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  • Endothermic Process and Heat Treatment Furnaces - CO and CO 2 Control Considerations

    Endothermic gas (CO/H₂/N₂) is often used as a ‘neutral’ protective gas or carrier gas during heat treatment process. Monitoring and controlling the furnace gas composition is essential to ensure metallic products retain their desired properties. This article outlines why CO and CO₂ levels must be precisely controlled, and the best way to measure CO and CO₂ ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • Using an Infrared Sensor (IR Sensor) for Reliable Methane Gas Monitoring

    This article explains why an infrared sensor (IR sensor) is the preferred option for methane detection, as methane detectors are essential for monitoring safety and efficiency in a wide range of applications. Gas detectors that ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • Advanced Energy Announces Acquisition of LumaSense

    Advanced Energy Industries, Inc. (Nasdaq: AEIS), a global leader in innovative power and control technologies, today announced that the acquisition of LumaSense Technologies Holdings, Inc., based in Santa Clara, California, closed September 1st. The acquisition adds a line of photonic-based measurement and monitoring solutions that are synergistic with the company’s ...

  • Zero Filter Attachment

    E Instruments proudly presents our Zero Filter Attachment. This filter attachment allows for a much more accurate zeroing of our VOC gas sensors. The filter removes all of the VOC’s and other toxic gases (Except CO2) from the ambient air and allows the instrument to properly measure the zero point for the VOC’s gas sensor. Once the filter is removed, the ...

  • Sensors & Instrumentation Exhibition September 2018

    We look forward to visiting the Sensors and Instrumentation exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham from 25th-26th September, 2018. ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • Monitoring Leak Rates During LPG Bottling

    LPG usually consists of butane, propane or a mixture of these gases, though the definition is country-dependent. It is produced from natural gas processing and oil refining, where it is separated via either refrigeration or distillation before being pressurised, liquefied and stored in cylinders under pressure so that it remains in its liquid form, and can be subsequently used as a gas or liquid. ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • E Instruments Announces E8500 Plus Has Just Been Upgraded

    With great pride and excitement, we here at E Instruments are pleased to announce that our E8500 Plus has just been upgraded to measure up to 50% CO2 using an NDIR sensor. The E8500 Plus is already one of our most powerful, portable, and advanced emissions analyzer available on the market today. In fact, when you pick up the E8500 Plus, you cannot help ...

  • E Instruments Announces E8500 Plus Has Just Been Upgraded

    With great pride and excitement, we here at E Instruments are pleased to announce that our E8500 Plus has just been upgraded to measure up to 50% CO2 using an NDIR sensor. The E8500 Plus is already one of our most powerful, portable, and advanced emissions analyzer available on the market today. In fact, when you ...

  • We are pleased to announce the New GDS GasVac System

    The GasVac system is designed to monitor gas levels in situations where the positioning of conventional gas sensors may not be practical. This may be due to equipment security, cable routing, access for detector head installation/maintenance or harsh environment, or a cost-effective means of monitoring plant rooms, supermarkets, cool stores and designated hazardous areas, such as tunnels ...


    By CitiSafe Pte Ltd

  • Edinburgh Sensors to exhibit at Sensor and Test 2017

    Date 30 May – 1 June Venue Nürnberg Exhibition Centre Conference Outline ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • Shawcity announces new partnership for 2017 with Blackline Safety and their game-changing G7

    Shawcity are very pleased to announce the latest addition to our gas detection portfolio, the Blackline Safety G7. After nearly two years in development in response to customer feedback, Blackline’s new system is a world first – a work-anywhere, global employee safety monitoring system with total detection capacity. Highly configurable for every organisation, G7 warns both the user ...


    By Shawcity Limited

  • Smart and compact Infrared Sources for high-performance NDIR Gas Sensing

    Axetris EMIRS50 and EMIRS 200 compared in an internal test Gas sensors based on Non-Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) techniques have continuously gained popularity over the past decades. A number of clear trends in gas sensor design are visible today – gas sensors are getting smaller, consuming less power, and unit sensor cost is decreasing. At the same time the market is demanding improved ...


    By Axetris Ag

  • Smart and compact Infrared Sources for high-performance NDIR Gas Sensing

    Gas sensors based on Non-Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) techniques have continuously gained popularity over the past decades. A number of clear trends in gas sensor design are visible today – gas sensors are getting smaller, consuming less power, and unit sensor cost is decreasing. At the same time the market is demanding improved measuring performance (LDL) from gas sensing solutions. To ...


    By Axetris Ag

  • Edinburgh Sensors launch new website

    We are delighted to announce the launch of our newly designed website edinburghsensors.com. The updated site features a bold and uncluttered design. Our aim was to make the new website faster, easier to navigate, and more user-friendly. We’ve also improved the structure of our content, so you’ll get more from a quick read. The site includes expanded product information to ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • NEW Zero Filter Attachment for IAQ Monitors

    E Instruments proudly presents our brand new Zero Filter Attachment. This filter attachment allows for a much more accurate zeroing of our VOC, and toxic gas sensors. The filter removes all of the VOC’s and other toxic gases (Except CO2) from the ambient air and allows the instrument to properly measure the zero point for the gas sensors. Once the filter is removed, the instrument will read ...

  • Gas sensors `see` through soil to analyze microbial interactions

    Rice University researchers have developed gas biosensors to “see” into soil and allow them to follow the behavior of the microbial communities within. In a study in the American Chemical Society’s journal Environmental Science and Technology, the Rice team described using genetically engineered bacteria that release ...


    By Rice University

  • Edinburgh Sensors add new ranges to CO2 IRgaskiT

    At Edinburgh Sensors, we are committed to providing solutions to satisft our customers' current needs. At the customer request, we have added new CO2 gas measurement ranges to our IRgaskiT. The IRgaskiT can now measure ranges of 0-50% and 0-100%. The IRgaskiT range of dual-beam infrared sensors offers high performance and flexibility with its modular design, comprising sensor module, sensor ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • Designing drift-free and reliable NDIR gas sensors using modulated infrared sources

    Axetris IR sources are based on the proprietary thin film technology from Axetris, and deliver exceptional performance when electrically modulated in the 5-100 Hz range. This feature can help NDIR gas sensor designers achieve drift-free operation, combined with increased reliability and lifetime. Here we present qualitative conclusions (see table) based on multiple years of internal performance ...


    By Axetris Ag

  • NDIR Gas Sensors – Smaller, Leaner and more Cost-Effective

    Gas sensors based on Non-Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) techniques have continuously gained in popularity over the past decades. A number of clear trends in gas sensor design are visible today – gas sensors are getting smaller, consuming lesser power, and unit sensor cost is decreasing. NDIR gas sensing technology continues to build on the potential to complement and replace conventional gas ...


    By Axetris AG

  • Edinburgh Sensors New Chillcard NG Range for CO and CO2 Gas Measurement

    The Chillcard NG range of NDIR gas sensors from Edinburgh Sensors has been extended to include two new gases; namely carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2). Our standard sensors for these gases use a miniature lamp with a tungsten filament as the source of infrared light. However, in applications such as endothermic gas annealing furnaces and gasification, where high levels of hydrogen ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

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