Parker Kittiwake Procal eyes expansion with new analyser deal

Parker Kittiwake Procal, a supplier of continuous emissions monitoring (CEM) analysers, has appointed Score Subsea and Wellhead (SSWL) as an official systems integrator.

The deal allows Procal – which is part of the Parker Hannifin Corporation – to expand its existing international distribution and service capability.

Procal’s analysers have the ability to monitor gases from the combustion of residual and distillate fuels such as SO2, CO2 and NOx.

The new agreement covers the installation of new equipment as well as the servicing and recalibration of existing analysers. 

Score Subsea and Wellhead has purpose-built facilities to accommodate, service and test all equipment at its base in Peterhead, Scotland.

Chris Daw of Procal said: “As global environmental regulation becomes increasingly stringent and widespread, both at sea and on land, the need for technologies such as CEMS analysers to provide an efficient compliance solution has increased.

He added that through the agreement with Score Subsea and Wellhead, Procal could “ensure we provide local expertise, 24/7 support and fully certified mechanical and digital technicians who can monitor, install, or recalibrate our full suite of products”.

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