Date Announced: 08 Sep 2014
Livingston UK - Edinburgh Sensors, a global supplier of high performance gas sensing technology, today announced plans to expand with a move to new facilities.
Edinburgh Sensors has seen a marked increase in interest from system integrators involved in a number of different markets including process control, waste management, total organic carbon monitoring and horticulture to name just a few. The new facility in Livingston UK boasts an extended production area and additional office space for further expansion.
The building opening celebrations were led by Mr. Richard Lo, President and CEO of Techcomp and Mr. Mark Vosloo, CEO of Edinburgh Instruments. Mr. Vosloo commented "Expansion was a necessary and major step for the company. With growing interest in our gas sensors the move allows us to increase our production capacity whilst continuing to offer highly skilled technical support and service for our high performance products."
Edinburgh Sensors gas sensors have, over 30 years, built an enviable reputation as suppliers of fast, accurate and reliable instrumentation designed to withstand harsh environments and provide real time information. Measurement options from ppm to 100% of CO, CO2, CH4 gases and on-board Barometric Pressure Correction deliver true concentration readings.
About Edinburgh Sensors
Established for over 30 years, Edinburgh Sensors uses proven technology to deliver OEM Gas Sensors and Gas Monitors / Indoor Air Quality Monitors for continuous gas detection.
The application of our continued research and development has contributed to several major advances in the world of infrared gas sensing and delivered a comprehensive portfolio of products for the detection of CO, CO2, CH4 and various refrigerants.
For system integrators our OEM Sensors have set the standards for fast, accurate and reliable measurements in a wide variety of applications from anaerobic digestion and biogas through to MAP, Incubation and SF6 leak detection. Our Gas Monitors can also be used in these and other applications such as HVAC and environmental control.
Edinburgh Sensors is a division of Edinburgh Instruments.
Web Site: www.edinburghsensors.com