Gas Turbine Process Control Utilizing TDL Cross Stack Technology to Monitor O2, CO, CH4 and NOx Gases
We will discuss the advantages and benefits of using Cross Stack TDL and DOAS technology to measure O2, CO, CH4 and NOx on Gas Turbines inlet monitoring in place of Traditional Extractive CEMS technology. Many Gas Turbine users monitor gases immediately after the gas turbine to gain turbine efficiency and also attain higher mw with a lower turndown. The cross stack TDL/DOAS technology offers gas turbine users a better designed product for the application, and some of the advantages are Immediate response time, accuracy, reduced CEMS maintenance and spare parts, life, and extremely lower maintenance costs are just a few of the benefits.
Key Takeaways for Users
Learn how to achieve better turbine operating efficiency and how to get immediate response time, accuracy, reduced CEMS maintenance and spare parts, life, and extremely lower maintenance costs by using the CEMTEK Cross Stack Laser TDLS.
Gary Cacciatore, Business Development Manager / Midwest & International Regional Sales Manager / TDL Product Specialist
Gary Cacciatore currently serves as the Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) Applications Specialist for Cemtek KVB-Enertec, headquartered in Santa Ana, California. He has over 28 years of CEMS industry experience including ten years of experience at KVB where he served as a Project Engineer designing and managing over 200 CEMS. He then moved up to Product Management where he managed the MIP opacity product and CEMSCAN product lines. Most recently, Gary spent the last 10 years as Environmental Monitoring Manager at Tyco Environmental Systems and was responsible for managing the complete division including sales, marketing, service, parts, operations and testing. He also spent 6 years at the Emerson Rosemount Analytical Division serving as the Marketing and Sales Manager for the Process Analytical Division. Gary’s long list of achievements in the CEMS industry also includes inventing and engineering several patented processes and analysers. In addition to expanding the business for the TDL product line, he also serves as Business Development and Regional Sales Manager for Cemtek’s Midwest and International territory. Gary graduated from the State University of New York College at Buffalo in 1986 with a BS Degree in Industrial Technology
Business Development Manager / Midwest & International Regional Sales Manager / TDL Product Specialist
About CEMTEK KVB-Enertec
Industry Leaders in Emissions Monitoring for Compliance and Process Improvement for Nearly 50 Years!
CEMTEK KVB-Enertec™, Inc., (CKVBE) is a leading supplier of custom-engineered continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) and Data Acquisition Handling System (DAHS), and a provider of expert support for compliance and noncompliance applications. Our dynamic range of CEMS and DAHS products makes significant contributions to compliance and process improvement within the marketplace. The integration of industry-leading CEMS and DAHS under one roof gives our clients access to exceptional products, support, and response times.
Products and Services
CEMTEK KVB-Enertec™ (a division of CEMTEK Group) is a leading supplier of custom engineered Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) and provides support for compliance and non-compliance applications.
With a group of expert staff, whose CEMS experience spans over fifty years, we are well positioned to engineer and support CEMS for a wide range of applications and industries. We are a leading supplier of extractive, dilution and mercury CEMS, NetDAHS Edge, SEAL Controller, TDL and Fenceline Monitoring from single units to multiple complex units in cabinets and shelters.
With a combined 40,000 sq.ft. of production space in 4 states for CEMS and shelter assembly.
3041 South Orange Avenue
Santa Ana, California 92707