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Turn of the year is always a good moment to pause and reflect on what has been achieved and what to expect from the future. This is true for individuals and organizations alike. In this article we will take a look at the most important events of Gasmet in 2018 and share our thoughts and expectations for the new year.
Past, Present and Future – A Look at 2018 and Expectations for 2019
Laboratories everywhere in the world tend to be big energy guzzlers. Hence hospitals, research organizations and universities use big bucks for electricity bills. Harvard University is no exception; its laboratories use five times more energy than any other building type in the university.
Significant energy savings with Gasmet’s DX4040 – Harvard University project proved Gasmet’s technology can cut down energy use and save money
Why choose Gasmet?
Gasmet is at the forefront of development. We have almost 30 years of FTIR experience and we have introduced several breakthrough innovations. Our teams of experts ensure continuous improvements of our products that will exceed our customers' expectations.
The future belongs to everyone and we think that everyone has the right to clean air. Therefore, we are persistent to develop our future-proof solutions and support global actions in mitigating climate change. Our vision is to live on a green planet with less emissions.
We know the importance of local support, globally. With our service and support network covering more than 70 countries, we ensure local, high quality technical support for our customers and secure continuous availability of spare parts to our systems during their entire lifetime.
What you need to know about mercury emissions monitoring
Gasmet Technologies has published a new White Paper on the monitoring of mercury emissions to air from industrial processes. This paper focuses on summarizing the changes in measurement requirements and emission limits for Large Combustion Plants (LCPs), produced by The Commission’s Joint Research Center, and adopted by European Commission. After reading this White Paper you will learn what LCP BREF means in practice and how to prepare, who it concerns, the new continuous measurement requirements, and the new emission limits.Download LCP BREF White Paper