EMCO manufactures a wide range of gas analysers for ALL gas flushing applications: food, pharmaceutical, life sciences, welding etc.. From simple handheld oxygen analysers to highly sophisticated and custom instruments for high speed production lines. We utilise infra red, electrochemical, zirconia and optical sensors in our instruments. Whether you are looking for a reliable yet economical instrument or a custom instrument for an unusual application. EMCO can deliver a solution...
The GasCheck is a handheld, portable gas analyser for measuring O2 + CO2 + N2 in package headspace
The BOX 120 USB has proven to be an extremely popular instrument in the food industry and EMCO continue to offer this robust 'workhorse' instrument.
Desktop gas analyser for measuring O2 only or O2 + CO2 + N2 in package headspace. Mains powered or with an integrated Li-ion rechargeable battery.
An all in one desktop GAS Analyser with integrated LEAK detector for quality control of gas flushing & package seal integrity. The instrument also benefits from an integrated BURST Tester.
A semi-automatic GAS analyser with LEAK detection and BURST tester in one single, easy to manage instrument.
TPC Opti uses our innovative optical oxygen sensor that is designed to measure oxygen in extremely small headspace applications.
The PMC controls the flow and gas concentration in single gas applications in flow wrap packaging machine with financial and environmental benefits from improved FLOW optimisation.
A unicorn instrument that measures Oxygen + Humidity + Temperature + Pressure. Designed to be packed inside a food package, the miniaturised GasLogger will continuously monitor O2 + RH + Temp + Pr whilst simultaneously logging the data. The data can be either wirelessly transmitted to a PC (with the USB interface) from inside the food package or you can download the logged data at a future point in time, when the Logger and USB interface are reunited.
TPC Multi-Pack is a semi automatic gas analyser that can measure multiple packs simultaneously. It negates the need for self adhesive septa and can be used by staff with absolutely minimal training. Results are taken in only a few seconds with no risk of needles becoming blocked.