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  • Gasmet - committed to producing high quality monitoring technology

Gasmet - committed to producing high quality monitoring technology

Feb 09 2021 Read 525 Times

Over the last three decades Gasmet has evolved from a university spin-off into a global supplier and manufacturer of gas analysis systems through its commitment to improving air quality, protecting the environment and promoting work safety.

In 1990, Finnish shelter and blast resistant and gastight door manufacturer Finntemet acquired the Fourier Transform Infrared spectroscopy or FTIR business of Scanoptics and Temet Instruments – which later became Gasmet – was born.

The first FTIR gas analyser was sold in 1993 and the range of applications for the technology saw business expand across Europe and into the US. In the following decade a management buyout was completed and the company was renamed Gasmet Technologies in 2006.

Gasmet is now one of the leading providers of certified continuous emission monitoring solutions for crucial gas compounds worldwide with in excess of 5000 devices in use across more than 80 countries.

Portfolio of innovative solutions

Despite the presence of modern and efficient industrial gas purification systems, industrial plants may discharge small amounts of pollutants that are harmful to humans and the environment. Gasmet’s continuous emission monitoring systems help maintain these emissions at a safe level.

The company has developed a portfolio of innovative solutions, including a continuous emission monitoring system (CEMS); a continuous mercury monitoring system (CMM); and a system for dioxin sampling (GT90 Dioxin+).

All Gasmet systems are certified according to EN 15267. Further information on certification can be found on Gasmet’s Certificates-page.

Embracing sustainability

All these solutions enable plant operators to demonstrate that their facilities are complying with the conditions of their environmental permit and are operating in a sustainable way.

Emission monitoring isn’t just about process optimization though. For facilities such as power plants, waste-to-energy plants and cement plants it is about meeting their monitoring requirements, not exceeding certain gas emission levels, and operating according to the emission monitoring standards. These plants require a system that ensures compliance and delivers long term reliability.

A guaranteed return on investment

Mergers and acquisitions have played a crucial role in the evolution of Gasmet Technologies. In 2019 the company was acquired by Nederman Group, the global leader in industrial air filtration.

Another significant aspect of Gasmet’s success has been its ‘buy with confidence’ philosophy. When a customer chooses a Gasmet product they are tapping into decades of expertise and knowledge, a guaranteed return on investment and peace of mind that they are using world-class, reliable technology to maintain compliance.

By manufacturing all its products in-house, Gasmet maintains control over the quality of its solutions, an assurance further reinforced by the investment that has been made in performance verification and certification.

Gasmet is committed to continuing to produce high quality monitoring technology to help businesses reduce and manage their emissions and ensure workplace safety.

Read the full article on Gasmet’s website.


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