Defra Chooses ET for Gas Analysers and Enclosures for AURN Expansion

Air quality monitoring equipment specialist, Enviro Technology (ET) has won a major contract with Defra for the supply of 28 continuous gas analysers and 6 monitoring enclosures for the UK's AURN (Automatic Urban and Rural Network).

The Stroud based company is no stranger to Defra or the AURN and has been supplying equipment and services to the UK Government's environmental department and Europe's premier air quality monitoring network since 1992.

"We are delighted to have been awarded this contract and are proud to supply Defra with the additional analysers and monitoring enclosures they require," says Duncan Mounsor, ET's Sales & Marketing Director.

Duncan continues "We shall be supplying to Defra 28 analysers in total, all from the leading US analyser manufacturer Teledyne API. The total number of analysers ordered include: 11 x M200E Chemiluminescent NOx analysers, 10 x M400E UV Absorption O3 analysers and 7 x M100E UV Fluorescent SO2 analysers."

In addition to the popular, MCERTS approved Teledyne API gas analysers, Defra has also ordered 6 x weatherproof, temperature-controlled air quality monitoring enclosures from ET.

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