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Gas Measurements

In 2009, Regulation on Control of Industrial Air Pollution by Ministry of Environment and Urbanization was published. The purposes of preparing this regulation are:

  • Control the emissions of air, smoke, gas, steam, dust and aerosol as a result of the activities carried out in various industrial and energy production facilities
  • Preventing contamination in the air that allows people and nature to breathe
  • Protecting human health and nature from hazards due to airborne contamination
  • Eliminate or at least minimize the negative effects of these hazards

The scope of the said regulation is as follows:

  • Principles for the establishment and operation of enterprises
  • Air emissions from enterprises
  • Determination of the level of air pollution in the area of ​​business
  • Principles for the production, use, storage and transportation of fuels, raw materials and products

Briefly, the regulation aims to control the emissions to air during the activities of various industrial and power generation facilities.

The density of gases is very low and the viscosity is extremely high. The gas-forming molecules are randomly and chaotically perpetually hit on each other and on the surfaces of their location. Therefore, the word gas is derived from the word chaos. The mixing of gases is very fast. A released gas completely occupies the environment within a few seconds.

The number of molecules of any gas under the same temperature and the same pressure is the same. For this reason, gas quantities are generally measured in volume. Measurements are performed at high densities in percentages, and in low densities, in parts per million.

Gases are classified as follows according to their risks: flammable gases, toxic gases and inert gases.

With the development of technology, gas sensors with different operating principles have been produced to detect hazardous gases in case they are above a certain level in an environment. However, in the authorized laboratories, sensitive gas measurements are made by taking into account different characteristics in all kinds of environments. In this context Our company also conducts numerous testing and measurement studies on gas measurements. For this purpose The services provided are in the following table:

Gas Measurements

Emission gas measurements

PH3 (phosphine) measurements

Measurement gas measurements

Dual Tox CO / H2S measurements

Flue gas measurements

LEL 0-100% LEL measurements

Ambient gas measurements

CL2 (chlorine) measurements

Tunnel gas measurements

NH3 (ammonia) measurements

CO (carbon monoxide) measurements

C6H6 (benzene) measurements

CO2 (carbon dioxide) measurements

NOx measurements

O (oxygen) measurements

VOC measurements

NO (nitrogen oxide) measurements

Particle measurements

NO2 (nitrogen dioxide) measurements

Ambient humidity measurement

CH4 (methane) measurements

Ambient temperature measurement

H2S (hydrogen sulfide) measurements

Ambient dust measurement

O2 (oxygen) measurements

Air pollution measurement

SO2 (sulfur dioxide) measurements

our organization these gas measurementsis in compliance with the standards and test methods published by the domestic and foreign institutions.

In the meantime, our organization, ÖSAS Accreditation Agency, It is accredited according to TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 standard and the tests, measurement, analysis, inspection and inspection procedures and reports are accepted as valid in private and official audits.