2018, October 03d.

KEMEK Engineering taking part in system integration in port of Ventspils

Venspils port is the largest of Latvia in terms of cargo handling and is one of Europe’s 20 most important ports for transporting a wide variety of cargoes, such as petroleum products, crude oil, various liquid chemicals, mineral fertilizers, various metals, wood products, coal, grain and juice concentrates.

As the free port is located in the immediate vicinity of the city of Ventspils, strong chemical odours are drawn into the city on some days during transport and transshipment. This was the reason for long disputes between those responsible for the free port and the inhabitants of Ventspils. They were now able to agree that the port operators will trace the origin of these smells by instaling Lufft ultrasonic wind sensors and, if they actually arise during transshipment at the free port, find a way to lead them in a different direction.

To record the strength and direction of the coastal winds, KEMEK Engineering, SIA prepared the switch cabinets so that the data from the VENTUS ultrasonic wind sensors could be read out and sent safely to the specified IP address. The company set up nine control cabinet systems and tested them. It also took care of installing them together with digital systems to detect scents in the port of Ventspils. The system transmits the measurement data directly to the customer’s website. All nine VENTUS were installed at the beginning of the year and integrated into the monitoring system. Since then, they have been running perfectly and providing plausible data.

2018, October 02d.

The new kilogram definition coming soon

What is a kilogram?

The SI unit of mass, the kilogram (kg), is defined as being equal to the mass of the international prototype of the kilogram, the IPK. The origins of the kilogram date from 1799, when a cylinder of pure platinum was manufactured to have the same mass as one cubic decimetre (equivalent to a litre in today’s terms) of water at 4 ºC. Read more

KEMEK exhibition automation marking packaging colour measurement
2018, September 10d.

KEMEK Engineering at RIGA FOOD 2018 expo

KEMEK Engineering participated in the internation food industry exhibition “Riga Food 2018” which took place on September 6-8, 2018 in Riga, Latvia.  Read more

Laser-3-Plus-Servomex duju analizatorius
2017, February 22d.


Servomex, the world leader in gas analysis, has launched the SERVOTOUGH Laser 3 Plus range, the world’s smallest cross-stack Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) gas analyzers which can be specifically optimized for combustion, ammonia slip and process control applications.

The new Combustion version is the latest addition to the range and can be optimized for O2, CO, or for a combination of CO and CH4 measurements. The Combustion CO and Combustion CO+CH4 models are a must for safety and control applications in gas-fired, oil-fired and coal-fired processes. They can monitor CO in flue gas to trim oxygen levels and optimize combustion efficiency and safety. The CO+CH4 version will also monitor light-off and running conditions to maximize safety.

The Combustion O2 version is optimized to measure oxygen in flue gas to control oxygen levels and optimize combustion efficiency. Uniquely, it uses up to two absorbance lines to measure oxygen from ambient to 1500oC, utilizing air or nitrogen purge gases.

The Process O2 and CO versions monitor oxygen and carbon monoxide in processes where such monitoring is vital for the safe, efficient and reliable running of the process, and is essential for safety applications. Using Servomex’s own cuvette line lock technology, it offers the most reliable solution for safety applications.

Working in gas-fired, oil-fired and coal-fired processes, the emissions control Laser 3 Plus monitors ammonia slip in catalytic or non-catalytic NOX reduction systems, and is a must for low measurement ppm applications.

All versions offer the benefits of fast response times, simple installation, low maintenance, annual verification, no contact with the process and average measurement across the process.

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