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navid Dec 13, 2016 08:05 AM
Hello dear ...

Thank you for your time and help. I am a technical man of installing the products of continues emission monitoring systems. In one of my project, I have used an extractive gas analyzer system for sampling SO2, O2 and NOx from the exhaust boilers of a power plant. The length of utilized heated line is approximately 65m and because of difficulty I must pass a part of the heated line (32 m of ot) from under the ground. Is this work "Passing the heated line from under the ground" is allowable according to your standard conditions or I should use another way?
I am waiting to hear from you.

Thank you in advance again.
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EEA Dec 13, 2016 01:01 PM
Sorry, we can’t help with this.
We don’t have any competencies on CEM systems or whether you follow the relevant rules/guidance for installation. We would suggest in the first instance to contact the appropriate local authority in charge of permitting the power plant.