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EMC are currently collaborating with Greenbank Terotech Limited and Cambridge University on a DTI sponsored sensor development project. The aim of the project is to develop solid electrolyte based sensors for the measurement of gaseous sulphur emissions (SO2, SO3, H2S) suitable for the aggressive measurement conditions found in an industrial reactor, stack, and in the environment. This project will push the boundaries of solid electrolyte technology to the measurement of SO2, SO3, and H2S, with high levels of selectivity, accuracy, drift stability and sensitivity.

This project is co-funded by the Technology Strategy Board's Collaborative Research and Development programme, following an open competition. The Technology Strategy Board is an executive body established by the Government to drive innovation. It promotes and invests in research, development and the exploitation of science, technology and new ideas for the benefit of business - increasing sustainable economic growth in the UK and improving quality of life. For more information visit



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