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I have been requested to move my post to the Energy Forum. Sorry if it is duplicated.

We have 2 continuous flue gas analysers installed on our stacks for 2 different power plants. They are of the make Seres (France). Since installations, the equipment does not seem reliable. Deviation of measurement, breakdowns. The manufacturer has just closed down.
We are measuring O2, CO, CO2, SOx, NO2, dust particulate matter. The equipment samples the flue gas from the stack through a pipe and the electronic device is found at ground level in a room. Except the dust particulate matter which is found on the stack itself.
Can you propose other equipment, make technology which is reliable with good after sales service to do such measurements? These measurements are very important as they must be submitted to the Ministry of Environment.
We are a tropical island where there are lightning during summer. The boilers use coal or sugar cane bagasse as fuel. Thks

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