Gas sensing

Signal Group announces new senior appointment

The UK based gas analyser manufacturer Signal Group has announced the appointment of Stephane Canadas as Sales and Marketing Manager. “In recent years we have invested heavily in product development, so this is a great time for Stephane to join the company,” comments Signal MD James Clements. “In many respects, …

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Animal Husbandry: Sensors for monitoring emissions

Stunning methods are used to cause unconsciousness in animals prior to slaughter. Ideally, stunning will leave an animal insensible to pain and distress during the slaughtering process, while causing minimal distress in itself. Of the available stunning methods, percussive or electrical methods are the most widely used but gas stunning …

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Vaisala wins Finnish Innovation Award with novel biogas measurement instrument

The groundbreaking Vaisala MGP261 biogas instrument has today been announced as a winner in the Finnish Quality Innovation competition, where it won the Circular economy and carbon neutrality innovations category. After being recognised as an outstanding example of innovation in the field of sustainable technologies, the instrument now advances to …

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ION Science launches new global websites

In a key strategic move to reflect the changing needs of its global customer base, Cambridgeshire-based ION Science – leading manufacturer of gas detection instrumentation for occupational health and environmental monitoring applications – has launched re-designed Global websites at www.ionscience.com. Boasting a streamlined, modern design, ION Science’s striking new website …

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Chell embed remote support technology into products for the post-Covid world

With worldwide social distancing and restrictions on travel, gas measurement and control experts Chell Instruments have accelerated the inclusion of remote support capabilities into their products and systems. The high-precision gas experts have sped up the integration of planned technologies to help them remotely assist customers in the setup, monitoring …

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ifm keeps an eye on the consumption of costly industrial gases

Accurately measuring the usage of expensive industrial gases such as argon, nitrogen, carbon dioxide and helium, is easy with the new SD range of high-performance flow sensors from ifm electronic. And because they maintain high accuracy over their full measuring range, the new units also function as an invaluable aid to …

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Servomex publishes paper comparing key technologies for UHP gas analysis in the semiconductor industry

Servomex has published its latest expert paper, which compares gas chromatography using plasma emissions detectors (GC-PED) with atmospheric pressure ionization mass spectrometry (APIMS) for ultra-high-purity (UHP) gas analysis in the semiconductor industry. Mass Spectrometry and Gas Chromatography are both methods which offer ultra-trace gas analysis solutions for the quality assurance …

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An improved wearable, stretchable gas sensor using nanocomposites

A stretchable, wearable gas sensor for environmental sensing has been developed and tested by researchers at Penn State, Northeastern University and five universities in China. The sensor combines a newly developed laser-induced graphene foam material with a unique form of molybdenum disulfide and reduced-graphene oxide nanocomposites. The researchers were interested …

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QED Environmental Systems announces new website launch

QED Environmental Systems has launched its new global website amalgamating brands from recent acquisitions. This includes Geotech, specialising in gas analysis instrumentation, Huberg, mains gas leak detection instrumentation, En-Core soil sampling products for the new BS10176 standards and Snap-Sampler which develops passive ground water sampling products. All of these brands …

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Transportable VOC emissions analyser submitted for QAL1 certification

As a British developer and manufacturer of gas analysers, Signal Group follows the emergence of international Standards very closely. This is because Standards ensure that monitors are fit for purpose, and also because regulators require operators to employ suitably certified equipment. Signal Group is therefore delighted to confirm that the …

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