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Shanghai Yiwin Instrument & Equipment Co,announce sale of CTG Uvilux-CDOM to Zhejiang University

CTG’s agent in China, Jim Hu, Shanghai Yiwin Instrument &Equipment Co is pleased to announce the sale of a UviLux-CDOM to Zhejiang University at the 17th China Water Colour Remote Sensing Conference.

The UviLux is a multi-parameter fluorometer configured to detect either Algae, Aromatic Hydrocarbons or Tryptophan-like fluorescence.

For  more information, contact Jim Hu or CTG's Justin Dunning.

CTG's Justin Dunning presenting "The CTG Multi-parameter Fluorometer – A new approach to insitu fluorescence measurement" at the Marine Autonomy & Technology Showcase, on 14 Nov 2017 at NOC

CTG's Justin Dunning will be presenting "The CTG Multi-parameter Fluorometer – A new approach to insitu fluorescence measurement" at the Marine Autonomy & Technology Showcase, on Tue 14 November 2017 at NOC, Southampton. 

Justin’s presentation will describe CTG’s new V-Lux Multi-parameter fluorometer targeted for detection of Algal fluorescence. This new fluorometer has built on the experience CTG has obtained from the Algal Lux Sensors and the AquaTracka III, which has helped inform on the configuration of the new fluorometer to detect changes in algal group composition.

overseas agents

Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG) specialises in the design and manufacture of a range of sensors & systems for the maritime, marine science, water environmental, defence and process control markets.  “For over 50 years we have been operating globally via a network of overseas agents and partners,” said CTG’s Sales Manager Justin Dunning. “We are now actively seeking new overseas representatives who specialize in our business sectors”. 

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Dr John Attridge, Technical Director presents: “The CTG Multi-parameter Fluorometer: A new approach to in-situ fluorescence measurement” at the 59th Marine Measurement Forum staged by The Hydrographic Society UK at BP’s Upstream Learning Centre, UK on 7th July.   The new multi-parameter fluorometer, the V-Lux, is a low cost, miniaturized, multi-channel sensor providing high quality in-situ detection of Algae, Hydrocarbons, CDOM and Tryptophan like fluorescence. 

FastOcean used world-wide to monitor gross and net primary productivity (GPP and NPP)

To understand how human activities and global climate change affect marine environments, we need to understand the role of phytoplankton and photosynthesis. Scientist around the world are using the CTG FastOcean APD (Ambient Plus Dark) Profiling system and Act2 Laboratory based system  to improve such photosynthesis and GPP measurements. Over the past year, CTG has seen sales of the FastOcean Fast Repetition Rate fluorometers (FRRf) soar with systems now being used across Europe, USA, Australia and China.

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