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Video explains risk management of toxic gases in freight containers

The air quality inside freight containers varies enormously, depending on the goods, the packing materials, transit time, temperature, humidity and the possible presence of fumigants. Consequently, many containers contain dangerous levels of toxic gases...

New 'How To' video on gas monitoring App

In 2016 Gasmet launched a free App on both iOS and Android, providing anyone with an interest in gas monitoring with quick and easy access to an enormous volume of highly useful information. The App has now been downloaded hundreds of times by people...

Analyzer underpins growth of container inspection company

After a career as a customs officer in the Netherlands, Wim van Tienen was well aware of the toxic gas hazards presented by some freight containers, so in 2009 he started a company, Van Tienen Milieuadvies B.V., offering gas analysis and safety advice....

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Want to become an FTIR expert? New White Paper available

Gasmet has prepared a comprehensive White Paper on FTIR (Fourier Transform InfraRed) Technology. The White Paper answers the 22 most commonly asked FTIR related questions, such as: How is the IR spectrum used for gas quantification? What is...

Innovation drives flue gas treatment

Sharing a common goal, experts in emissions monitoring and emissions abatement have formed a working partnership to develop innovative new materials for treating pollutants in flue gas emissions. A business strategy with a heavy focus on innovation has...

We are now on Twitter!

We are excited to announce that Gasmet is now on Twitter. We will be tweeting about our news, product developments, case studies, events and other important updates related to our business. If you would like to connect with us on Twitter please follow...

FTIR gas analyzers support management of fire at UK waste facility

A multi-agency Air Quality Cell (AQC) was first established in England in 2009 following the Buncefield Oil Storage Depot incident. A review of this event identified the need to rapidly co-ordinate the acquisition, analysis and interpretation of air...