Q.E.D. Environmental Systems
QED Environmental Systems design, manufacture and support environmental technology solutions for groundwater, soil and gas management applications into industrial, environmental and energy markets worldwide. Its corporate headquarters are in the USA which support the North, Central and South American markets. QED’s International office covers Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific. The company’s focussed vertical markets include remediation, landfill, biogas, medical and food and beverage. QED has an extensive network of established international distributors, enabling it to provide its products, services and support in a local language to over 60 countries throughout the world. QED also has a strong portfolio of acquired product brands including Geotech, Landtec and Viasensor gas analysers, En Novative Technologies soil sampling products and Snap Sampler groundwater sampling solutions.
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New Geotech biogas analysis & detection product bonanza at AD & Biogas Show
Geotech will showcase three new products at the AD & Biogas Show on 6-7 July.
Visitors will see Geotech's new portable laser diode gas-leak detector, its new personal safety gas detector and a new biogas pipeline flow meter.
On stand 105 they join the portable Geotech Biogas Check biogas analyser and the easily user-installed GA3000 static biogas analyser which is ATEX Zone 2 certified. It has been designed to simplify user installation and set-up. The GA3000, the latest Geotech static biogas analyser, gives reliable accuracy at a very attractive complete-package price. Zero downtime is helped by live 'hot swap' of loan or hire analyser modules for periodic factory service/calibration within 7-day turnarounds.
Fast and accurate biogas leak detection is a hallmark of the Geotech TDL-500 leak detector of which Shaun Cherry at Fernbrook Bio said: "Very good piece of equipment and very easy to use. Does exactly what it says on the tin. Detected two leaks that were traced within two minutes and these were the only ones on the plant, without this equipment these would have gone unnoticed. A 'must' for anyone associated with biogas plant building. Well worth using for peace of mind." This shows how gas pipeline operators can get help with one of their most difficult tasks: accurately, promptly and safely detecting leaks and during network leak surveillance.
The equipment offers portable laser detection of methane (CH4) at levels as low as one part per million. It is easy to carry and for one person to use on foot. With high selectivity and a high sensitivity to methane at ppm levels the TDL-500 reliably uses the latest laser spectroscopy technology to offer exceptional performance from a portable analyser for professional gas technicians. An impressive list of specification features and user benefits includes; automatic self-test at start up, a wide backlit LCD screen and alarm indicators which are visual and audible.
The ATEX Zone 0 certified Geotech Gaztox, a personal safety portable gas detector, warns audibly and visually of toxic or flammable gases and is safe to use in potentially explosive atmospheres, offering users a new level of personal protection. Depending on the sensor selected and fitted this single gas detector measures hazardous concentrations of oxygen, or toxic gases such as hydrogen sulphide, carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide, chlorine, ammonia, ozone or phosphates.
The Geotech Accu-Flo meter measures biogas-to-energy pipeline flow. The Accu-Flo Thermal Mass Flow Meter for landfill gas and biogas flow measurement has an innovative edge in a distinctive feature: A zero calibration self check. The self check allows users to verify their Accu-Flo has not shifted, drifted or deviated from its original NIST-traceable factory calibration value. This ability makes the Accu-Flo unique, extremely useful on gas-to-energy projects, environmental compliance and essential for the carbon credit market.
All products will be on display on Geotech's AD & Biogas Show stand 105 at the NEC, Birmingham, 6-7 July.
For further information please email Geotechnical Instruments