Manual Stack Sampling Train (MST)


Manual Stack Train

Overview

Westech Scientific Instruments (Westech) provides a complete range of Manual Stack Trains for isokinetic and gas sampling of emissions to determine all major emitted pollutants.

The standard equipment is modified to meet all current European legislation and requirements and will still comply with existing USEPA methods.

A complete range of Standard Reference Methods can be covered including those for particulate, dioxins, metals, criteria gaseous pollutants, halides and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

Technical Specs

  • CE Marking Modified
  • Choice of 110V, 220V, Metric & Imperial
  • Lightweight Polycarbonate Meter Box Console & Pump Cases
  • Lightweight Heated Filter Box & Impinger Ice Bath
  • High Wattage Output Heaters for Probe & Heated Filter Box
  • Full Compatibility with previously supplied Westech systems
  • CEN/ISO Nozzles & In-Stack Filter Holders
  • Full Range of Probes, Options & Accessories

Accessories include:-

  • Dioxin & Metal Kits
  • A comprehensive range of probes in various materials
  • Additional Glassware
  • Special Modifications
  • Sample Recovery Equipment
  • Electronic Stack Calculators
  • Profile Velocity Data Logger for Ave. Stack Velocity

Sampling for Dioxins

Overview

Westech’s standard Manual Sampling Train (MST) can be modified for the sampling of dioxins and furans by using the Dioxin Sampling accessory kit. The modified stack sampling system is configured to comply with the methodologies defined in the European Standard – EN 1948, and USEPA Method 23.

Probe liners and nozzles will often need changing to ensure compliance with the materials requirements of the standards and are available in glass, quartz and titanium which will cover most applications.


Sampling for Heavy metals

Overview

Westech’s standard Manual Sampling Train (MST) can be modified for the sampling of heavy metals by using the Trace Metals Sampling accessory kit. The modified stack sampling system is configured to comply with the methodologies defined in the European Standard – EN14385, and USEPA Method 29. This method can also be used for Mercury under the new mercury regulations specified by the USEPA.

Probe liners and nozzles will often need changing to ensure compliance with the materials requirements of the standards and are available in glass, quartz and titanium which will cover most applications.