Geotech currently supplies the gas monitoring equipment for nearly 50% of UK anaerobic digestion, and we are market leaders in UK landfill gas monitoring and biogas analysis.
Groundwater is an important resource, so having accurate instruments for water quality monitoring is vital. Geotech supplies a range of instruments for groundwater monitoring and sampling.
Geotech has developed equipment for each stage of the remediation process, from identifying contamination to gas leak detection and the treatment of contaminated liquid.
Our portable CO2 monitors are used in a variety of applications. Also measuring O2, temperature and humidity, they are versatile instruments for laboratories worldwide.
Verification of piped medical gases (N2O and O2) can be achieved with Geotech's G210 portable N2O analyser, and our G200 can be used for monitoring background levels of anaesthetic gases.
Geotech has developed gas monitoring products to optimise power generation from the natural gas released during mining, as well as for low concentration methane purposes.
Currently working in partnership with a team from the University of Cambridge, Geotech will soon be launching a new air quality monitoring system for a range of gases.
CH4, CO2 and O2 montoring. Optional H2S monitoring. H2S ranged from 0-50ppm to 0-10,000ppm. Multiple sample points. Easy user installaton. Find out more.
Portable biogas monitoring for process control & analysis
Regular, reliable and accurate monitoring of biogas yield is essential for optimising process performance, treatment and control. There are many solutions and products available using the latest gas measurement techniques however not all are reliable, maintain the required accuracy or assist with minimising potential downtime. Read more
Laser diode combats cross-gas interference
Knowing exactly where methane (CH4) emissions are occurring on site is essential in order for AD biogas plants to comply with environmental enforcement agencies and save valuable energy, yet cross-gas interference can often cause a problem in identifying accurate emission locations and the gases present. Read more