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Gas Analyzers
Gas Analyzers


Is recycling truly beneficial for the environment?

Yes! Lowering the amount of trash put into landfills is extremely beneficial. Plastic takes hundreds of years to break down. Recycling and reusing waste can have a huge effect on our oceans and endangered wildlife.

How Do Landfill Gas Energy Projects Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions?

Monitoring and reducing methane emissions will go a long way in controlling the greenhouse effect. We can use the methane generated from landfills to produce electricity and/or residential heat.

What happens if the equipment breaks down?

Give us a call at 321-223-7500 and we can provide technical support.

When will we receive our invoice?

You will receive an invoice as soon an official purchase order is submitted to our office. Email us at to receive an electronic invoice payable with a credit card.

What Are the Public Health, Safety, and Environmental Concerns Associated with Landfill Gas?

Methane has a much larger effect on the atmosphere than CO2. We need to monitor it and try to reduce emissions in order to mitigate the effects of climate change. Hydrogen Sulfide is quite stinky and can actually be poisonous in large concentrations.

Why do I need to monitor gas?

Many dangerous gases like Carbon Monoxide (CO) are odorless and colorless. Gas monitors can greatly increase safety inside buildings where such gases are stored.

How quickly can I receive my order? What are average shipping times?

We ship everywhere in the continental United States. Standard shipping rates apply, can give more information on shipping rates and times. We ship all products from our office in Cocoa, FL.

Can you configure equipment for us?

Yes! Give us a call or email and we will help with custom instrument configurations.

How do I know if the sensor is powered and operating?

Follow the instructions in the included owner's manual. We are also available to help over the phone, call us any time at 321-223-7500.

How Is Landfill Gas Generated?

Landfill gas is made from a process very similar to that of a human body. Bacteria break down organic material and the resulting byproduct is a mixture of methane, Hydrogen Sulfide, and other gases.