NEO Monitors’ Hydrogen lineup
Hydrogen will become one of, if not the most important energy source in the coming decades. It is
also used in industry, for example as a feedstock for chlorine and ammonia production.
NEO Monitors’ laser-based gas measurement technology offers the possibility of performing the
concentration measurement without physical contact with the gas.
This combined with the advantages of tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS), high
selectivity and sensitivity, high reliability and low maintenance requirements makes our technology a
unique tool for a wide range of applications in many industries, from chemicals and petrochemicals to
energy and metals.
NEO Monitors’ can provide gas analyzers for more than 40 gases and combinations. We can measure
Hydrogen directly with our in-situ or extractive analyzers; we can also measure impurities like oxygen,
carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide or methane in pure Hydrogen in an extractive setup.
Continuous Emission Monitoring of Tetrafluoromethane Using Quantum Cascade Lasers
Recent developments in quantum cascade lasers have enabled the development of new sensors for in-situ applications that have so far only been possible with extractive systems. In this work, a sensor is presented using a unique Wavelength Modulation Spectroscopy approach to measure tetrafluoromethane, a strong greenhouse gas. The sensor was characterized in a laboratory environment […]
Introducing the World’s First IN-SITU Hydrogen Analyzers
“The impossible is now possible!“ As the first in the world, NEO Monitors has developed a solution for measuring Hydrogen in-situ using traditional infrared tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy. The underlying technology has already been used successfully for a manifold of industrial applications. Our new product, LaserGas™ II SP H2, opens up for new opportunities […]