Livingston, UK -- Edinburgh instruments are delighted to announce that LiCONiC AG (a leading Swiss scientific instrument maker) have selected the Edinburgh Sensors Gascheck IR CO2 sensor for integration into their range of CO2 Incubator products.
LiCONiC AG manufacture a wide range of automated incubators for use in life science research applications including cell screening. Selective high quality CO2 measurement is essential in automated incubator performance because the regular access challenges the chamber environment. Using Gascheck sensors enables LiCONiC to deliver the required controls without dependence on temperature or humidity.
We deal direclty with LiCONiC AG Headquarters in Switzerland, the Gascheck units are supplied via Edinburgh Sensors’. Edinburgh Sensors’ Sales Manager, Julie McCormick, said: “We are delighted to be working with LiCONiC AG and will continue to do so over the next few years. They are an important part of our expert network of key customers who generate sales for our product around the world.”
The Gascheck Infrared Gas Sensor Range, supplied by Edinburgh Sensors offers high performance detection and measurement of CO2, with a choice of pumped or diffusion aspiration technology to provide accurate and reliable determination of CO2 gas concentrations.
About Edinburgh Sensors – www.edinburghsensors.com
Established for over 20 years, Edinburgh Sensors use proven technology to deliver OEM Gas Sensors and Gas Monitors / Indoor Air Quality Monitors for continuous gas detection.
The application of our continued research and development has contributed to several major advances in the world of infrared gas sensing and delivered a comprehensive portfolio of products for the detection of CO, CO2, CH4 and various refrigerants.
For system integrators our OEM Sensors have set the standards for fast, accurate and reliable measurements in a wide variety of applications from anaerobic digestion and biogas through to MAP, Incubation and SF6 leak detection. Our Gas Monitors can also be used in these and other applications such as HVAC and environmental control. Edinburgh Sensors is a division of Edinburgh Instruments.