Boreal Laser GLD
Laser-based gas sensor technology is a beneficial tool for detecting and quantifying polluting gases such as carbon dioxide or methane, owing to some key advantages.
- The presence of gas produces a current between two electrodes. The current intensity is measured and translates to a gas concentration level.
- Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS), including single-pass, dual-pass and multi-pass cells.
- The absorption technology ensures precise gas recognition, eliminating the potential for false alarms, representing a real issue with other gas detection technologies.
- Methane spikes labelled and geolocated
- Area/field methane mapping (+2 ppm)