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Tiger Optics Awarded Rights to Five New Patents for Gas Analysis Technology Advancements
Warrington, PA – February 4, 2008 – Tiger Optics LLC, a leading manufacturer of laser-based trace gas and ambient monitors, today announced that it has received patents rights from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for five new innovations of the company’s patented Continuous Wave Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CW CRDS) technology. Demonstrating Tiger Optics’ focus on research & development and commitment to expanding CW CRDS applications, the new advancements will enable Tiger Optics to offer more versatile and powerful sensors at a more attractive price point to a broader range of customers.
Eight National Laboratories Now Use Tiger Optics Gas Analyzers
Warrington, PA – December 19, 2007 – Tiger Optics LLC, a leading manufacturer of laser-based trace gas analyzers, today announced that eight National Laboratories around the world are using the company’s Continuous Wave Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CW CRDS)-based gas analyzers for research and as a transfer standard. National Laboratories using Tiger Optics’ analyzers are those of the United Kingdom, Finland, Holland, Japan, Korea, China, India, and the United States. The gas standards the National Laboratories formulate and market to the industry are used in myriad applications, including automotive manufacturing, environmental monitoring, and pharmaceuticals, as well as industrial, medical, and specialty gas production.
The PHILADELPHIA 100® Names Tiger Optics the 20th Fastest Growing Privately Held Company in the Philadelphia Region
Warrington, PA – October 10, 2007 –Tiger Optics LLC, a leading manufacturer of laser-based trace gas analyzers, today announced that it has been recognized by the Philadelphia 100® as the 20th fastest growing, privately held company in the 10-county Philadelphia region. The Philadelphia 100 was founded in 1988 to publicly identify, recognize and promote the top 100 young and successful private companies in the Greater Philadelphia region. The annual program is conducted by the Entrepreneurs' Forum of Greater Philadelphia, Philadelphia Business Journal and Wharton Small Business Development Center.
Tiger Optics Makes the PHILADELPHIA 100® As One of the Region’s Fastest Growing Privately-held Companies
Warrington, PA – October 10, 2007 – Tiger Optics LLC, a leading manufacturer of laser-based trace gas analyzers, today announced that it has been recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the 10-county Philadelphia region by being named to the Philadelphia 100®. The Philadelphia 100 was founded in 1988 to publicly identify, recognize and promote young successful companies in the Greater Philadelphia region. The annual program is conducted by the Entrepreneurs' Forum of Greater Philadelphia, Philadelphia Business Journal and Wharton Small Business Development Center.
Tiger Optics Unveils HALO+ Mini CRDS – the Fastest, Most Accurate and Affordable Trace Moisture Analyzer for Ultra-High Purity Gases
San Francisco, CA – July 17, 2007 – Tiger Optics LLC, a leading manufacturer of laser-based trace gas analyzers, today unveiled at SEMICON West the HALO+™, a mini-Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CRDS) analyzer capable of measuring at parts-per-trillion (PPT) levels. Sibling to Tiger’s popular HALO, the new HALO+ is a compact CRDS tool that can analyze moisture in gases down to ultra-low levels with the same unmatched accuracy, speed, repeatability and low cost of ownership for which Tiger Optics analyzers are known worldwide.
Tiger Optics Debuts the Halo, World's First Mini-CRDS Gas Analyzer: Fastest, Most Accurate, and Affordable Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy-based Gas Analyzer Available
Warrington, PA – February 26, 2007 – Tiger Optics LLC, a manufacturer of laser-based trace gas analyzers, today announced the availability of the Halo™, the world’s first mini-Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CRDS) device. The Halo is a compact and affordable gas analyzer, addressing the heretofore unmet need for fast, accurate, calibration-free measures of dedicated analytes in the parts-per-billion (PPB) to parts-per-million range (PPM). Addressing over 400 points worldwide, Tiger’s analyzers offer proven performance, enhanced throughput, and greatly reduced cost of ownership.
Semiconductor Industry’s Stringent Demands for Ultra-High-Purity Gas Levels Met with Award-Winning Trace Analyzer from Tiger Optics
Warrington, PA – September 5, 2006 – For the second consecutive year, Tiger Optics, a provider of highly precise, optical trace gas analyzers and diagnostics, received Gases and Technology Magazine’s Gassy Award at SEMICON West 2006. The magazine recognized Tiger Optics in the field of Gas Analysis for the LaserTrace O2, the industry’s first laser-based trace oxygen analyzer, detecting parts-per-trillion (ppt) in ultra-high-purity gases.
Tiger Optics Introduces World’s First Laser-Based Trace Acetylene Analyzer
Warrington, PA (December 2005) – Tiger Optics is pleased to introduce the advent of an electro-optic acetylene module for its LaserTrace, multi-point, mulit-species, multi-gas analyzer. This is the first acetylene analyzer based on a powerful, proven technology known as Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CRDS), capable of measuring trace acetylene down to 1 part-per-billion (ppb), providing a fast, accurate, and easy-to-use means to detect acetylene contamination.
Tiger Optics Wins “Gassy” Award for Best Gas Analyzer
Warrington, PA (July 2005) - Tiger Optics is the proud winner of the Gases and Technology Magazine 2005 Product Innovation “GASSY” Award. The MTO-LP-H2O was chosen “Best Gas Analyzer”. The award was presented by Bill Burris, publisher and general manager and Paul Nesdore, Chief Editor of Gases and Technology at SEMICON West in San Francisco. The judging was conducted by a prestigious panel of seven gas technology experts representing science, academia and users in industry. Each submission was evaluated on its ability to meet a significant industry challenge; creative application of a new or existing technology; overall quality and consistency of performance; economic merits; and throughput characteristics. Each product was judged specifically on its innovation, cost effectiveness, speed/throughput improvements, quality, and ease of use, maintainability/repair ability, and environmental responsibility.