CEMTEK KVB-Enertec™ Emissions Monitoring Seminars & Trainings

2019 Seminars & Training
2018 Seminars & Training
2016 Seminars & Training
2014 Seminars & Training

CEMTEK KVB-Enertec™ Emissions Monitoring and Seminars & Trainings are customer focused events that are held biennially in beautiful Southern California. What originally began as a one day training seminar, has grown into a three day event that offers a wide variety of CEMS training courses and topics to our attendees. We now also offer a yearly CEMTEK KVB-Enertec NetDAHS Edge™ User Group Conference on the East Coast.

The CEMTEK KVB-Enertec™ Seminars & Trainings are coordinated by our very own staff of senior level CEMS specialists, as well as expert guest speakers, to provide our customers with training on the latest and greatest existing and emerging technologies available for compliance and process improvement.

Below is a list of training topics that we have offered at our past Conferences. For more detailed information on these topics visit our 2018 Seminars & Trainings page to view and download presentations.

• Hands-on Training: Teledyne API NOx Analyzer, Thermo NOx Analyzer, FTIR, NH3 TDL, Thermo Mercury, Fully Extrative Sampling Systems, Hot/Wet Extractive & Dilution Extrative Sampling Systems
• NOx Troubleshooting & Optimization of Combined Cycle SCR Systems
• Controlling NOx with SNCR in Chemical Plants
• SCAQMD Reclaim Regulatory Update
• PC MACT Regulatory Update & Lessons Learned
• MATS Regulatory Update
• PetroChemical Sampling Probes and Sampling Systems
• CARB Regulatory Update
• Preparing for Annual RATA
• 10 Steps to a Successful RATA and Performance for Boilers & Turbines Multi-point Probes
• FTIR Theory
• Mercury CEMS Service & Maintenance
• Status and Stability of of NH3, HCl and Hg Calibration Gasses
• SCAQMD RECLAIM DAHS
• PS-11 Monitoring
• SCR Systems
• CII NOx Probes & AP2E Cavity Ringdown Laser Technology
• NetDAHS Edge™ in-depth training

We hope to see you at our next event!

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