As part of our tailored service we offer a site survey free of charge. This allows us to get to know the client and understand the assets onsite. 

This will quickly give us a snapshot as to how the plant room currently operates and identify if there are any existing equipment issues. From this, we can build a proposal highlighting where we can offer our support. 

Our team of dedicated Technical Sales Engineers & Combustion Experts can react quickly and attend site promptly.


The Emissions Calculator is a programme used by our engineers to scientifically calculate projected fuel savings, emissions reduction and future recommendations to optimise your burners. The calculator software displays existing and projected performance and also presents details on the payback period for the project cost using the calculated fuel savings. All this information is exported into an emissions report in PDF form for the site manager to review. 

Current readings are calculated by inputting emissions readings from the stack at low, mid and high firing rates with % usage for each. These readings are more representative of real operation.


Step 1
Enter Details about your site. These are used on the print out for record purposes.

Step 2 
Enter Units and Ambient Conditions. Data can be entered in either metric or imperial units. Ambient
pressure is assumed to be 1 atmosphere, i.e. sea level, and the figure entered here is a deviation from that. At high altitude you will enter a negative value. Ambient conditions are used to adjust the indicated volumes of gases which are calculated from weight.

Step 3
Enter details about your fuel. Fuel can vary in composition from different areas of supply. Default values have been entered based on Standard Specifications of Fuel Oils and Gas. The New Fuel button allows the user to input fuel data which is site specific. Maximum CO2 produced at Stoichiometric combustion is calculated from the fuel data.

Step 4
Enter details about your burner. Emissions are a function of the amount of fuel burnt not the capacity of the burner. We have therefore asked for the burner fuel consumption over a selectable period of time. The best results can be achieved by clocking the amount of fuel on a meter, whilst monitoring the exhaust gases and extrapolating the fuel usage to an hourly rate. Alternatively read your fuel bill and equate this to a period of
time. The burner rating tells you the maximum fuel that the burner is capable of inputting into the system during one hour, not the actual amount of fuel used.

Step 5
Enter details about your Current/Proposed Combustion Performance. All the white boxes are for entered data, grey boxes are calculated data. Either O2 or CO2 can be entered, the corresponding value will be calculated.