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Tiger Optics Introduces New Product Line for Real-Time, Ultra-Trace Detection of CO and CO2
A Quantum Leap over GC Technology for UHP Gas Analysis
Quarterly Newsletter Fall 2020
French National Metrology Laboratory Validates Tiger’s CRDS Analyzer for Trace Ammonia Measurement || CRDS + APIMS: The Ultimate Solution for Semiconductor UHP Gas Analysis || Unused Budget? Need New Equipment Fast? Place Your Order Now for Delivery by Year-End! || Cost-effective Analyzer Health Check: Ensure Quality & Regulatory Compliance || New Employee Spotlight: Business Manager in China
Quarterly Newsletter Winter 2020
A Message to Our Customers Regarding Coronavirus/COVID-19 || New Headquarters for Increased Production, Customer Service, and more! || Headache-Free Moisture Analysis in Medical Oxygen || Safety Assurance in Air Separation Plants—Directly measure CH4, C2H2 and CO2 with CRDS || Process Insights Acquires Extrel CMS, LLC
Quarterly Newsletter Fall 2019
New Headquarters for Expansion, Continued Growth & Innovation || Real Time, Accurate, Easy and Reliable Trace Methane Analysis || Ensure Hydrogen Quality for Fuel Cell Applications || Take Cleanroom Contamination Control to the Max
Tiger Optics Announces Plan to Relocate and Expand Headquarters
Tiger Optics announced the company’s decision to move its headquarters in January 2020 from its current location in Warrington, Pennsylvania, to a newer, larger facility owned by Workspace Property Trust in Horsham, PA. The strategic move of headquarters will support the company’s accelerated growth plans and facilitate the expansion of its production, R&D, service and training capabilities.
Grand Opening of Process Insights Service Center in China
Tiger Optics continues to expand its International footprint with a NEW Process Insights Customer Service Center in Suzhou, China. We invite you to check out highlights from the fabulous Grand Opening Ceremony that took place in late August, and look forward to providing our customers with enhanced local training and support in Greater China and throughout Asia. Thank you to all who attended to make this event special!
Quarterly Newsletter Summer 2019
Tiger Optics Expands International Footprint With Additional Customer Service In Europe and Asia || Ensure Quality • Performance • Regulatory Compliance • Peace of Mind || Take Contamination Control To The Max || Delivered On Time, Every Time
Quarterly Newsletter Spring 2019
Tiger Optics’ CRDS analyzers aid in international trace moisture comparison
The main mission of the world’s national metrology laboratories is to establish repeatable and comparable measurement standards across the globe. Measuring trace water vapor in gases is of particular interest because many industries, from industrial gas to semiconductor, depend on this critical measurement. In a recently published international comparison between eight leading national laboratories from Europe, Asia and South America, the labs tested their analytical capabilities in measuring ppm-levels of moisture in nitrogen. Different analytical methods were employed, but most labs relied on Tiger’s robust and easy to use Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CRDS) technology, with the Dutch VSL, the UK’s NPL, Brazil’s INMETRO, the Swiss METAS and China’s NMI all using various generations of Tiger Optics analyzers. This experiment highlights once again the important role that Tiger’s trace moisture analyzers have played for many years in the metrology community and how our instruments help to obtain an exact analysis with ease. As a company dedicated to precision measurement, we are proud to be able to support the world’s leading NMIs in their important mission.
Quarterly Newsletter Winter 2018
Quarterly Newsletter Fall 2018
INRiM researchers develop new low-frost-point generator
All of the world’s leading metrology labs provide a primary reference for water vapor to be able to calibrate humidity sensors against a well-defined and stable standard. Most of these primary references are designed for moisture concentrations and pressures that are more typical for the lower atmosphere. The national metrology institute of Italy, INRiM, took a new approach to provide a primary reference for moisture concentrations that are lower than typical, as demonstrated in their recent publication in Measurement Science and Technology*. This new low frost-point generator is intended for the calibration of humidity sensors designed for conditions in the upper atmosphere, and covers the frost point range from -100°C to -20°C.
To evaluate their new standard, INRiM researchers relied on a pair of Tiger Optics CRDS trace moisture analyzers, one HALO RP analyzer for lower H2O concentrations and one Spark analyzer for the higher range. Both analyzers showed excellent agreement. All measurements are also consistent with the expected value within the reported measurement uncertainty, providing researchers an easy and reliable initial evaluation of their new generator.
*R. Cuccaro et al., Meas. Sci. Techn. 29, 054002 (2018), https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6501/aaa785