Environmental and process data management
Environmental and process data management systems from the DURAG GROUP are used for the continuous collection, long-term storage, calculation and visualization of environmental and process data. Legally prescribed limit values are monitored, compliance with them is logged and at the same time transferred to the relevant authorities as required.
With more than 40 years of experience in the supply of software and hardware products, we are among the forerunners in the industry in the evaluation of emission and process data. Our system solutions include both continuous emission evaluation systems and innovative predictive emission monitoring systems (PEMS), which use empirical models to determine emissions on the basis of historical and real-time process data.
Our systems can be individually adapted and assembled according to the requirements of the plant and the wishes of the operator. With their modular design, they can also be expanded to include additional components and modules after installation.
Environmental and process data management systems
Our data acquisition and handling systems (DAHS) offer analog and digital acquisition, management and long-term storage of environmental and process data in accordance with current legal requirements (D-EMS 2020: Germany, Europe and US EPA; LEMON 7: Austria). They are designed for plants whose emission data, immission data or process data require measurement data logging in accordance with regulatory requirements.
These flexibly configurable, scalable and modular systems are suitable for plants of all sizes and types and are equipped with intuitive and easy-to-use state-of-the-art user interfaces.
Predictive emission monitoring systems (PEMS)
Predictive emission monitoring systems (PEMS) are an innovative and cost-effective approach to continuous emission monitoring as an alternative to continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMS). These software-based systems use process data to enable continuous, real-time monitoring of pollutants such as NOx, SO2, CO, HC or reference variables such as O2.
PEMS use empirical models to determine emissions. They determine the relationship between characteristic process parameters for an emission source and the corresponding emission concentration.