DG Emission Monitoring

DG Sets are one of the leading man-made sources of Particulate Matter (PM) 2.5 and 10. The emission from these Diesel generators has increased the pollution levels across companies which use them majorly.

Find out whether your DG set emission is within the permissible level.

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Clear emission standards for Diesel Generator sets are mentioned by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) for both below and above 0.8 MW of engine rating. Several Parameters need to be tested for NOX, Sulphur Content, CO, etc.

The Environment (Protection) Third Amendment Rules, 2013 has set the Emission limits for all new diesel engines up to 800 kW for Generator Set (Genset) Application.

[Applicable and effective from 1st July 2014]

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The Test Equipment, setup, and all other procedural and technical details have to be as per the following standards, except when mentioned specifically :

Reciprocating internal combustion engines – Exhaust emission measurement

Part 1: Testbed measurement of gaseous and particulate exhaust emissions

Reciprocating internal combustion engines – Exhaust emission measurement

Part 3 – Definitions & methods of measurement of exhaust gas smoke under steady state conditions
The smoke shall be measured at all specified mode points of the test cycle.

With the rising electricity cuts, the use of diesel generators is on a rise in companies across the nation, especially in IT companies, where a continuous supply of electricity is needed. However, the emission causes serious pollution problems around the premise, harming the environment further. So DG Emission Monitoring is important these days to avoid pollution.

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