Geotech is the market leading manufacturer and supplier of portable and fixed landfill gas analysers and biogas analysers. Around the world, Geotech gas analysers are rapidly becoming even more important with the growing focus on renewable energy from gas produced in anaerobic digestion and landfill sites.
Gas analysis is only part of a full range of environmental monitoring equipment that Geotech supplies, including groundwater sampling and monitoring instruments, pneumatic pumps for leachate control and remediation processes, as well as CO2 monitors and N2O monitors for the laboratory and medical industries.
Geotech offers a total support package to all its customers, supporting you from the moment you enquire. Support is delivered through on site demonstrations, field trials and product training, to post-sale servicing of equipment and ongoing technical support, provided by Geotech's in house dedicated and experienced technical support, service and sales teams.
The equipment manufactured at Geotech is made to the highest quality, working to a wide range of industry standards so customers can expect top reliability and complete peace of mind. Current standards Geotech have achieved and have led the market in are ISO17025 Calibration, ATEX certification on portable gas analysers, with MCERTS accreditation on the new GA5000, GEM5000 and BIOGAS 5000.
Geotech has a web of established international distributors and works closely with them to supply and support users of its equipment throughout the world. As well as full technical and product support, a number of Geotech's distributors can offer local equipment servicing to Geotech's own high standards.
Our equipment is designed to comply with legislation across the world, particularly the demanding standards required in the UK and USA.
The name commonly given to the legal requirements for controlling explosive atmospheres and the suitability of equipment and protective systems used in them.
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Geotech has achieved UKAS 17025 accreditation for its calibration lab for its full range of landfill and biogas analysers. This gives users the most comprehensive externally audited and verified performance endorsement available for a manufacturer of portable gas analyser calibration.
Click here to view the Geotech UKAS accreditation certificate.
The Environment Agency's Monitoring Certification Scheme. It gives confirmation of performance of equipment to the demanding MCERTS standards which assists end users in demonstrating full compliance.
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Geotech has been certified as operating a quality management system in compliance with the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 for the following scope: The quality management system for the design, manufacture, installation, maintenance, service, hire and recalibration of analytical equipment for use in environmental monitoring. Please visit the ISO website for further information.
Click here to view the Geotech ISO 9001:2008 certificate.
Summary of Geotech equipment certifications
Landfill and biogas
Geotech currently supplies the gas monitoring equipment for nearly 50% of UK anaerobic digestion, and we are market leaders in UK landfill gas monitoring and biogas analysis.
Groundwater is an important resource, so having accurate instruments for water quality monitoring is vital. Geotech supplies a range of instruments for groundwater monitoring and sampling.
Geotech has developed equipment for each stage of the remediation process, from identifying contamination to gas leak detection and the treatment of contaminated liquid.
Our portable CO2 monitors are used in a variety of applications. Also measuring O2, temperature and humidity, they are versatile instruments for laboratories worldwide.
Verification of piped medical gases (N2O and O2) can be achieved with Geotech's G210 portable N2O analyser, and our G200 can be used for monitoring background levels of anaesthetic gases.
Coal mine methane
Geotech has developed gas monitoring products to optimise power generation from the natural gas released during mining, as well as for low concentration methane purposes.