,N,1 wireless link between the SCADA and PLC
    • 91.
      • Dial up connection can be created between the SCADA and PC using GSM modems with RS232 interface.
      • For this we require GSM radio with RS232 interface and SIM card with Data/Fax connectivity.
      • For this system, PC will be connected with one GSM modem with data activated SIM card and other end SCADA with GSM modem consisting of data activated SIM card.
      • SACDA with Dial up support facility will dial the remote PC GSM modem (support Dial up facility) and will get connected at a speed of 9600 bits per second.
      • Thus PC and SCADA will be online after being connected using Dial up facility.
      • They can operate on 9600 bps 8N1 data interface speed between them.
      • Every Dial up and data transfer will generate a bill, subject to the SIM card inserted inside the GSM modems.
      Working philosophy in Brief
    • 92. RTU
      • MASTER LOCATION
      • SCADA UNIT AT DELHI
      NETWORK ARCHITECHTURE-DIAL UP SYSTEM GSM modem RS-232 LOCATION 1 LOCATION 10 RS-232 SCADA GSM antenna with extension cable DELHI AAQMS NO.1 DELHI AAQMS NO.10 GSM antenna with extension cable RTU GSM modem RS-232 GSM antenna with extension cable GSM modem
      • Working philosophy
      • SCADA will dial from Master location to remote locations one after another and collect the data of remote RTU one after another.
      • Thus remote RTU data can be collected at master station using GSM technology
    • 93. COMMUNICATION AQM/CEM Central Data Station ST 10 EnviDAS Software LCD Hi definition Display RS232/RS 485 /GSM Modem ST 4 ST 1 ST 3 ST 2 ST 5 LCD Hi definition Display Delhi Pune
    • 94. Operation & Maintenance Contract Activities
    • 95. Thermo – AQI, India Service Operations Overview
    • 96. Service Strengths
      • Dedicated Manpower
        • Strong working experience
        • Market Knowledge of Products and Apllications
        • Well Trained Engineers
        • Expert Product Specialists
      • Geographic Reach
        • Team of Service engineers on regional basis.
      • Market Credibility
        • Exclusive Technology
        • Product Quality
        • Proven Field Performance
      • Support from US Office
        • Dedicated Product Specialists for remote tech support
    • 97. Service Organization 3 Service Engineers 2 Open Positions 1 Service Engineer 1 Technician 1 Service Engineer 1 Technician 2 Sales/Service Engineers 1 Service Manager 1 Service Engineer 1 Service Engineer 1 Service Engineer 1 Technician Open
    • 98. Major Customers
      • West
        • MPCB , HPCL, BPCL , TATA Power , RCF, NMMC , Reliance Energy, MCGM, NEERI , IIT, ONGC , IITM, IMD , DFPCL, RCF-Thal
      • Central
        • IOCL , PRL , IPCL, GSFC, ONGC (Hz, Ank, Bar), ESSAR , Reliance Petro, KRIBHCO, GSEG, NTPC, GPCB
      • South
        • CPCL, KSPCB , IIT, CPT, NFC, MALCO, JSW, VSP, NTPC, BPCL, EPL, GMR, NFCL, VSSC
      • East
        • WBPCB, IOCL (H), IOCL(D), TISCO, SAIL, L&T , RSP, Nalco, Balco , NTPC, CMRI
      • North
        • CPCB, NTPC, IOCL (Panipat, Mathura), GAIL , CRRI, DU, IOCL (F), RRVUNL, NPL , NEERI, IIT
        • Customers marked in red are Thermo Users

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