Global expert Geotech to provide early insight for the forthcoming BIOMETHANE 3000 at the UK AD & Biogas Show

Global leaders in gas analysis technology, Geotech is confirmed to attend the trade show of the year - the UK AD & Biogas show at the NEC from 5th July.

According to ADBA, the global biogas market is estimated at £1trn. With energy security, climate change and the UN sustainable development goals driving the need to rapidly increase the uptake of biogas, the UK AD & Biogas Show is the place to come to find out why and how.  What’s more, this year the show is being held in conjunction with the World Biogas Association (WBA), and together the events are expecting more than 5,000 attendees from all over the world. 

This presents the perfect opportunity for Geotech to provide early insight to customers on their latest product, specifically designed and optimised for gas to grid injection, the BIOMETHANE 3000 due in Q3 2017.  Developed in conjunction with leading plant providers the BIOMETHANE 3000 has been designed for the biomethane gas analysis process delivering greater accuracy and confidence in gas quality.  It is a market leading approach to monitoring CH4 and O2 range and accuracy.  It incorporates the ‘hotswap’ gas monitoring module which means customers see ‘zero’ downtime during service and maintenance. 

Geotech’s Managing Director, Dean Kavanagh, said: “Geotech prides itself on a consistently high level of products and services and we are looking forwarding to launching our latest product innovation, the BIOMETHANE 3000 later this year.

“Working closely with ADBA, our vision is to create uniformity for our market, giving our customers complete peace of mind and we look forward to working towards this goal in discussions with our leading industry partners at the event.”

ADBA attendees are invited to visit Geotech’s stand E404 to find out more about the global leader’s innovative range of fixed and portable gas analysis products and the performance specifications of the new BIOMETHANE 3000.

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