Monitoring Ammonia

Ammonia emissions are causing various problems in different countries around the world. The basic sources that can cause ammonia emissions include agriculture, livestock and industrial methane discharge. Similarly the methane emissions are those emissions that are made by natural gas sources. There are few natural sources that are causing methane emissions as well. Generally termites and permasoft of oceans are considered natural sources of methane emission in the environment. Both ammonia and methane emissions are believed to be the major causes of different environmental changes. To monitor ammonia emissions, certain types of equipment are being used in different parts of the world. With the help of Ammonia monitoring (nh3 monitoring) equipment we can easily check the concentration of emissions made by ammonia. This gas monitoring equipment also enables us to check the effects of ammonia on the environment.

Hello, I have a question: does all gas monitoring equipment target both ammonia monitoring and NH3 monitoring?
Posted by: Yuri Ls | January 28, 2013, 1:15 pm
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