Measure and determine the source of methane emissions—including landfills, fracking sites and abandoned oil and gas wells.
The NEW Picarro G2210-i analyzer is designed to address the scientific community’s need for real-time methane emissions source attribution. High-precision atmospheric methane and ethane measurement capabilities, combined with carbon dioxide and water vapor measurements, provide the user with a unique tool to measure and determine the source of methane emissions—including landfills, fracking sites and abandoned oil and gas wells.
Methane is responsible for about 20% of global warming, and about 60% of methane emissions originate from anthropogenic activities. Long-term trend analysis reveals a consistent renewed increase in methane since 2007. The Picarro G2210-i analyzer is ideal for discerning and measuring the source of methane emissions real-time in the field or through grab-sample measurements in the lab.
Visit the Picarro G2210-i webpage for more information including complete specifications and information on our carbon isotope analysis systems.
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