The 40th GGMT meeting was the perfect opportunity to sit down with a few current and future Spectronus users to discuss the latest Spectronus improvements and provide a short introduction of the tower measurements performed in Lamont, USA.
Improvements in the measurement cell of the Spectronus are the results of a joined effort between the ECN (Netherlands), the University of Wollongong…
The curiosity for scientific solutions that got us started in this business still remains at the heart of Ecotech. We are acutely aware of the ever changing nature of our world and the need to stay connected. Change is constant. Landscapes evolve. Technology continues its relentless march forward. Global practices and the regulatory environment will adapt. And so will we….
This study presents two methods for estimating methane emissions from a waste water treatment plant (WWTP) along with results from a measurement campaign at a WWTP in Valence, France. These methods, chamber measurements and tracer release, rely on Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and cavity ring-down spectroscopy instruments.
Read here the full paper.
After a day spent at the Palmier Hotel in Lausanne, Switzerland, we learnt a lot about the different ways of using the FTIR Spectronus.
User group workshop – 15th June 2015
Ecotech Spectronus FTIR Trace & isotope gas system for complete greenhouse gas measurements
We are pleased to invite you to the Palmier Hotel, Lausanne, Switzerland on Monday 15th June to attend a user group workshop on the Spectronus FTIR spectrometer. At the conclusion of this meeting you will have a good hands-on understanding of the instrument…
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Ecotech are always good at following up and giving us reminders. It really helps to jog the memory when we have so many instruments to manage. We always get a quick turn-around time and a phone call if they have any concerns about the instrument. Good communication.