Ground Gas Monitoring Applications

143 Results found
Only show results in Virginia?
OK
  • Category: Monitoring & Testing ×

  • Subcategory: Ground Gas Monitoring ×

NDIR Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Monitoring

by LED Microsensor NT     based in Saint-Petersburg, RUSSIA

Carbon dioxide has a wide range of commercial uses, from the production of lasers to the carbonation of soft drinks. This gas has become a topic of interest because it is classified among the greenhouse gases, gases which impact the Earth's environment when they reach high concentrations in the atmosphere. We propose solutions for medical diagnostics (out-breath control) and for ecological monitoring (control of carbon dioxide, exhaust gases in the atmosphere).

Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Forensics and Military

by Transient Technologies LLC     based in Kyiv, UKRAINE

Police can use GPRs in different forensic investigations (search for hidden burials, underground hiding places and passages etc.).  Military uses of GPR include location and detection of buried explosive devices and land mines.

Mobile Sewage Treatment for the Oil and Gas Industry

by Nomadic Systems     based in Langley, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

Due to the continued growth in the oil & gas industry, we are seeing an increased demand for mobile sewage treatment solutions for oil exploration and drilling rigs in remote locations.

Soil and groundwater protection in the petroleum industry

by Bristar Containment Industries Ltd.     based in Wimborne, ALBERTA (CANADA)

Bristar Containment Industries has been serving Environmental Protection in the Upstream Petroleum Industry for 15 years. Prevention of soil and groundwater damage is preferred to clean up after the fact.

GIS software for petroleum industry

by Esri     based in Redlands, CALIFORNIA (USA)

For years, petroleum companies have used Esri`s GIS to decide where to drill a well, route a pipeline, build a refinery, and reclaim a site. Today`s GIS provides oil and gas industry solutions throughout the petroleum life cycle. All major oil companies in the world use Esri`s GIS technology to manage their location-based information, from leases, wells, and pipelines to environmental sites, facilities, and retail outlets.

Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Construction and Infrastructure

by Transient Technologies LLC     based in Kyiv, UKRAINE

In construction and infrastructure field GPR application makes it possible to have the most detailed topography of undergrounding. GPRs help to discover ground water location, old underground passages and cavities remains and karst layers.

Roadscan

by Geomorph Instruments     based in Piraeus, GREECE

Find voids, layers thickness and utilities below the surface without the need of stopping the traffic on the road. Fast and accurate!

Environmental protection

by HANGZHOU ZETIAN TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD     based in Hangzhou, CHINA

Laser Gas measurements Flue gas emissions, HCl, HF, CO, CO2, O2, NH3, NO, NO2

Gas Detection Solutions for GHG Monitoring

by Boreal Laser Inc.     based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA)

Most sources of fugitive emissions are from multiple points rather than single point sources. So, open path area or perimeter monitoring provides more meaningful fugitive emissions data than an array of point sensors or a program of grab sampling. Point measurements may underestimate emissions because of missing locations with high gas concentrations, or conversely overestimate because they are located in areas of high concentrations. Grab sampling programs typically check only a small percentage of potential leak locations and extrapolate results to an entire facility. Wide margins of uncertainty are associated with such extrapolations. Open path monitoring provides continuously updated, real-time, integrated emissions across a facility boundary.This provides a complete picture of the fugitive emissions across that boundary,enabling identification of specific operations and times that give rise to higher emissions, and so enabling these emissions to be properly managed and controlled.

Road tunnel atmosphere monitoring

by Codel International Ltd     based in Bakewell, UNITED KINGDOM

CODEL`s road tunnel monitors are designed exclusively for road tunnel applications. It offers a family of tunnel sensors that provide all the essential measurements necessary to monitor the tunnel atmosphere.

Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Archaeology

by Transient Technologies LLC     based in Kyiv, UKRAINE

In archaeology using GPR you can process considerable areas of planned excavations. Therefore, the needed excavation area can be substantially reduced. Time and financial costs reduce as well. Examining historical buildings GPRs allow to find hidden rooms, spot areas of demolition in the object structure. What is remarkable, you can make a noncontact research with GPR (e.g. above ground surface).

Gas monitoring instruments and systems for titanium dioxide

by Gasmet Technologies Oy     based in Helsinki, FINLAND

Titanium dioxide is the most important white pigment used in the polymer industry. It is widely used, because it efficiently scatters visible light, thereby imparting whiteness, brightness, and opacity when incorporated into a plastic product.

Gas monitoring instruments and systems for print factories

by Gasmet Technologies Oy     based in Helsinki, FINLAND

Typical modern printing processes utilize solvent-based dyes. The evaporation of the dye solvents into the ambient air during the printing process may expose the workers to various chemicals. Depending on the type of solvents in case, the solvents have different long term exposure limits, which should be obeyed. Component specific measurements are necessary to protect the workers from exposure while avoiding unnecessary interruptions to the printing process from false alarms.

Measurement solution for Perflurocarbon (PFC) emissions from aluminium industry

by Protea Limited     based in Middlewich, UNITED KINGDOM

The aluminium industry is the major source of perflurocarbon (PFC) emissions to the atmosphere, which are a major contributor to global warming. PFCs have greenhouse gas effects up to 10000 times that of CO2. Emissions have been reduced over the last 20 years, but further reductions are harder to achieve as all the mechanisms for PFC production are not known. In order to better understand the production of PFC on an industrial level, laboratory studies have been carried out using a small scale cell.

Need help finding the right suppliers?

Let the XPRTs do the work for you