Sulfur Monitoring News

  • Environnement S.A new products launch at Pollutec

    1. Air quality: ecodesign, operational cost reduction & best metrology, now for sales Leading player in the environmental monitoring, Environnement S.A has launched a new generation of eco-designed analyzers. Dedicated to the measurement of pollutants such as O3, CO and SO2 the e-Series analyzers O342e, CO12e and AF22e are QAL1 certified by the German TÜV and approved by ...


    By Environnement S.A

  • South Africa – Durban reinforces its air quality surveillance network

    Two brand new and modern air quality monitoring stations have joined the network already established in the South Durban Basin. The South Durban Basin, located on the eastern seaboard of South Africa, has a mix of heavy industrial activity and residential settlements in close proximity. Two brand new and modern air quality monitoring stations based on Environnement S.A pollution monitoring ...


    By Environnement S.A

  • Trace gas analysis of acids, sulfurs and nitrous oxide

    The air analysis for environmental applications is more and more required in different regions of the world. In this application note, the trace analysis of acids, sulfurs and nitrous oxide has been combined in one single compact instrument using one detection technology based on plasma emission (PlasmaDetek2). The MultiDetek2 compact GC has been configured with parallel channels to achieve the ...


    By ETG Risorse e Tecnologia

  • Proimco installs first Sulfur Analyzer in Spain, the Sindie On-Line

    Proimco, a Mara Group company, installed for the first time in Spain a sulfur analyzer, the Sindie On-Line, from the American company XOS, a world-leader in sulfur analyzers. Starting with a demo over three months, CEPSA refinery in Huelva, Spain measured sulfur in diesel oil (finished type A, B and C). This analyzer, which uses no auxiliary gases for measurement, has a configurable range of ...


    By X-Ray Optical Systems (XOS)

  • Gasmet invites CEM 2016 visitors to measure almost anything

    As a world leader in FTIR technology, Gasmet’s booth (No. 33) at CEM 2016 in Lisbon, 18-20th May, will focus on both portable and continuous extractive FTIR gas analyzers, and the Gasmet CVAF Continuous Mercury Monitor (CMM). “With these technologies, our customers are able to measure almost any gaseous compound in industrial emissions,” says Gasmet’s Antti Heikkilä. ...


    By Gasmet Technologies Oy

  • HORIBA Scientific Announces New EMIA-Pro Carbon/Sulfur Analyzer

    HORIBA Scientific, global leader in elemental analysis systems and solutions, just announced the EMIA-Pro, its newest Carbon/Sulfur analyzer.   The new EMIA-Pro Carbon/Sulfur Analyzer offers Non-Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) measurement capabilities, optimizing its ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • New cleaning mechanism enables repetitive measurements up to 200 times

    HORIBA Scientific, global leader in elemental analysis systems and solutions, just announced the EMIA-Pro & EMIA-Expert, their newest Carbon/Sulfur analyzers. The new EMIA-Pro and Expert Carbon/Sulfur Analyzers offer Non-Dispersive Infrared (NDIR) measurement ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • Revolutionary analyzer for Sulfurs & odor monitoring

    The latest analytical solutions, vigi-eNose from Chromatotec is an analyzer dedicated to the monitoring and quantification of odors and sulfurs with automatic gas chromatograph on WWTP or refineries. Thanks to sensitivity on odorants compounds down to human nose detection (ppb-ppt levels), such analyzer is a revolution in odor market. In addition to its capabilities to monitor sulfur gas with ...


    By Chromatotec Group

  • Emissions cuts boost health and wealth

    Going green by switching to renewable sources of electricity could be good business for the US, according to new research. A report by researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California says that cutting greenhouse gas emissions meant that the US as a whole was $2.2 billion better off in 2013. And as a result of reductions in other forms of air ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Shore side electricity: key policy recommendations for uptake

    A new study quantifies the economic and environmental potential of powering docked ships in European ports using local electricity networks. The authors give key recommendations on policy actions to enable implementation in European harbours. Shipping is a large and growing source of greenhouse gas emissions. One billion tonnes are emitted each year worldwide and they comprised 4% of total EU ...

  • Chromatotec® certified ATEX for zone 1 & 2

    Since 2009, Chromatotec® proposes a version of its MEDOR® analyzer in Exp cabinet for hazardous areas. This solution dedicated for monitoring and online analysis of sulfurs and odorous compounds in natural gas today received the ATEX certification for zone 1. MEDOR® was already certified for zone 2 since 2014. The ATEX directive consists of two EU directives describing what equipment ...


    By Chromatotec Group

  • Agilent Technologies Redesigns Sulfur and Nitrogen Chemiluminescence Detectors

    Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today introduced completely redesigned versions of its industry-leading sulfur and nitrogen chemiluminescence detectors. Oil refineries, petrochemical producers, and food and beverage companies all depend on precise sulfur and nitrogen testing to meet tightening global regulations on pollution and product quality. The new Agilent 8355 sulfur chemiluminescence ...


    By Agilent Technologies, Inc.

  • SULPHUR 2015 – 31st international conference & Exhibition 9- 12. November in Toronto, Canada

    As a complement to the advanced Tunable Diode Gas analyzers from NEO Monitors, Novatech will also have on display a LiquiSonic liquid concentration analyzer from SensoTech.  Be measuring the speed of sound in a liquid, the SensoTech analyzer can analyze a range of industrial mixtures, includingsulphuric acid in the critical 90-100% range (and even into oleum). ...


    By NEO Monitors AS

  • Cleaning up ships’ emissions

    The cargo vessels that carry 80% of the world’s trade and the cruise ships that take thousands of passengers to pristine tourist attractions use the world’s dirtiest fuel. With 60% of the world’s ports already voluntarily excluding the worst-polluting ships, owners are in a desperate hunt to find ways to clean up their act – and a giant steel sponge could be the answer. ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Low-Cost Device Can Revolutionize Air Quality Monitoring and Help Countries Prevent Deaths from Outdoor Pollution

    A ground-breaking air quality measuring device unveiled today in Nairobi by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), expected to cost up to 100 times less than existing solutions, has the potential to revolutionize air quality measurement in developing countries and help prevent deaths from air pollution. The device, capable of collecting all the vital parameters of air quality, will cost ...

  • ISA Analysis Division Selects AMETEK Model 888 SRU Analyzer for Innovative Product of the Year

    The Analysis Division of the International Society of Automation (ISA) selected AMETEK Process Instruments (www.ametekpi.com) to receive the  prestigious Innovative Product of the Year award at the Division Symposium, held April 26 to 29, in Galveston, Texas. The three-day symposium, now in its 60th year, was attended by more than 300 ...

  • Frost & Sullivan lauds OXIS Energy for its Lithium-Sulfur Battery Chemistry that Delivers Superior Energy and Safety Profiles

    Frost & Sullivan recognizes OXIS Energy with its 2014 European Frost & Sullivan Award for Technology Innovation, as a result of its recent analysis of the advanced lithium-based batteries market. OXIS Energy has developed a unique technology based on a lithium-sulfur battery chemistry that resolves some of the issues in the batteries currently used in military, automotive, and solar ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Arctic melting opens sea route to more pollution

    As Arctic sea ice continues to melt at an alarming rate, maritime traffic is set to increase − and with it the pollution emitted by ships’ engines. A paper published by the  ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Waters acidified by air pollution have recovered as predicted

    Back in 1999, a group of scientists predicted how changing air pollution levels would affect the acidity of lakes and rivers in Europe in 2010 using a computer model. A follow up study has now gathered actual measurements of these waters to see if the predictions came true. The observations show that most of the rivers and lakes did recover from acidification, as forecast by the model, and ...


    By European Commission

  • Craneus:Testing Center

      Technical examining and testing center was established in August, 2004, covers an area of  more than 1000 ㎡. In July, 2007, we were formally recognized through China National Accreditation Service for ...

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