GasData GFM435 Landfill gas analyser MCERTS

£4,900.00ex. VAT £5,880.00 inc. VAT

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The GFM 435 is a truly universal landfill gas analyser. Measuring gas concentrations,pressures,flows and temperatures it can be used to equally great effect at peripheral boreholes and gas extraction wells. Contains the following sensor configuration
Infra Red CH4 analysis @ 0-100% / LEL @ 0-100% / Infra Red CO2 @ 0-100% / Electrochemical O2 analysis 0-25 % / CO @ 0-2000ppm & H2S @ 0-5000 ppm

We are the UK leader in Gas Detection and we’re here to help. Call us on 01200 445 804 or email

Key Features:

  • Up to 7 gas analysis channels
  • 4 wavelenght optical infra-red analyser
  • Atmospheric pressure 800-1200mbar
  • Flow range -60 to +100 l/hr
  • Flow resolution 0.1l/hr
  • Borehole pressure +1000/-1000Pa ( typical )
  • Temperature probe input -10 to 100c
  • Vane anemometer input 0.01-40.0m/s
  • Powerful sample pump
  • User replaceable sample filter
  • Field replaceable / rechargeable battery pack
  • Optional flow , pressure and temperature
  • Plug in sensors
  • Open upgrade path
  • Data storage


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