8th May 2021

The Smogmobile analyses data and builds awareness at Gloucestershire School for Clean Air Day 2021

Duncan Mounsor Managing Director

As many businesses and environment bodies around the UK prepared for Clean Air Day 2021, ET’s zero emissions air quality laboratory - the Smogmobile, was no exception.

After a thorough check over of all its highly sensitive analysers, the Smogmobile took to the road ahead of June 17th to do some preparatory analysis of air quality at Upton St Leonard Primary School in Gloucestershire, at morning drop off. Pupils were asked to walk, cycle or scoot to school so a comparison study could be performed a week later on CAD 2021.

During the school’s assembly ET’s MD, Duncan Mounsor, gave a virtual presentation about the dangers of air pollution and the small actions we can all take to reduce it. On CAD itself, a truck with an idling engine delivering to the school showed up as a huge spike in emissions, illustrating how there’s no place for idling engines, especially near schools!

Two days ahead of CAD Duncan took the Smogmobile down to Westminster to measure modern urban pollutants including NO2 and PM10 & PM2.5. The study was commissioned by Westminster City Council in conjunction with The Northbank BID as part of their ‘Air Quality Action Day’ initiative. Initially monitoring at The Strand and later at Regents St, it was able to provide real time measurements of nitrogen dioxide emissions, particulates and black carbon to highlight the risks created by pollution from vehicles and engine idling.

Westminster City Council are working hard to improve air quality and reduce carbon emissions through their diesel surcharge scheme and #Don’tbeidle campaign. 

We take pride in helping these initiatives raise community awareness and luckily with the Smogmobile we have the perfect tools to do just that.

Duncan Mounsor talks about how the Smogmobile monitored pollution for Westminster City Council and The Northbank BID

Elevating our expertise through focused training

20th February 2024

Our service engineers Russell Cook, Kevin Phillips, Alexander Uy, and UK Sales Manager for Scientific Applications Lewis John recently completed specialised training at GRIMM's factory in Germany.

Lewis John UK Sales Manager - Scientific Applications

ET's Greenhouse Gas Analyser featured on BBC's Countryfile

9th February 2024

The episode shows Chris Field from The Manchester Metropolitan University making CH4/CO2 measurements with one of the University’s two ABB-LGR GLA132-GGA Ultraportable Greenhouse Gas Analysers.

Duncan Mounsor Managing Director

Our product offering is expanding

1st February 2024

ET will now be offering an array of additional products, including; particulate probes, gas sampling probes, and industrial ambient monitoring and will now stock products by suppliers Sintrol and JCT.

Duncan Mounsor Managing Director