Darley Dale (Derbyshire), UK/Markranstädt (Leipzig), Germany. CEM Solutions (UK) Ltd has been successfully selling measurement technology made by "Dr. Födisch Umweltmesstechnik AG" since 2013. This long-standing sales and service partnership has now resulted in Dr. Födisch Umwelt-messtechnik AG (Dr. Födisch UMT AG) acquiring a stake in CEM Solutions (UK) Ltd. With this in-vestment, the company is securing an increasingly important share of the British market. In 2020, the UK was the third most important export market after China and Vietnam, making CEM Solutions (UK) Ltd one of the strongest sales partners worldwide. With the 25.1% shareholding, both partners expect to strengthen their competitiveness, intensify their cooperation and create further synergies.
Hamburg/Markranstädt (Leipzig), Germany. The Hamburg-based startup Breeze Technologies and the medium-sized business Dr. Födisch Umweltmesstechnik AG from Markranstädt have announced their cooperation to develop the digital future of ambient emission monitoring. Customers of Födisch will be able to manage their measurement data through Breeze Technologies’ Environmental Intelligence Cloud, while Breeze will also be able to offer emission measurement technology from Födisch.
The highly-skilled team of the company Evrotechlab Ltd. (Saint Petersburg) set up a continuous emission monitoring system (CEMS) to the flues of steam boilers No. 1 to 6 of the Karmanovskaya GRES TPP (1.8 MW) in Neftekamsk, Russia.
The CEMS is installed inside an all-weather shelter and is equipped with a sample switching system to switch between 4 streams. CO, SO2, CH4, NO and O2 are continuously measured by means of the MGA 12 gas analyser.
The system comes along with the necessary metrological certification.
Thanks to Evrotechlab Ltd. for their professional system integration and great local support!
11th Feb 2021
MECIE Environment – Chemical Industrial Equipments and Machineries Co, Ltd. (Vietnam) receives award „Partner of the Year 2020“. MECIE developed a CEMS based on the NDIR gas analyser MGA 12 of Dr. Födisch UMT AG and reached excellent sales figures in 2020. Find out more about it from our sales manager Thomas Lambertz and sales colleague Fanlei Chen(responsible for the sales partner Mecie, among others).
28th Jan 2021
The team around Prof. Dittler (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) is currently testing together with the R&D team of Dr. Födisch UMT AG prototypes of the new and smart NO2 sensor (GSD 19). Measurement campaigns lasting several months (comparison measurements), etc. realized at immission measuring points of the Landesanstalt für Umwelt Baden-Württemberg. Both locations close to traffic and far away from traffic routes were selected for the field test.*
The GSD 19 will be commercially available from May 2021. The GSD 19 will be available for measurements in ambient air (measuring range NO2: 0 ... 1ppm) and at workplaces (measuring range NO2: 0 ... 2ppm).
This can be used as an add-on to the fine dust sensors from Dr. Födisch UMT AG (FDS 15) for continous air quality monitoring. All mentioned sensor are designed for outdoor use.
* The project is co-financed by the BMWi.
22nd Jan 2021
During production of cast parts for engines and transmissions in a well-known automobile company, odour emissions are released. Exhaust air filters are used to reduce the unavoidable odour emissions.
Can the efficiency of such air filters be monitored? Yes.
For this purpose, the measuring gas is fed to one single analyser via two sample probes (before and after the filter) and lines to determine the total carbon content. The delta of the measured values is an indicator of the correct function of the air filter.
3rd Dec 2020
Here you find some of our publications released in English.
Dr. Födisch Umweltmesstechnik AG has acquired EP Ehrler Prüftechnik Engineering GmbH as subsidiary.
This year we are represented at the world’s leading trade fair for the maritime industry - the SMM in Hamburg. Visit us in hall A1, stand 512.
Visit the international leading show for the process industries and meet us local as exhibitor.
Current research projects
The focus of the 18-month project is the development of the continuous acid dew point measurement (methodology and technology). The idea of the research and product development project is based on variety of concrete applications from the chemical, energy and environmental sectors. These sectors have been facing the similar problem for years – namely this means that in combustion plants at a certain exhaust gas temperature, the sulphur oxides react to sulfuric acid which is harmful to the plant in the presence of water vapour. In order to counteract the devastating corrosion process, the exhaust gas temperatures are usually kept well above the acid dew point. The energy expenditure for this is very high, consequently are also the ecological damages considerable. The target is to use appropriate measuring technology to keep the exhaust gas temperature as close as possible above the actual acid dew point, in order to achieve a lower energy input, higher power output and to reduce CO2, SO2 and NOx emissions.
Male piglets produce hormones upon their sexual maturity which can initiate a disagreeable boars’ smell. This smell can decrease the sales of boars’ meat in Germany and Europe. Early slaughter and manual odour tests are currently applied. Legal basic conditions aggravate other methods which are used in the early phase of the boars’ growth. From 2019 onwards the piglets’ castration without anaesthesia will be forbidden. Vaccinations shall find a remedy, however these are not the optimal solution with regard to consumer protection.
In the current R&D project a quick test automatic based on metal oxide sensor technology shall be developed for the application on the slaughter line in order to standardise the judgement of the smell objectively. The project has started on 1st of August 2016 and will be performed in cooperation with the Frankenförder research institute and a company (slaughterhouse) from Thuringia.
Project IoSense kicked off on 19. May 2016 in Dresden. 28 partners from 7 European countries launched the project "Flexible Sensor pilot line for IoT", in short: IoSense, on the 19th of May 2016 by consortium leader Infineon Dresden. The whole funding volume of the project is 65 million euros. Funding sponsors are the European Commission, the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research and the Free State of Saxony. Dr. Födisch Umweltmesstechnik AG hereby profits by the further development of the fine dust sensor FDS 15 to chip level, being so prepared for the future requirements of industry 4.0.
Dr. Födisch Umweltmesstechnik AG is sponsoring an innovation project.
Feb 2016 to Jan 2019