Servomex is expanding its portfolio of industry-leading analyser technologies, with the revelation that it has agreed a technology partnership with Norway’s Norsk Elektro Optikk (NEO).
The company has agreed a strategic licence to incorporate NEO’s Tuneable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS) technology into its global product range.
NEO is considered to be a world-leader in TDLAS and will license its laser technology to Servomex - providing the best solution for in-situ cross stack measurements, suitable for a wide range of process and combustion control applications.
Servomex will incorporate NEO’s technology into future product lines, offering a complementary technique to traditional UV or IR measurements.
“This exciting agreement between Servomex and NEO enables us to incorporate NEO’s industry- leading laser measurement technology into our product range,” said Chris Cottrell, Managing Director of Servomex.
“We are now able to provide a combination of world leading gas analysis technologies, allowing our customers to select the most effective solution for their application.”
Norsk Elektro Optikk is one of the principal Norwegian research companies in electro optics. Speaking of the deal, Managing Director Peter Kaspersen said, “This new partnership is an extension of the cooperation the two companies have had for several years and we believe, through Servomex’s global sale network, that we can reach new customers and find new applications for our technology.”
Able to detect a wide range of gases including oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, hydrogen sulfide, and ammonia, the incorporation of TDLAS technology offers fast response times, highly stable performance and minimum sample conditioning requirements.