GRI selects Heath Consultants to market leak detection device

May 1997
Underground Construction;May97, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p66
Trade Publication
Reports on Gas Research Institute's selection of Heath Consultants Inc., as its commercialization partner to manufacture and market an optical methane detector. Holding of field tests of a prototype with support from natural gas utilities; Advantages of the OMD technology over flame ionization detection technology.


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