January's One Page Tip

Published Feb 06, 2020


January's One Page Tip discusses span and range evaluations for your analyzers.

Periodic reviewing of key data points and other topics are not only required, but are a good business practice.

Over time, the emission levels at many facilities have declined due to pressure on reducing the plants overall emissions. Periodic reviews of historically recorded and measured data are a good idea and a smart business practice to keep your monitoring systems in alignment with the emission characteristics of your emissions.

The Maximum Potential Concentration (MPC), Maximum Expected Concentration (MEC), and the Maximum Potential Flow (MPF) data sets are used to set the span and range of their respective measurement systems. Finally, these values are part of the Monitoring Plan records and are used as a missing data replacement value under specific missing data situations. For this reason alone, these values and the associated span and range settings need to be kept up-to-date. 

View January's OPT Here!