Our new nCLD Series analyzers made their debut at the EUEC (Energy, Utility and Environmental Conference) in San Diego February 8 – 10, 2017.  After listening to our customers, we set out to design an analyzer which uses state of the art components and arranges them in a way that allows for more efficient and expedited servicing.

Using SMD (Surface Mount Device) technology and a re-imagination of how best to manage the cables and circuits inside our analyzers, we came up with a design that allows for  better and simpler access to the most commonly serviced items.

With an onboard computer and a crisp, clean and easy to read 8 inch touch screen LCD display, operating the analyzer and storing measurements and results are simple, and ready for your most demanding applications.

Testimonial from Andre Boehman at the University of Michigan

February 21, 2017

“We had excellent success with our ECO PHYSICS NOx analyzer.  The features that we liked most were that it gave reliable NO/NOx measurements for our diesel engine research and was stable throughout a day of testing. Getting both NO and total NOx as separate readings during our experiments in real time was a great feature […]

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Advances in Accuracy in Supreme Line NOx Analyzers

February 21, 2017

The CLD 811 Supreme line NOx analyzer is now sensitive to 1 ppb! Continuous development work has resulted in this improvement over the previous detection limit of 10 ppb. Now, with a range from 10,000 ppm to 1 ppb, this instrument covers an amazing range of seven decades.  No other instrument can match this dynamic […]

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Continental Automotive’s Smart NOx Sensors

February 21, 2017

Continental Automotive uses ECO PHYSICS NOx Analyzers f or testing and quality assurance in production of Smart NOx Sensors for diesel engines. Recently awarded the Automotive News PACE Award, the Smart NOx Sensor is the first on-board sensor capable of direct measurement of NOx in ppm levels. The sensor, developed in cooperation with NGK Insulators, allows […]

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Virginia Tech uses CLD 88 for Ambient NOx

February 21, 2017

“We use our [CLD] 88 Y [NOx Analyzer] in a mobile laboratory to measure NOx at ambient levels. We use a technique called eddy covariance to measure vertical fluxes of NOx with a 14 meter mast on our mobile laboratory. The 88 Y has the best time resolution and sensitivity of any commercially available NOx […]

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