Boreal Europe B.V.
Boreal Laser Inc. and its predecessor, Aurora Laser Inc., have developed and constructed laser systems since 1986 for the Canadian Forces Defense Research Establishments, for licensing to private industry and for their Boreal`s own manufacturing. Aurora Laser and its medical Nd:YAG laser technology was sold to Carl Zeiss, the German optical manufacturing foundation, in 1990. Boreal Laser licenses patented technology to the world`s largest manufacturers of medical and industrial lasers. Since April 1993, Boreal Laser has concentrated on the development of laser-based gas detectors featuring the use of telecommunications diode lasers, fiber optics, photodetectors and related technology. Worldwide conversion of telephone and computer communications to this type of transmission has resulted in enormous demand for these telecommunications devices and correspondingly great development of reliability and reduction of cost.
Safety and Accuracy. That is what Boreal Laser's laser-based gas detection technology provides.
Boreal Laser gas analyzers are typically used for critical hazardous gas or toxic gas detection applications. With little cost of ownership, Boreal Laser's gas detectors are self-calibrated, reliable solutions for your plant or refinery.
Using state of the art detection technology Boreal Laser's GasFinders can detect hydrogen fluoride (HF), hydrogen chloride (HCl), hydrogen sulfide (H2S), ammonia (NH3), methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2), hydrogen cyanide (HCN), ethylene (C2H4) and acetylene (C2H2) with no interference from other gases. Making them ideal for aluminum smelters, oil refineries, petrochemical and chemical plants, gas production and processing, brick and ceramics manufacturing, agricultural emissions research.
The GasFinder as originally conceived has grown into a family of high precision industrial monitoring solutions for any scale of operation. Through the guidance of the President, Jack Ondrack, and the Technical Director, Dr. John Tulip, the Boreal GasFinder has become an accepted technology in 22 countries to date.
GasFinder has been used in Abu Dhabi, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Dubai, England, France, Germany, Holland, Iceland, India, Italy, Japan, Mozambique, New Zealand, Russia, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Thailand, Ukraine, and the United States.
- Agriculture & Agri-Foods Canada
- Aluminium Pechiney
- BHP Billiton
- Conoco Phillips
- Dubai Aluminium
- Gaz de France
- Hydro Aluminium
- Tomago Aluminium
- Transcanada Pipelines
- Transcanada Pipelines