For more than 30 years, Bernt Messtechnik GmbH has been one of the leading companies offering customized solutions and engineering for the industrial fields of gas detection and gas analysis.fire detection and gas monitoring. Portable, easy to use bioscience instrumentation: gas exchange, water relations, area meters, chlorophyll fluorescence, and environmental. BERNT MESSTECHIK GmbH specializes in supply, installation and servicing of: gas monitoring and gas analysis equipment, TDLAS (Tunable Diode Laser) gas monitors, oxygen analysers, level control equipment for difficult applications, flame monitors and scanners, ATEX certified signal devices.
Bernt Messtechnik was founded in 1978 by Mr. Reinhard Bernt. In the beginning flame detectors and controllers from Fireye Inc. were distributed. The product range extended more and more with instruments for Gas Detection, Gas Analysis, Flame Detection, Level Measurement, Ex-Signal Devices and for Plant- and Ecophysiology measurements. The manufacturers General Monitors (Gas Detection), NEO Monitors (In Situ LaserGas Spectroscopy) and Teledyne Analytical Instruments (Gas Analysis) are worldwide leading suppliers for such instruments.
With more than 30 years experience in the above field of activity, Bernt Messtechnik offers profound knowledge in system integration of Fire & Gas devices and Gas Analysers. Services include: Consultation in the beginning, commissioning and implementation of the products, as well as a trained after sales service and maintenance contracts.
Typical customers are: chemical-, petrochemical industry, air separation plants, power- and waste incinerator plants, steal-, aluminium- and copper industry, automotive industry, as well as semi-conductor plants and research and development facilities.
Bernt Messtechnik GmbH has been ISO 9001:2000 certified since 1999. The head office with system building capacities is located in Düsseldorf, Germany. The offices in Munich and Karlsruhe offer quick and experienced support to the local customers.
Technicians have a qualification according to SCC Standard and are allowed to work in hazardous areas.