air quality analyser spare parts News

  • Get what you pay for with air quality analysers

    Customers looking to save money on air quality analysers by purchasing reconditioned or recycled systems should look closely at the long-term costs involved before buying, say experts Enviro Technology. While old analysers may appear cheaper, spare parts for such equipment are in many cases either obsolete or close to becoming so, making future servicing or breakdowns time-consuming, costly or ...

  • Enviro Technology appointed to service Kent AQN

    Air quality monitoring specialist Enviro Technology has been selected by energy and climate change consultancy AEA Technology to manage the service and maintenance contract for the following Kent and Medway Air Quality Network sites: a background site just outside Ashford, a site on the cliffs above Dover Port, a suburban station in Folkestone and a town centre location in Tunbridge Wells.   ...

  • Enviro Technology web-shop opens for business

    Air quality monitoring specialist Enviro Technology has launched an online shopping portal for common consumable items and small, handheld ‘out of the box’ monitoring equipment. The aim is to make it quicker and easier for environmental professionals, facilities managers and health & safety managers to purchase items which ...

  • Environnement S.A cordially invites you at WFES 2016 in Abu Dhabi

    Environnement S.A alongside our distribution centre and technical support Envirozone LLC for Middle East in UAE, QATAR & JORDAN invites you cordially to attend our booth during the World Future Energy Summit 2016, the world’s foremost event dedicated to renewable energies, energy efficiency and clean technologies. During this year’s conference, which will be held in Abu ...


    By Environnement S.A

  • The Changing Role of an Instrument Service Engineer

    The life of an instrument service engineer has changed enormously in recent years with the laptop replacing the screwdriver as the most important tool.   We followed HACH LANGE’s newest service engineer James Davie, and discussed his role with the company’s service manager Terry Bailey, who has worked in the instrumentation sector of the Water Industry for over 20 years. Based just ...


  • UK waste can supply half renewables energy target by 2020

    April 27 2010 - An award-winning study concludes that energy-from-waste (EfW) technologies can contribute up to 50 percent of the UK renewable energy target by 2020. It states that this will depend on the pace of investment and availability of suitable feedstock. The study won the first Geotech Bursary / CIWM Award.   ...


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