Welcome to Air Control Techniques, P.C.


Air Control Techniques, P.C. personnel have between 15 and 40 years of air emission testing and industrial air pollution control equipment expertise.

This unique combination is essential to solve the needs of our clients due to the interrelated nature of these two disciplines.

Photochemical Dioxin-Furan Control Systems


Innovative photochemical system to destroy dioxin-furans in industrial gas streams

 

Specialized Air Testing and Ambient Monitoring


 

Air Pollution Control Equipment Engineering


 
 
         

Recent News

Air Control Techniques, P.C. is working with the American Petroleum Institute and the National Council of Air and Stream Improvement on the development of a new emission test method for filterable PM2.5 emissions in saturated and/or droplet-laden stacks.  We have successfully completed Method 301 validation tests and are sending the test results to EPA for their review. 

This method will soon be available to provide accurate filterable PM2.5 emissions data in wet stacks and thereby avoid the bias to higher-than-true PM2.5 emissions that results by assuming that 100% of the filterable particulate matter measured in wet stacks is in the PM2.5 size range. 

A study conducted by Air Control Techniques, P.C. has contributed to EPA’s decision to retain the currently applicable coarse particulate matter National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
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EPA is reconsidering final rules for commercial and industrial boilers.

The Dry Impinger Method developed by Air Control Techniques, P.C. for condensable particulate matter emission testing has been adopted by EPA as revised Test Method 202.
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New PM4 crystalline silica emission factor data compiled by Air Control Techniques, P.C. are helping mining sources in California demonstrate compliance with the chronic exposure reference limit adopted in 2005 by the California Office of Environmental Health Hazards Assessment (OEHHA).
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