portable biogas analyser News

  • Leading portable biogas analyser from Geotech

    Those searching for an all-encompassing portable biogas analyser need look no further than Geotech's BIOGAS 5000. It combines accurate measuring of three key gases, CH4, CO2, O2 plus optional H2S, temperature and flow with an easy to use layout. The impressive range of H2S measurement from 0-50ppm to ...


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  • Leading portable biogas analyser from Geotech

    A year after launch, Geotech have just sold the latest portable biogas analyser, the BIOGAS 5000, to its 57th new country. Customers across six continents searching for an all-encompassing portable biogas analyser are satisfied that they have found their solution in the BIOGAS 5000, with the latest units ...


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  • Geotech launches new portable biogas analyser

    The new Geotech Biogas 5000 portable biogas analyser arrives in Jan 2012 with a colour-screen and a 3-year warranty. Up-to-the-minute as a new-generation biogas analyser for anaerobic digesters (AD), the ...


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  • BiogenGreenfinch and Geotech work together to develop portable and fixed biogas monitoring

    Geotech's partnership with AD technology suppliers BiogenGreenfinch started in 2008 with the loan of two newly introduced biogas analysers - a portable Biogas Check and a static Geotech Automated Extraction Monitoring System (AEMS). BiogenGreenfinch were the first in the UK to try, test and report on these then-new introductions. “It gave us the benefit of seeing and using new equipment ...


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  • Geotech’s portable and fixed biogas monitors give worldwide reliability

    Regardless of where in the world they are, from a biogas purification project with chicken manure in China to a wastewater monitoring requirement in Europe, Geotech's customers all have a common need for reliability and accuracy in the analysers measuring the quality of biogas.  Geotech now has almost 70 trained distributors working in as many countries.  From starting out in the UK ...


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  • Geotech’s portable and fixed biogas monitors give worldwide reliability

    Regardless of where in the world they are, from a biogas purification project with chicken manure in China to a wastewater monitoring requirement in Europe, Geotech's customers all have a common need for reliability and accuracy in the analysers measuring the quality of biogas.  Geotech now has almost 70 trained distributors working in as many countries.  From starting out in the UK ...


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  • Biogas monitoring yields rewards

    Whilst there is increasing interest in generating power from waste gas, this has been central to one company for years. Based in the UK, Geotech has been helping water utilities, agricultural and landfill operators and food waste processors worldwide offset energy costs or generate income from waste-generated biogas, manufacturing portable and fixed monitoring equipment. Geotech has over 200 ...


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  • See the GA3000 PLUS and BIOGAS 5000 at ADBA 2013

    At last year's ADBA exhibition Geotech launched the GA3000 PLUS fixed biogas analyser, which resulted in a successful event for Geotech. After it generated a great deal of interest, it will be making another show-stopping appearance for ADBA 2013. Building on the proven technology of its ...


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  • BIOGAS 5000- Ease of use meets accuracy in reporting

    The BIOGAS 5000 is Geotech’s key product in the portable gas analyser sector which promises ease in calibration, configuration and collection of data. This will significantly support users in collecting data consistently and will contribute towards improved analysis and accurate reporting. The analyser also provides the necessary checks to ensure that the digester process is running ...


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  • Building on reliability and accuracy – the new BIOGAS 3000

    Geotech’s new fixed gas analysis system, the BIOGAS 3000, primarily for the Anaerobic Digestion (AD) biogas and bio-methane upgrading market has been designed to enable site operations to maximise gas production yield and protect expensive capital equipment from the damaging contaminant gases contained within the production process. Key to this is building on Geotech’s reputation for ...


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  • AD & Biogas welcomes Geotech to the NEC Birmingham

    From the 6th to 7th July, the world’s leading international technology and product suppliers will all be under one roof, alongside some of the greatest minds in the industry and Leamington Spa based Geotech, the gas analyser market leader, will be taking prime position at AD & Biogas 2016. Geotech is the market ...


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  • Geotech Expands European Presence at EBA Conference 2016

    Geotech, the  market leader in fixed and portable gas analysers, will be joining key Biogas industry players at the upcoming European Biogas Association (EBA) Conference 2016, which is taking place from the 27th to 29th September 2016 in Ghent, Belgium.  During the three-day conference, Geotech will be ...


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  • Geotech Eyes Greater Market Potential in Malaysia’s Renewable Energy

    Geotechnical Instruments Ltd. (Geotech) is enhancing its focus and investment in Malaysia and South East Asia by empowering industry players in the renewable energy sector in the region. The United Kingdom-based manufacturer of biogas analysers is targeting revenue growth of 20% in Malaysia, driven by opportunities arising from the use of palm oil waste as a renewable energy source. ...


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  • Global expert Geotech to showcase renewable energy solutions at Oman event

    Geotech, a QED Environmental Systems company is showcasing its market leading solutions at the Oman Energy and Water Exhibition this May. Earlier this year, the United Arab Emirates invested £134bn in clean energy projects to ensure that half of the country’s power needs could be generated from renewable sources by 2050. UAE’s Prime Minister, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid ...


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  • 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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