Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a central heat-trapping gas, or greenhouse gas, that comes from the gathering, producing, and burning of fossil fuels (such as coal, oil, and natural gas), wildfires, and environmental processes like volcanic eruptions. Thermal mass flow meters are ideal for measuring carbon dioxide and methane to comply with greenhouse gas protocols.

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Measure Carbon Dioxide for Greenhouse Gas Protocols

Thermal Mass Flow Meters are frequently used to comply with greenhouse gas protocols because they measure the flow rate of carbon dioxide and methane mixes at landfills (typically 50% CH4/ 50% CO2), as well as digester gas and biogas (usually 65% CH4/ 35% CO2).

Also, flare gas is primarily carbon dioxide and needs to be measured. Thermal mass flow meter applications for carbon dioxide flow rate and consumption are typical in the petrochemical, cement, pulp, paper, and steel industries.

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