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2019 Continuous Emissions Monitoring Course

ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is designed to provide an understanding of the Environment Canada CEM Guidelines, EPS 1/PG/7 Revised (Dec 2005), the design and application of CEM systems and analyzers and the management of CEM programs. This course encompasses topics such as selecting equipment, observing a certification test, operating and maintaining a CEM system, writing a quality assurance plan, conducting an audit, and supervising a CEM program. 

Dr. James A. Jahnke is a consultant with Source Technology Associates of Research Triangle Park, a firm specializing in source emissions monitoring. Dr. Janhke has over 30 years of experience in the development and evaluation of CEM systems and has authored two books including the newest, ‘Continuous Emissions Monitoring, 2nd Edition’; published by John Wiley & Sons in 2000. 

A recognized expert in CEM systems, he serves as the U.S. ASTM representative to the International Standards Organization Committee on Source Monitoring, and as past chairman of the ASTM Committee D22.03 on Ambient Atmospheres and Source Emissions. He was also the Technical Program chairman for AQMA/PCA specifically conferences on CEM systems given in 1981, 1985, and 1992. He has written numerous manuals, studies, reports and technical papers on CEM systems and related projects. 

COURSE CONTENT 
• Introduction to Continuous Emissions Monitoring 
• Review of CEMS Code 
• CEM Regulations—Regulatory Imperatives 
• CEM Regulations—Certification & Quality Assurance 
• Extractive System Design 
• Basic Instrumentation Principles 
• Extractive Gas Analyzers—Principles of Operation
• In-situ Gas Monitors—Principles of Operation 
• Opacity Monitors & Continuous Particulate Monitors 
• Calculating in Units of the Standard/Flow Monitoring Systems 
• Recording & Reporting Data—CEM Data Acquisition Systems 
• Methods of Comparable Effectiveness—Predictive Emission Monitoring Systems 
• Performance Specifications for Gas CEM Systems 
• Group Exercise—Mini Performance Specification Test 
• CEM System Quality Assurance 
• Quality Assurance—Writing the QA Manual
• Inspecting CEM systems

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Any personnel involved with emissions monitoring, including (but not limited to): Vendors, Regulatory Agencies, Equipment Manufacturers, Engineers, Consultants, Environmental Engineers and Maintenance personnel involved in:
• CEM Systems
• Refining & Petro-Chemical
• Cement Incineration
• Thermal Oxidizers
• Steel Making
• Pharmaceutical
• Minerals & Mining
• Pulp & Paper
• Power Generation
• Special Applications

Please register and submit payment before September 1st, 2019 for extra savings!

COURSE FEES
Book before September 1st, 2019
- $1,600.00 first registrant
- $1,400 all subsequent registrants from the same company.

Book after Sept 1st, 2019
- $1,750.00 all registrants

The 3 day course fee includes:
- Text book & Work Book
- Lunch / 2 breaks for all 3 days CEM
- EverMark Automation hosted reception
- All taxes

For registration and payment, please contact:
Connor Wright at Tel: 519 339-7299 ext 5888, or [email protected] 

 

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