Emissions, bioenergy, and resources
We offer a range of services within emissions, bioenergy and resources to ensure that your product or plant meet the existing legal and documentation requirements.
- Air emission measurements
- Air quality in working environments and outdoor air
- Climate and CO2 documentation
- Consultancy and investigations in bioenergy
- Consultancy to decision makers within bioenergy
- Efficient energy management
- Energy optimisation and consultancy
Transmission and distribution of hydrogen – part of Power-to-X
Testing, analysis and counselling on materials, equipment and constructions, in relation to transport of hydrogen in the gas grid, as part of the development of Power-to-X.
Webinar video about flue gas and CFD
Learn about how to improve the efficiency og flue gas cleaning solutions
Sustainable ferry transport
Factual proof of low particle emission from ForSea’s ferry helps ForSea rise to a better environmental class.
Knowledge about odour standards at DAKA
Keeping pace with the legislation on odour measurements helps DAKA assert compliance with the limits
European Biomass CHP in Practice
Efficient use of solid biomass, biogas, waste and landfill gas for combined heat and power (CHP) production.
The entire testing package was sent to FORCE Technology for technical approval
Instrumatic A / S wanted to expand this business to include measurement of emissions from ships but lacked a technical certification, FORCE Technology helped.
With FORCE Technology's calibration certificates, the measurement system is "plug and play"
Explicit produces sensor systems for measuring emissions from ships. The systems have been developed in collaboration with FORCE Technology, and with the calibration certificates from FORCE, the emission measurement system is an easy case for the authorities to approve.
Standards — a key prerequisite
Knowledge of standards, their interpretation, and their use is at the core of all testing and consultancy services.
Sensors and monitoring for the ambient air of the future
Microsensors will monitor the ambient air of the future.