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Visit GI at Kormarine 24 - 27 October 2017

Green Instruments will attend the Kormarine exhibition in Busan, South Korea from 24 - 27 October. You can find us at stand 4E05 in the Danish National Pavilion.

According to IMO’s regulations, ships operating both globally and in Emission Control Areas (ECAs) shall reduce SOx and particular emissions. On board continuous emission monitoring is required if a scrubber is fitted to a ship for exhaust gas cleaning. To meet that demand, Green Instruments has introduced our newly developed G7000 Multigas Monitoring System. The G7000 monitors the SO2 and CO2 concentrations in exhaust gas, thus providing you the evidence the compliance with the emission regulations.

The gas analyzer is based on a non-dispersive infrared measurement technology, which has been well proven in many industrial applications. The G7000 is fully compliant with IMO regulations. The G7000 together with Green Instruments’ G6100 Water Monitoring System is a complete monitoring system according to MEPC.259(68)

Besides, Green Instruments focuses on providing products within fire hazard protection, namely our G26 Ambient Oil Mist Detector. The system uses the latest green laser technology and detects oil mist in open spaces. The G26 has the several decisive advantages compared to the single point extractive sampling system. Each detector can cover a much larger area. The scanning distance of a detector is from 1 to 15 meters.

Using Green Instruments products will enable you to meet the international requirements and protect your people as well as your property.

Our sales manager, Mr. René Christensen, and our agent Jey EnTech Co, are looking forward to meeting you and telling about the newly developed products as well as the coming products from Green Instruments.

Kormarine is one of the leading shipbuilding shows in the world. For more information about the exhibition, please visit the Kormarine website.