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Hugely popular emissions monitor receives MCERTS

15 March 2011

Quantitech, the environmental instrumentation company, has announced that the new improved HORIBA PG 250 SRM has been awarded an MCERTS certificate, verifying that the instrument employs Standard Reference Methods to analyse CO, NOx, SO2, CO2 and O2 to the high standards required by the Environment Agency.

The PG250 SRM is an upgrade from one of the most popular portable continuous emissions monitors in the world. The new version includes a Paramagnetic analyser for Oxygen and offers improved measuring ranges for Carbon Monoxide.

The new analyser will be on show for the first time on stand 37 and 38 at MCERTS 2011 in Telford 30th and 31st March and Quantitech Managing Director Keith Golding says he is “delighted that the PG250 SRM has achieved MCERTS because a large number of customers have been holding back their purchases pending the arrival of the new certified instrument.”

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