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Short Description: PEN3 (E-Nose) is a small, fast and robust identification system for gases and gas mixtures provided by Airsense. The detection of the gases is performed with an array of gas sensors.
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Sitio web: Alpha MOS
Short Description: After 20 years of experience in sensory analysis control, this enterprise assesses and predicts the characteristics of products through organoleptic tests.
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Sitio web: ALPHACHEM
Short Description: Alphachem is a company formed by professionals highly experienced in odour management. Its treatment units include a selection of best activated alumina and activated carbon based adsorbents giving efficiencies close to 100% in odour removal
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Sitio web: AMA
Short Description: As the central network for the sensor and measuring technology industry the AMA Association offers a comprehensive platform for this challenge.
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Short Description: SVPA is an environmental consulting enterprise who connects the industry and the environment. They count with 15 years of experience working together with governmental administrations.
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Short Description: Ambiente social is an environmental consultancy that offers atmospheric pollutants and odours emission studies, including atmospheric modeling studies (Calpuff model).
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Short Description: Environmental International Association of Odour Managers (AMIGO for its Acronym in Spanish) based in Spain and with sister branches in Chile and Colombia.
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Sitio web: amplast
Short Description: AMPlast Corporation is a professional chemical engineering company specializing in the design, manufacture and installation of wet scrubbers, biofilters, activated carbon adsorption systems, and the treatment of corrosive, harmful and odorous gas.
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Short Description: Anguil Environmental Systems is a global provider of industrial air pollution control, wastewater treatment and energy recovery systems.
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Sitio web: Apex Instruments
Short Description: For more than 25 years, Apex Instruments has manufactured equipment for sampliging emissions such as testing consoles, probes, pitots, umbilicals, glassware, filters and much more.
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Short Description: The App-Tek Gas Dilution System (GDS) is an easy to use electronic device designed to take a known calibration gas or gas sample and dilute it to lower concentrations. The diluted gas output can be used for calibrating gas detection instruments.
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Short Description: APSA-370/CU-1 Ambient H2S monitor measures SO2 converted H2S through oxidation catalyst based on Ultra Violet Fluorescence.
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Sitio web: www.aquabona.biz
Short Description: Comercialización de sistemas de desodorización por fotoionización
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Short Description: Turkish branch of Aqualogy. Olfactometric lab in Izmir
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Short Description: ARCO Solutions srl Spin off company of the Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy of University of Trieste offer services of consulting and odour management, odour sampling, olfactometric and chemical analysis, odour impact modelling and develop device
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