Greenhouse gases (GHGs) such as carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide pose an enormous environmental threat. Climate change is not something that will happen in the far future and we should simply think about, it is happening as we speak. At Gasmet, we understand that it is something we should take action on. Therefore, Gasmet is committed to taking part in global efforts to mitigate climate change.
Reliable GHG Measurements
We manufacture solutions that can help protect the environment. As a high tech company, we know the power of technology and believe that our solutions can help change the direction of global warming. To support climate change research and help mitigate threats for the environment, we manufacture portable gas analyzers for GHG measurements.
Better Understanding Of Climate Change
Our products are used all over the world, from Amazon to the Arctic, by professionals who value reliable and cost-efficient technology. For example with our analyzers, one goal is to have a better understanding of the carbon balance of biofuel farming. Every unit sold contributes to an enhanced understanding of global GHG balance and can support achieving lower emissions in the future.
Gasmet Provides Solutions for the Following Applications
Why choose Gasmet as your FTIR partner?
Here are the top 5 reasons why you should choose us as your FTIR partner:
- Multicomponent capability – measure multiple gases simultaneously
- Adding new gases is easy – no need for hardware changes
- FTIR emission monitoring systems are available with performance approvals (TÜV, MCERTS)
- A portable FTIR analyzer allows you to take the lab to the site
- Simple and low-cost calibration – Gasmet’s FTIR analyzers do not need any span or re-calibrations, only zero calibration with nitrogen needed
Comparison report of different Soil Flux measurement technologies.
Gasmet Technologies has published a new White Paper on comparing six different technologies for measurements of greenhouse gases (GHGs) from the soil. The devices and measurement methods were evaluated and compared by conducting experiments to measure absolute concentrations of GHGs (CO2, CH4 and N2O), as well as the fluxes of CO2 from artificial soils. Read the report and find out the agreement between different measurement technologies and suitabilities for GHG flux measurements from soil!