Industrial Air Quality Monitoring (AQM)

Trojan Safety’s Air Quality Monitoring (AQM) Division is committed to a solution-based consultative approach. We are experts in permit compliance air quality monitoring, odour complaint response, spill response and gas detection services. Trojan offers several solutions to the ambient air monitoring needs of your industrial operations.

Units are ideal for air quality control measures including investigating odour complaints, process upsets or whenever foreign thresholds are present. AQM units are often utilized as a communication link with the public during project activities.

For more information on our air monitoring services, please contact our local branch office.

Mobile AQM Unit

Unit Overview:

  • Self-contained AWD/4×4 vehicle
  • Highly sensitive multiple gas detection analyzers for H2S, TRS, SO2, CH4, Non-Methane (volatile organic compounds) Hydrocarbons, and Total Hydrocarbons
  • Air quality data acquisition systems
  • Computer-based logging with backup power
  • Meteorological sensors and GPS equipped
  • Daily generated reports
  • Real-time air quality data available via secure website interface
  • Radio, cellular and satellite capabilities
  • Unit can be mobile or stationary

Designed for Regulatory Compliance monitoring including:

  • Directive 60 and AMD 2016 in Alberta
  • Continuous monitoring of facility air emissions and air quality parameters
  • Industrial Emergency Response Plan (ERP) monitoring
  • Odour monitoring

Fixed / Portable Air Quality Monitoring Sensors

Unit Overview:

  • Self-contained ambient air quality monitoring units
  • Powered by shoreline power or solar
  • Monitoring capabilities for:
    • Gases including; H2S, SO2, NO, NO2, O3, CO, VOCs
    • Valid data of meteorological parameters including wind speed, wind direction, temperature, relative humidity, barometric pressure
    • Particulate Matter (PM1.0, 2.5, 10)
    • Noise Levels
    • Dust and Air Pollutants Monitoring
    • Facility Indoor Air Quality Assessment
  • Towers can be raised from 10 to 70 feet – outfitted with ground level and upper level wind systems for accurate plume tracking
  • On board air quality data logging capability, remote data acquisition and website data streaming options

The ambient air quality monitoring system is ideal for early detection, alarm systems, and public health and safety monitoring concerns.

Designed for calculating time-weighted averages for occupational health and safety purposes, and permit compliance.

Meets Directive 60 Air Quality and Meteorological Monitoring requirements.

Infrared (IR) Gas Monitoring

Unit Overview:

Infrared Camera Services for the upstream petroleum and gas industry provide a large range of applications for facilities, pipelines, compressor stations, wellheads and other gas-prone areas.

The GasFindIR camera uses several filters to tune it to a specific wavelength. In this spectrum, many of the common gases we encounter in the industry become opaque to infrared energy; this allows us to see the gas cloud moving, because of the energy differential between the gas and the background. Giving us the ability to pinpoint a very small leak, as well as diagnose faulty or worn components. Using this technology, we can scan a potentially hazardous area before entry, ensuring operator and employee safety.

Air Quality Station Builds, Maintenance, Calibration and In-House Auditing

“From the ground up”, our AQM team has extensive experience in industrial air quality monitoring services including the construction, maintenance, retrofitting and management of compliance and ambient air quality monitoring stations:

  • Designing, building, repairing or retrofitting local air quality monitoring stations
  • Maintenance services including instrument repairs, troubleshooting, installations and calibration services
  •  Ensure operations meet regulatory requirements during government audits

3 Locations Servicing Western Canada

With locations in:
Fort St. John
, Grande Prairie, and Sylvan Lake, Trojan Safety’s industrial safety experts are set up to respond quickly to your safety certification and training needs throughout Western Canada.

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