Monday 28 February 2011

Upgrade of one of the most popular portable continuous emissions monitors for event.

Quantitech are to launch the new improved Horiba PG 250 SRM at MCERTS 2011; the specialist air monitoring event being held in Telford (GB: 30/31 March 2011)

Keith Golding, Quantitech Managing Director, says "The Horiba PG 250 SRM will have MCERTS approval by the time of the March event and is TÜV approved for QUAL1."

Employing Standard Reference Methods, the PG250 SRM is an upgrade from one of the most popular portable continuous emissions monitors in the world. The new version includes a Paramagnetic analyser for Oxygen and offers improved measuring ranges for Carbon Monoxide.

The company's stands will also feature FTIR analysers including the Gasmet DX4030 portable FTIR system which was chosen by the Environment Agency and other bodies for emergency air quality monitoring during major incidents.

Quantitech will also host two workshops at MCERTS 2011, which will be repeated on both days. Gilles Campagnola from TCR Tecora will present 'Results from the EN1948-5 validation tests of a Dioxin continuous, long-term sampling system’
(Wednesday, Room 2; 3pm and Thursday, Room 2; 9.45am) and Quantitech's Dominic Duggan will present ‘A Transportable FTIR for process operators and stack testers’ (Wednesday, Room 4; 3pm and Thursday, Room 4; 9.45am).

Visitors to the Quantitech stand will also be able to register for a free technical workshop on FTIR technology that will take place in June this year.

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