Industrial waste gas detection includes organic waste gas and inorganic waste gas. Organic waste gas mainly includes various hydrocarbons, alcohols, aldehydes, acids, ketones and amines, etc .; inorganic waste gas mainly includes sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, carbon oxides, halogens and their compounds. Industrial waste gas has different treatment methods according to its exhaust volume, temperature, concentration, and its chemical and physical properties
Industrial waste gas is an important source of atmospheric pollutants. The discharge of a large amount of industrial waste gas into the atmosphere will inevitably reduce the quality of the atmospheric environment, cause serious harm to human health, and cause huge losses to the national economy. After harmful substances in industrial exhaust gas enter the human body through the respiratory tract and skin, they can cause temporary and permanent lesions to the respiratory, blood, liver and other systems and organs, especially benzopyrene polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons can directly cause cancer to the human body and cause Humans attach great importance.
(1) The harmful effects of industrial waste gas on the human body are manifold. The most important manifestations are respiratory diseases and physiological dysfunctions, and irritation of the mucous membrane tissues such as eyes and nose.
(2) The harm of industrial exhaust gas to plants. When the concentration of exhaust gas pollutants is very high, it will cause acute damage to plants, cause scars on the leaves of plants, or cause leaves to wither and fall off directly; when the concentration of pollutants is not high, Plants cause chronic damage, causing plant leaves to fade green, or no harmful symptoms visible on the surface, but the physiological functions of the plant have been affected, resulting in a decline in plant yield and deterioration in quality. Severe air pollution can lead to poor growth and development of people, animals and plants due to lack of sunlight.
Industrial waste gas detection refers to the general term for the detection of various pollutant-containing gases that are emitted into the air during the fuel combustion and production processes in the factory area.