High performance analyser to be showcased at UK gas-to-grid event

Gas analysis technology manufacturer Geotech is to showcase an instrument optimised for the gas-to-grid space, BIOMETHANE 3000, at this year’s UK Biomethane Day on Wednesday 24 May.

As countries across the world look to renewable energy strategies and continue to apply gas-to-grid incentives, UK Biomethane Day is set to be a great chance for companies to get together, discuss ideas and best practice, says the firm.

Against this backdrop Geotech will unveil its latest product, specifically designed and optimised for gas-to-grid injection. Developed in conjunction with leading plant providers the BIOMETHANE 3000 has been designed for the biomethane gas analysis process delivering greater accuracy and confidence in gas quality.

Geotech spokesperson Graham Sanders said: “Our customers told us they needed a biomethane gas focused analyser that provided more accurate readings to higher levels of methane. This will help prevent expensive plant downtime and the cost of flaring off bad gas which adds huge costs to their operation.”

The solution is described as a market leading approach to monitoring CH4 and O2 range and accuracy. According to Geotech, it incorporates an easy “hotswap” gas monitoring module which means customers see “zero” downtime during service and maintenance. Also featured is the firm’s specially adapted unique infrared bench, which has been awarded UKAS 17025 accreditation and was first developed by Geotech over 25 years ago to provide what the company claims are unrivalled accuracy of readings for methane in biogas applications.

Sanders continues: “The BIOMETHANE 3000 has been specifically developed to provide our customers with the peace of mind that at first stage analysis they will have accurate readings around the 98% methane level and below the 1% oxygen level.”

The BIOMETHANE 3000 solution has been developed for customers worldwide and features multi lingual menus, product literature and local in-territory service and customer support.

The product will be demonstrated at UK Biomethane Day 2017 on 24 May at the National Motorcycle Museum. For more information about the Biomethane 3000 visit www.geotechuk.com.

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