Cemtek Environmental to supply Emissions Monitoring Systems for Cement Plant

SANTA ANA, California – Nov. 24, 2014 — Cemtek Environmental, a technology leader in Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) today, announced that it received an order valued at more than $840,000 for multiple CEMS for installation at Capitol Aggregates’ cement plant in San Antonio, Texas. CEMS are engineered to meet unique conditions when monitoring cement facilities emissions.

Custom CEMS installation by Cemtek (image 1)
Custom CEMS installation by Cemtek

In selecting Cemtek as the new CEMS supplier, Capitol Aggregates emphasized the importance of partnering with a full service CEMS provider, such as Cemtek, with experience to handle a project of this nature, and a keen emphasis on compliance with federal and state rules and regulations.

Gary Cacciatore of Cemtek Environmental acknowledges the customer’s desire for a smooth installation process from start to completion and certification.

Cemtek’s custom designed emissions monitoring systems are fully compliant with all federal and state regulations and will provide years of proven, trouble-free performance while keeping down long term costs of ownership through reduced maintenance time and cost.

Cemtek’s custom CEMS package includes gas analyzers for NOx, CO, O2, HCl, THC and NH3 along with EPA compliant data acquisition software. Using the latest in analytical technology, coupled with superior engineering and project management, Cemtek has again proven its ability to maintain its position as the top CEMS supplier in the industry.


Cemtek Environmental is a division of Cemtek Group and provides a single source for cost effective Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) design, integration and field services. All phases of air monitoring and reporting requirements are provided using our network of highly skilled field service technicians, CEMS specialists, Engineers and extensive CEMS design experience, measuring NO, NO2, NOx, SO2, CO, CO2, HCl, NH3, THC, H2S and many other gasses.

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