Geotech has released a new fixed gas analysis system, the BIOGAS 3000, primarily for the anaerobic digestion (AD) biogas and bio-methane upgrading market.
The new system has been designed to enable site operations to maximise gas production yield and protect expensive capital equipment from the damaging contaminant gases contained within the production process.
Available from fourth quarter 2016, the BIOGAS 3000 is a next generation fixed analyser that offers optimal continuous monitoring of the gas production process, utilising up to four sample points assessing methane, carbon dioxide, oxygen, hydrogen sulphide, and hydrogen levels.
The introduction of the new fixed instrument system marks another milestone for Geotech, a global leading manufacturer and supplier of gas analysis technology, as it diversifies its product offering to suit the growing needs of its customers in 66 countries across the world. It also forms part of the overall AD solution provided by Geotech in conjunction with a range of portable gas analysers.
The BIOGAS 3000 is certified to both ATEX and IECEx Zone 2 and is equipped with a multi-faceted alarm system for early warning awareness.
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