NEO Monitors is one of the leading suppliers of gas analysers and dust monitors based on tuneable diode laser (TDL) technology. Our instruments are the preferred choice for a broad range of applications within process and emission control. Laser based Gas Monitors for Environmental Monitoring or Process Control. NEO Monitors supply state of the art LaserGas gas monitors based on single line spectroscopy and Tuneable Diode Lasers. LaserGas is the best choice in Continuous Emission Monitoring and process control. Manufacturers of LaserGas emission monitors for the measurement of HCl,HF,NH3, CH4,O2 etc.
NEO Monitors is one of the world leading suppliers of Gas Analyzers and Dust Analyzers based on Tuneable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLS). Our Dust and Gas Analyzers are the preferred choice for a broad range of applications within process and emission control. Our products are sold through a global network of distributors.
NEO Monitors is an innovative Norwegian company founded in 2003 and is owned by Nederman Group. We are a global pioneer in laser-based solutions for measuring gases and dust across various industries. The company has secured a leading position in all generations of laser-based measurement technologies and has the largest installed base of TDLS analyzers, with more than 11 000 instruments installed in over 40 countries. The company’s expertise and engineering capabilities allows for more than 100 different configurations tailored to customer needs, helping global industries to achieve better processes control, decreased operational costs and increased efficiency. We sell our products and services through a network of local distributors. Find your local distributor here
The first laser light in Norway was generated in 1962 by Tycho Jæger. When the first working laser was reported in 1960, it was described as “a solution looking for a problem“. Jæger saw it rather as a solution solving a problem. This was the start of NEO (Norsk Elektro Optikk). In the 1990’s NEO entered into the exciting world of Gas Spectroscopy and became one of the leading suppliers of Gas Analyzers based on Tunable Diode Laser Spectroscopy (TDLS). NEO Monitors was founded in 2003 to take over the responsibility for the manufacturing and marketing of the gas and dust monitors. In 2017, NEO Monitors was aquired by Swedish Nederman Group who is a world-leading supplier and developer of products and solutions within the environmental technology sector. The Group has over 1900 employees and is present in more than 50 countries.
Our quality management system is ISO 9001:2015-certified.
We are continuously working to improve our processes in order to continue our mission to deliver state-of-the-art products at the highest quality in time and satisfy our valuable customers worldwide.
We provide various solutions for your industry and application. We provide: in-situ, open path, extractive and portable solutions. Read about our innovative products and solutions here and
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Global industry leaders and innovators use our solutions to measure dust and gas in limited areas such as pipes, ducts and furnaces. Every customer is unique and NEO Monitors’ task is to find, develop and deliver solutions that solve different needs and demands.
Our solutions are tailored unique challenges. Quality, accuracy and efficient reporting are crucial to serve the main missions:
- Optimize production processes
- Control and improve safety
- Measure emissions
Almost 30 years of R&D within electro optics- and laser technology makes us a competent partner. Innovation is our DNA and we take the risk so that you don’t have to.
Through our over 40 distributors worldwide we have the deep insight in important markets. Our aim is to serve our distributors with the right solutions, service and support and forward this to the end customer.
We listen, learn and answer upon the most complex needs.
More than 12 000 instruments sold and installed in over 40 countries
More than 36 different gases measured
More than 110 different wavelengths used
More than 100 different instrument configurations for different applications manufactured