Tunable is making gas analyzers based on micro- and nanotechnology. Our analyzers can measure multiple gases simultaneously, are highly sensitive, small, robust, and can be adapted to a wide range of applications.
The new technology enables detection and quantification of several gases with high accuracy and high sensitivity.
The gas analyzers utilize the latest developments in micro- and nanotechnology, combined with reliable and proven principles.
The analyzer technology is based on optical measurement methods allowing fast response time, low maintenance and long lifespan.
The Tunable T1000 analyzer is one of the most compact Natural Gas Analyzers on the market. It is designed for use in hazardous areas (Zone 1). A field proven IR source, our proprietary tunable filter and no moving parts ensure a robust solution requiring only a minimum level of maintenance. ...read more
Tunable T2000 - Marine CEMS analyzer is designed to simplify emissions monitoring. The sample cell design ensures fast exchange of the sample gas keeping the response time at a minimum. The analyzer is designed to meet the requirements in MARPOL Annex VI ...read more
Tunable's technology platform provides true real-time multi-gas analysis with a minimum level of required calibration and maintenance. It greatly simplifies gas analysis and enables data collection in applications where there are currently no viable solutions. Our current product portfolio offers natural gas analyzers and solutions for emission analytics, and we continue to develop and refine our technology for other applications.
Kristian Hovet CEO, Tunable AS
Our technology is only a result of the hard work from our expert team within nanotechnology and spectroscopic design. The team has made it possible to realize the most compact, high performance gas analyzer seen so far. And we will not stop at the current implementation. Our objective is to keep optimizing the technology to offer solutions for applications where gas analysis previously has been impossible.
Thor Bakke CTO, Tunable AS