Friday, November 25, 2022
Gas monitor

Sponsored content: Visualising the invisible – Umicore shines a light on gas sensors at...

Many industries operate in hazardous environments. From oil and gas mining, refineries, and utilities, to food production, shipping and construction, exposure to harmful gases is common and there is a host of reasons for wanting to monitor colourless gases, as Umicore writes.

SPONSORED CONTENT: Gas detection growth

OBW Technologies says it continues to stimulate growth and innovation while solidifying itself as a market leader in gas detection.

SPONSORED CONTENT: High flow pump incorporates the latest technology

The Vortex3 is the most innovative high flow pump on the market, designed to simplify asbestos and air sampling. The high flow pump offers a flow accuracy better than +/-5%, ensuring consultants, contractors and specialists have confidence in results.

SPONSORED CONTENT: Continuous mercury monitoring has edge on periodic sampling

The latest changes to the WI BATC document came in December 2019. This document describes the abatement techniques and associated emission levels (BAT-AELs) for waste-to-energy plants, as monitoring expert Gasmet explains.

Publicly accessible, hyper-local air quality sensor network launches in Camden

A seemingly ground-breaking street-level, real-time air quality sensor network has launched in Camden, presented by air quality specialist AirScape as a bid "to fundamentally...

Customisable air pollution alerts now available for monitor series

Air quality specialist EarthSense released live ambient air pollution alerting capabilities to its MyAir® web application on 25 May, "enabling prompt action against thresholds...

Sponsored Content: Ten years of innovation and leadership

AQ Mesh has been commercially available since 2012 and the firm says it the most proven and relied-upon small sensor system on the market.

Sponsored Content: Advances in optical gas imaging make leak detection

Safety must be a core value of any operation dealing with potentially hazardous gases.

Smart, affordable monitor

Instrument firm Oizom has launched an industrial-grade, single-parameter air quality monitor - AQBot - capable of measuring a range of gases in addition to particulate matter.

Camera-based study reveals methane leaks far worse than expected in New Mexico region

The amount of methane leaking from a huge US oil- and gas-producing region is several times greater than federal government estimates, according to...

Rush to clean energy prompts demand for ammonia analysers

The global stampede to develop clean energy sources has prompted a demand for ammonia analysers from the developers of engines that will be capable...
Amager Bakke waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen

New heights for CCS

Danish researchers say they have demonstrated that it is possible to remove most of the carbon dioxide (CO2) from the emissions of a waste incinerator. By demonstrating the viability of the process, a key technology in the fight against climate change is surely awaiting deployment, they suggest. A pilot plant has been operational in Copenhagen for several months and a novel gas monitoring technology has been used to optimize the efficiency of the plant. Instrumentation firm Vaisala writes.
Pipes

Why digitalise the gas grid?

Because it will be essential to meet emerging targets of performance optimisation and safety. Adam Kingdon, chief executive of Utonomy explains.
OBW Technologies new website

New e-commerce website

OBW Technologies, a leading provider of portable and fixed gas detection instruments and solutions in Ireland and the UK, has just launched an e-commerce website.
Casella Guardian2

The solution for multi-agent site monitoring

Casella continues to demonstrate its commitment to helping its customers reduce environmental risks from large construction projects with the Guardian2.
FLIR G77 sensor image

Vapour made visible

Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) Cameras utilize infrared sensors to detect and visualize methane, sulphur hexafluoride, and hundreds of other industrial gases, which appear as plumes of smoke in a thermal image or video.

CH4nge is in the air? Comparing laser and FID for landfill emissions monitoring

The accurate and effective monitoring of surface methane emissions levels is critical to the safe operation of landfill and waste management sites. However, methane...

AQMesh pods measure volcanic emissions

Five AQMesh air quality monitoring pods are currently installed around Keflavic airport in Iceland to monitor gases produced by the nearby volcano at Fagradalsfjall, including hydrogen sulphide (H2S), sulphur dioxide (SO2) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2).

New stove emissions regulation sets a minimum standard

From 1st January 2022, a new regulation will impose Ecodesign requirements for solid fuel local space heaters. Regulation (EU) 2015/1185 24/5/2015 describes the...

Alphasense joins the AMETEK family

Essex-based gas sensor manufacturer Alphasense has acquired AMETEK, a firm with a global presence in electronic instruments and electromechanical devices. Founded in 1996...