The chemical industry is one of the most diverse and regulated industries.  It is of central importance for the modern global economy. Chemical manufacturing transforms organic and inorganic raw materials. The chemical industry must ensure all materials, processes, and products meet standards and legislation.

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    Chemical manufacturers monitor wastewater to ensure that their operations do not have an adverse impact on the environment and to comply with environmental regulations. Wastewater monitoring is essential for several reasons. It is crucial for environmental protection as chemical manufacturing processes often involve the use of hazardous chemicals, which can contaminate water if not appropriately managed. 

    Contaminated wastewater can pose a risk to public health if it is not properly treated. By monitoring wastewater, chemical manufacturers can ensure that the water discharged from their facilities is safe for the environment and public health.  Our LAR™ TOC water analyzer is often used to monitor the efficiency of wastewater treatment processes in chemical manufacturing facilities. By measuring the TOC levels in the wastewater before and after treatment, the manufacturer can ensure that the treatment process is effective in removing organic contaminants.


    Our gas analyzers are commonly used in chemical manufacturing for process control. These analyzers are used to monitor the composition of gases at various points in the manufacturing process and provide critical information for maintaining optimal operating conditions and quality control.  For example, some gas analyzers use infrared spectroscopy to measure the absorption of light by different gases, while others use mass spectrometry to measure the mass-to-charge ratio of gas ions.

    In chemical manufacturing, our gas analyzers can be used in various applications, such as monitoring the purity of raw materials, controlling the composition of process streams, detecting impurities in final products, and ensuring compliance with environmental regulations.


    Oxygen monitors are important instruments for the chemical industry because they are used to measure the concentration of oxygen in various processes and environments. Oxygen is a critical component in many chemical processes, and monitoring its concentration is essential to ensure safety, quality, and efficiency in the chemical industry.

    Our ALPHA OMEGA INSTRUMENTS™ oxygen analyzers are used in a variety of applications in the chemical industry. For example, they can be used to monitor oxygen levels in chemical reactors, where oxygen is used as a reactant or to support chemical reactions. By measuring oxygen concentrations in real-time, oxygen monitors can help to optimize chemical reactions and ensure product quality.


    Gas analyzers play a crucial role in quality control for chemical manufacturing by providing accurate measurements of gas concentrations at various stages of the production process. They are essential for several reasons. Firstly, they provide accurate and precise measurements of gas concentrations in real-time, enabling quick identification and correction of any deviations from the desired specifications. Additionally, they can help optimize the manufacturing process by monitoring critical gas concentrations, such as oxygen, carbon dioxide, or nitrogen, and adjusting process parameters to maintain optimal levels.

    Our TIGER OPTICS™ CRDS gas analyzers and EXTREL™ quadrupole mass spectrometers are advanced gas analyzers and can be used for quality control in chemical manufacturing. 


    Impurities can pose a significant safety hazard to workers and the environment. For instance, impurities in pharmaceuticals can cause serious health risks to patients, and impurities in chemicals can cause explosions, fires, or other accidents.  Also impurities can impact the quality of the final product, leading to inconsistencies or defects. Therefore, monitoring impurities can help ensure that the product meets the desired specifications. Monitoring impurities in chemical manufacturing is essential for ensuring safety, quality control, regulatory compliance, and cost-effectiveness.

    Our TIGER OPTICS™ CRDS gas analyzers and EXTREL™ quadrupole mass spectrometers are both powerful tools for detecting impurities in chemical manufacturing.


    Flare gas monitoring is essential for various reasons. Firstly, it ensures environmental compliance in chemical plants and oil refineries. Flares are used to burn off excess gases that cannot be recovered or reused, but they also release emissions like greenhouse gases, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and other pollutants.

    Our EXTREL™ Quadrupole Mass Spectrometers and COSA XENTAUR™ BTU Wobbe Calorimeters can also be used to monitor flare gas emissions in chemical manufacturing processes. In this context, both may be used to monitor the flare gas emissions from processes such as steam cracking, flaring of off-spec products, and other processes.

    Another solution is our ATOM INSTRUMENT™ FGA-1000™ analyzer is designed to monitor flare gas emissions in chemical manufacturing.  It can detect both organic and inorganic compounds, making it a versatile tool for monitoring flare gas emissions.


    It is essential to use gas analyzers on steam reformers in chemical manufacturing because these analyzers can provide critical information about the process and help ensure that it is operating safely and efficiently. Steam reformers are used in the production of hydrogen, ammonia, methanol, and other chemicals, and they rely on a complex series of chemical reactions that require precise control of temperature, pressure, and reactant concentrations.

    Our gas analyzers can provide real-time measurements of key process parameters such as gas composition, temperature, and pressure. This information can be used to adjust process conditions and maintain optimal operating conditions. For example, if the concentration of a particular reactant is too low, the analyzer can signal the need to increase the flow rate of that reactant. If the temperature in the reactor is too high, the analyzer can signal the need to adjust the burner or cooling systems.


    Fuel gas monitoring is a critical aspect of chemical manufacturing, with several benefits associated with it. Firstly, fuel gas is a combustible material that can pose a significant safety risk if not properly monitored. Accidents such as fires and explosions can occur if the gas is not being used safely. By monitoring fuel gas usage, manufacturers can ensure that potential issues are identified promptly, and corrective action is taken.

    Our TIGER OPTICS™ CRDS gas analyzers can detect the concentrations in real-time, providing accurate and reliable data to chemical manufacturers.  By monitoring the concentrations of these gases, chemical manufacturers can optimize their processes to ensure that fuel gas is being used efficiently, minimize emissions, and reduce the risk of safety incidents.

    Our EXTREL™ MAX300-RTG™ 2.0 is a industrial gas analyzer that utilizes quadrupole mass spectrometry technology to measure gas concentrations in real-time. This analyzer can monitor fuel gas in chemical manufacturing by detecting and quantifying the concentrations of various gases in the fuel gas stream. 


    Discharging wastewater that does not meet regulatory standards can result in fines and penalties. Therefore, monitoring wastewater quality is necessary to ensure regulatory compliance and avoid these costs. Lastly, monitoring and managing wastewater can demonstrate the manufacturer’s commitment to protecting the environment and public health, which can help to maintain a positive public image and build customer loyalty, leading to increased sales and revenue over the long term.

    Our LAR™ TOC COD BOD water analyzers use various methods to monitor wastewater for chemical manufacturing.   The BioMonitor™ is a device used for monitoring wastewater by measuring the organic load of the wastewater. The device is based on a respirometry method, which measures the consumption of dissolved oxygen by microorganisms in the wastewater.  


    Pure water is a crucial component in chemical manufacturing processes and is monitored for various reasons. One reason for monitoring is process control. Pure water is commonly used as a solvent, reagent, or cleaning agent in chemical reactions. Thus, it’s essential to monitor its purity to ensure the reactions proceed as expected, and the final product meets the desired quality specifications. 

    Our LAR™ TOC water analyzers are designed to monitor pure water for chemical manufacturing.  Our TOC water analyzers can monitor pure water in chemical manufacturing. Total Organic Carbon (TOC) is a measure of the amount of organic carbon present in water, and our TOC water analyzers are designed to measure TOC levels in a variety of water samples, including pure water. By measuring the TOC levels in pure water, our TOC water analyzers can provide important information about the purity of the water and the effectiveness of the manufacturing process. 


    New regulations on flare emissions require oil refineries and chemical plants to analyze the vent gas and quickly make appropriate adjustments as mandated. You need a complete analysis for compliance with regulations such as EMACT, MONMACT, RSR, Subpart Ja, Ontario Reg. 530/18, Korean Facility Management Standards to Reduce Fugitive Emissions, and HRVOC rules. 

    In the United States, the regulation of flare gas emissions is overseen by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Clean Air Act. The EPA has established National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) that regulate flare gas emissions from various industries, including petroleum refineries, chemical manufacturing, and natural gas processing.

    In Europe, the regulation of flare gas emissions is overseen by the European Union (EU) under the Industrial Emissions Directive (IED). The IED sets out requirements for the monitoring and reporting of emissions from various industries, including oil and gas production, refining, and chemical manufacturing.

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