This class is being rescheduled for November.

Engine Emissions Stack Testing & Analyzer


Event Summary

With current regulations changing or new regulations proposed, working in air emissions can be overwhelming. This virtual workshop provides attendees an overview of regulations (current and proposed), catalyst basics, emission calculations and utilization of portable analyzers to allow the industry to meet or exceed regulatory requirements.

All of these elements combined throughout the workshop will create an experience that is applicable to the day-to-day work for those that perform engine emission test-ing and regulatory compliance for air permits.

Attendees with receive 14 Professional Development Hours upon completing this course.

Learning Objectives

The goals of this workshop include:

  • Overall understanding of engine emission stack testing and the importance in relation to air permit compliance
  • Overview of different state requirements and how they differ from federal compliance requirements.
  • Catalyst basics overview and an understanding of how catalysts work and practical application of catalysts.
  • Hands on experience for evaluating engine emissions data to determine effective engine balancing techniques to achieve optimum performance for various engine types.
  • Performing engine emission calculations to better understand engine performance and its relationship to engine emissions.
  • Overview of multiple portable analyzers available in the industry and utilization of each type
  • Current and proposed air regulations from both the federal and state perspective and how they currently or might affect field operations of engines.

The topics of this workshop include:

  • Introduction to Engine Testing
  • Regulatory Update
  • Emission Test Planning, Permitting & Performing
  • Emission Data Interpretation
  • Catalyst 101

Who Should Attend

  • Field operations technicians responsible for performing engine emissions testing.
  • Field support engineering and technical staff responsible for calculating and determining optimum engine air to fuel ratios for efficient engine run performance.
  • Environmental and engineering office support personnel responsible for air permit regulatory compliance for stack testing and engine emissions.


Meet the Instructors

Manny Angulo

Senior Engineer, The Williams Companies

Manny, Senior Engineer — has worked within the petrochemical industry since his 1988 graduation from Michigan Technological University with a BSME. He has worked for pipelines (Panhandle Eastern, El Paso and Williams), analyzer manufacturers (Liberty Technologies and Dynalco), and engineering consultants (BETA Machinery Analysis and CECO). During this time, he performed engineering testing, completed contract analysis, supported analysis programs, and trained personnel at all organizational levels.
Over the years, he developed an improved single set of equations that model both horsepower and flow through a reciprocating compressor, assisted in the implementation and on-going support of organizational wide analysis programs, standardized engine and compressor analysis procedures throughout the industry, and improved economic calculations utilized in engine and compressor analysis.
Manny loves transferring knowledge to personnel throughout the industry on technical topics. His varied experience allows him to instruct a wide range of audiences with simple easy to understand explanations. His specialties: Technical training on pipeline compressor stations operations and maintenance, Engineering testing of engines and compressors, Engine and compressor performance analysis.

Tom Graham

Air Hygiene

Thomas K. Graham, PE, QSTI, started work at Air Hygiene International, Inc. in January 2001 after completing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from Oklahoma State University in 1995 and 1997, respectively. In the interim Tom worked for Burns and McDonnell in Kansas City, Missouri, as part of their Waste Management group specializing in landfill design, economic studies, and writing spill prevention, control, and countermeasure plans.

While at Burns and McDonnell, Tom obtained his Professional Engineering li-cense, which he keeps current in Missouri and Oklahoma. While employed at Air Hygiene, Tom has worked under several different job titles, beginning as a Test Engineer and eventually being promoted to Director of Operations. Tom held the Director of Operations position for several years where he was responsible for the day-to-day scheduling of Air Hygiene’s Operations personnel and workload.

In 2012, Tom stepped into a new role as the Director of Education for Air Hygiene University (AHU). AHU’s primary directive is to train Air Hygiene’s staff and Clients to be safe, effective, and efficient in the art of air emissions testing.

Craig McKim

Gas and Particle Market Manager, Testo North America

Craig McKim is the Gas and Particle Market Manager for Testo North America, located in Sparta, New Jersey. He holds a BS degree from Edinboro University and has been working with testing and test instrumentation for over 30 years. Mr. McKim began his professional career testing physical and chemical parameters of core sample from oil and gas fields around the world. He then moved on to testing and evaluations associated with environmental assessments and site cleanups and remediation. For the last 20 years, Mr. McKim has been leading Testo’s emissions, combustion, and particle product lines in the US and Canada.

Testo manufactures a wide variety of portable and stationary products that measure exhaust and stack emissions, temperature, pressure, humidity, flow and velocity. Testo serves a variety of markets including, oil and gas transmission, industrial power generation, combustion and emission testing markets, heating ventilation and air conditioning, pharmaceuticals and health, food processing and transport.

Forrest St. Clair

ECOM America, Ltd.

Forrest began his career at ECOM USA in 2015. Previously he attended The University of Houston for a degree in Marketing. Since then, he has attended and completed over 100 hours in training on instrumentation. Forrest began working in the oil and gas industry in 1999. During this time period he focused on sales and support for numerous instrumentation products that included gas detectors, transmitters, and analyzing solutions of various types. Forrest’s role has transitioned from sales and service, to include training individuals and companies on use of portable emissions analyzers.

His primary objective is to educate and promote ECOM’s line of portable emissions analyzers, which are fast, accurate, and painless to operate.


From CST


Registration Information
Member $645
Non-Member $745

3% fee applied if paying by a credit card

Who can attend?

SGA Cancellation Policy "C"

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