CEMPact has been designed to operate in parallel with a Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS) to provide an estimate of the ground level gas concentrations resulting from the release of exhaust gases from one or more stationary sources(chimneys) at a particular location. CEMPact calculates the mass emission(kg/hr) from the raw emissions data, & then uses the wind speed & direction, ambient temperature, stability class, stack gas temperature etc, to calculate the predicted pollution levels over a selected area. Emission & meteorological data may be accessed over the site network or from a CEMS such as CEMSuite directly

Key Features include:
Operates in parallel with existing emission monitoring system
Predicts plume in real-time and historically (selected using simple mouse operations
Automatically updates the prediction from the latest data available
Manages calls of ‘incidences’ and plots these straight onto the dispersion prediction
Summarises and graphs meteorological data and plume trajectory
Trajectory of buoyant plumes assessed according to Brigs estimate for plume rise
Plume dispersion estimated using Gaussian model treatment in horizontal and in vertical for stable atmospheres
3 dimensional local terrain mapping


CEMSuite is our core product and provides the solution for CEMS data logging and reporting

CEMSuite +

CEMSuite + includes our QAL3 assessment software (BS EN 14181) and the EA-designed reporting for WID.

CEMSuite Power

CEMSuite Power provides advanced reporting solutions for sites coming under the LCP Directive