International bioenergy expert Geotech will be demonstrating the latest technology in optimising biogas monitoring and analyser capabilities at its Seminario Biogas in Bologna, Italy on 21st April 2017.
Geotech has firm foundations in the Italian AD market, serving clients across the landfill and biogas sectors in a partnership with distributors Lab Service Analytica, spanning more than a decade. An EBA and ADBA affiliated biogas specialist, the internationally renowned company specialises in the design and manufacture of gas analysis technology for maximum capital gain.
More than 60 Italian biogas operators and design and build companies are expected at the event, which will enable them to garner the latest information from the Italian and European biogas markets and see the latest technologies and solutions for the anaerobic digestion process.
The event will be held by Lab Service Analytica, the distributors of the first and only system that integrates population reporting, dynamic data collection and digital communications in a single solution, for real-time emissions sampling.
Dean Kavanagh, Managing Director of Geotech said: “We are looking forward to networking with some of Italy’s leading biogas operators to understand their needs and consult with them on the latest technologies and solutions available. It is a great way to share information and learn about how Geotech’s products can benefit its global colleagues.
“It also offers an opportunity for busy plant operators to learn about the latest developments in the landfill and biogas industry, new technologies and to share tips and best practice with one another.”
Geotech experts Paul Gooch and Simon Sheridan will be attending the seminar and will be available for questions during the event. Attendees are encouraged to meet the Geotech team to learn more about its market leading solutions.
As part of the seminar, Geotech will be showcasing its BIOGAS 3000. The ingenious device is simple to use and is available in Italian and English. Certified to both ATEX and IECEx Zone 2, it is equipped with a multi-faceted alarm system for early warning awareness and comes with three years’ warranty. The BIOGAS 3000 utilises up to four sample points assessing CH4, CO2, O2, H2S and H2 levels. This enables site operations to maximise gas production yield and protect expensive capital equipment from the damaging contaminant gases contained within the production process.
Operating in over 60 countries worldwide, Geotech delivers product reliability and longevity, minimal through-life costs with extended warranty service packs and full on-site maintenance of all parts.
For more information on Geotech’s products in Italy and its global capabilities in biogas monitoring, please visit www.geotechuk.com or call +44(0)1926 338111.