10th May 2017

UoB poster shows results from multi-species Opsis Ambient DOAS system supplied and installed by ET

Duncan Mounsor Managing Director

This poster highlights measurements for the criteria pollutants NO2, O3 and SO2 as well as for HONO and Formaldehyde, gases fundamentally important in understanding complex atmospheric processes.

Benefits of the Opsis DOAS system include the ability to measure NO2 “directly” (rather than by calculation by NOx-NO) and also to be able to measure “difficult” gases such as HONO and Formaldehyde on a continuous, hassle-free basis.

As well as providing fast, accurate and inherently reliable measurements, Opsis DOAS requires the absolute bare minimum of operator involvement, a quick wipe of the transceiver and reflector quartz windows once a month is about it!

Coupled with very low running costs, reduced calibration requirements and all the benefits of long-path remote sensing, Opsis DOAS is just one example of the cutting-edge measurement technology available from ET.

Elevating our expertise through focused training

20th February 2024

Our service engineers Russell Cook, Kevin Phillips, Alexander Uy, and UK Sales Manager for Scientific Applications Lewis John recently completed specialised training at GRIMM's factory in Germany.

Lewis John UK Sales Manager - Scientific Applications

ET's Greenhouse Gas Analyser featured on BBC's Countryfile

9th February 2024

The episode shows Chris Field from The Manchester Metropolitan University making CH4/CO2 measurements with one of the University’s two ABB-LGR GLA132-GGA Ultraportable Greenhouse Gas Analysers.

Duncan Mounsor Managing Director

Our product offering is expanding

1st February 2024

ET will now be offering an array of additional products, including; particulate probes, gas sampling probes, and industrial ambient monitoring and will now stock products by suppliers Sintrol and JCT.

Duncan Mounsor Managing Director