Friday 20 May 2011

Unlocking the secrets of FTIR!

The place where the British decodified signals from the Axis forces in England was kept secret for years after the war. Now however the story of this hidden aspect of the struggle has been recorded and the people who worked quietly there have been acknowledged.

Bletchley Park has been chosen by Quantitech, as the location for a seminar that will focus on FTIR multiparameter gas detection. Taking place on Thursday 30th June, the seminar is being sponsored by FTIR specialist Gasmet and participation is free of charge.

The seminar is titled: 'Unleashing the Potential of Gas Monitoring with FTIR' and will focus on the technology and regulations that apply to both fixed and portable applications in stack emissions, process monitoring, occupational safety, research and ambient monitoring.

The seminar will include practical demonstrations and provide the latest guidance on gas detection (including Technical Guidance Note M22) with high profile speakers from NPL, Gasmet, Quantitech and a leading occupational safety organisation.

Refreshments will be provided and there will be an opportunity to participate in a guided tour of the Bletchley Park National Codes Centre, which explains how the Enigma and Lorenz codes were broken during WW2. 

This seminar is designed for both novices and those that already have FTIR instruments and places are being allocated on a first come/first served basis.

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