Ashtead Technology Ltd
Ashtead Technology Ltd specialises in supplying inspection, test and monitoring equipment and instruments. Our environmental monitoring fleet is second to none in the choice of equipment available and number of applications they can be used for. Our clients are found across a wide range of industries and include environmental consultancy and engineering, waste and recycling, surveying, waste and wastewater, drainage and sewerage, emissions and pollution monitoring to name a few. Knowledgeable Staff The team at Ashtead Technology are on hand to help with any queries, assist with choosing the right instrument for your needs, and answer any technical questions. Your first stop should be Jay Neermul, our dedicated Environmental Sales Manager. More than just a rental company! As well as short term hires, we can help with: - Perpetual Rental Plan for heavily discounted long term rentals - Rent To Own scheme for purchasing without hitting your capital budget - Sales, Servicing and Calibration of gas detectors and analysers To find out more, visit our website at: www.ashtead-technology.com or call +44 (0)845 270 2707.
Mr James Carlyle
Campus Five, Letchworth Business Park,
Ashtead Offers Comprehensive Range of Rental Instruments
The Ashtead stand at MCERTS 2007 (No 14) will feature some of the company's most popular portable products for gas detection and monitoring, including the Horiba PG250 for NOx, SO2, CO, CO2, and O2, and the Bernath heated FID for VOCs. Both of these instruments are MCERTS approved.
If heated lines are not necessary, the Photovac MicroFID is available with an additional 1 litre hydrogen bottle providing up to 3 refills.
Other products on show will include the Testo 350 flue gas analyser for O2, CO, NO, NO2, SO2 and temperature with inbuilt calculation for CO2 and combustion efficiency.
A choice of toxic gas detectors is also available for occupational hygiene and leak detection.
Ashtead's Calum Dow says "Renting portable instruments is the obvious choice for many applications, including:
1. Analysis of multiple emission sources
2. Short-term monitoring projects
3. Consultancy projects
4. Site assessments
5. Emissions analysis prior to the choice of CEMS
6. Leak detection
7. Occupational health surveys
Experts will be available at the Ashtead stand to offer advice on the choice of instrument for different applications."