All Analysers articles – Page 14

  • Witt oxy spot

    Witt reveals the “Oxyspot”


    Determining the oxygen content in packaging quickly and precisely merely using light? The new product series “Oxyspot” from Witt makes this possible. Using a special optical sensor, the German gas technology specialist is offering a modern and powerful alternative for the quality control of oxygen-sensitive products.

  • Southland Sensing OMD 580 analyser

    Southland Sensing introduces new oxygen analyzer


    Southland Sensing has introduced a new OMD-580 microprocessor-based portable oxygen analyzer for trace oxygen (O2) analysis.

  • AGC Image 2

    AGC celebrates 50 years of business


    AGC Instruments, based in Ireland, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year as a leading manufacturer of total gas analysis solutions.

  • Pittcon 2013

    JEOL’s new GC unveiled at Pittcon


    JEOL’s AccuTOF-GCx was exhibited for the first time in the US at Pittcon 2015 in New Orleans, booth #1523. The AccuTOF-GCx, the fourth generation of JEOL’s successful gas chromatography/time-of-flight mass spectrometer systems, is designed for optimum throughput, operation, and uptime.

  • Gas Chromatography — Mass Spectrometry

    Mass spectrometry assisting fight against cancer


    By combining sophisticated analysis at the molecular level using transgenic animal models and cell samples, desorption electrospray ionization mass spectrometry imaging, and statistical modeling, it is producing new insights about the relationship between metabolic patterns and oncogene expression.

  • Systech-O2

    Monitoring oxygen levels for personnel safety


    Birmingham, UK, based food company Ghanim International has chosen to install three Systech Illinois oxygen monitors at their facility to ensure the levels of O 2 in the air do not drop below a set level due to nitrogen gas escaping in the MAP process.

  • Cambridge-Sensotec-SF6

    Cambridge Sensotec expands into new markets


    Cambridge Sensotec is continually developing its global reach and expansion into new markets. The importance and benefits of analysing SF6 (Sulphur Hexafluoride) gas is becoming ever increasingly necessary within the electricity market, due to environmental regulations and potential reductions in maintenance costs.

  • Servomex-laser

    Servomex’s new MiniLaser platform most sustainable yet


    When Servomex, the world leader in gas analysis technologies, launched its new MiniLaser platform in January 2015, it also launched its most sustainable product platform to date.

  • AMETEK-sulphur-analyser

    New generation tail gas analyser released


    The Model 888, from AMETEK Process Instruments, features automatic flow control and has an extended temperature range. The company says this model, for the sulphur tail gas analysis, boosts reliability and safety in the Claus recovery process.

  • V&F - February 2015

    V&F – Setting new standards in spectrometry


    Founded in 1985 by J. Villinger and W. Federer and located in beautiful Tyrol (Austria), V F set out to redefine the field of online mass spectrometry. The CI-MS 500 introduced in 1986 was the first mass spectrometer with the patented Ion-Molecule Reaction technology (IMR).

  • Specialty gases sampling

    An introduction to...Specialty gas analysers


    Specialty gases are widely used in a variety of industries. Because these gases are typically used in critical applications, they need to achieve a purity standard and contaminants need to be identified. Enter the world of specialty gas analysers.

  • MiniLaser TDL analyser

    Groundbreaking TDL analyser launched by Servomex


    Servomex has launched the SERVOTOUGH MiniLaser Oxy, the world’s smallest cross-stack Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) gas analyser and the only TDL analyser specifically optimised for oxygen measurement.

  • Sharpeye-Rig

    Wintershall select SharpEye for RAVN oil rig


    Spectrex SharpEye 40/40I IR3 Flame Detectors were recently selected for a newly constructed oil rig. Wintershall chose the IR3 detectors for their new RAVN unmanned platform that will serve in the Danish part of the North Sea. The SharpEye detectors were installed to provide high performance detection of the entire ...

  • Bruker-FTIR

    Afrox commissions Bruker FTIR instrument


    Sub-Saharan gas market leader Afrox continues to maintain its competitive edge through the commissioning of the German-engineered Bruker FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared) instrument at its ISO 9001 Gases Operation Centre Laboratory in Germiston. 

  • Biofuel green eco

    Monitoring greenhouse gases from biofuel crops


    Climate change and energy security have driven rapid growth in renewable energy production. However, logically, each of these methods should deliver a net benefit in terms of greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction, so United States researchers have employed portable FTIR analysers to study the GHG emissions of biomass production processes.

  • Business deal merger statistics

    Emerson acquires Cascade Technologies Ltd


    The acquisition expands Emerson’s gas analysis portfolio with laser-based measurement analysers and systems for enhanced industrial emissions monitoring, production efficiencies and regulatory compliance.

  • Rapidox 7100 analyser

    Rapidox 7100 analyser released


    Cambridge Sensotec has launched its new generation of Rapidox Multigas analysers, designed and manufactured for the analysis, control and monitoring of emission or process gas.

  • MOCON laboratory

    Lippke/MOCON to host conference


    Paul Lippke Handels-GmbH (Lippke), a wholly-owned division of MOCON, Inc., has confirmed it is hosting its own packaging permeation conference in Germany next year.

  • Gas-Pro IR

    Crowcon strengthens Gas-Pro range


    Gas detection specialist Crowcon has further strengthened its Gas-Pro range with the introduction of the Gas-Pro IR.

  • TO-spark

    SparkTM analyser launched by Tiger Optics


    Tiger Optics has introduced a “technologically advanced spectroscopic analyser for gases and chemicals production”. The device benefits from using the company’s prized technology – known as Continuous Wave Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CW CRDS).