Join CAS in beautiful Portland, Oregon for the USEPA National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference. The conference is being held at the Marriott Portland Downtown Waterfront.
GET ESSENTIAL TRAINING ON AIR MONITORING TOPICS! Whether your previous air monitoring experience spans months, years, or decades, this conference will provide you with the skills and information to help prepare for the future challenges of air monitoring.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? State, local, Tribal and international air quality staff involved with operating, planning, or managing air monitoring networks and reporting data to AQS, AIRNOW, and other users. We also encourage other stakeholders including health researchers, dispersion modelers, data analysts, and air quality policy staff to attend to gain additional perspectives on how air monitoring data are collected and utilized.
For more information on this conference visit the official conference website
CAS recently designed, manufactured and integrated a Turn-Key Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Station that was sent to the country of Jamaica. This station consists of a CAS 9001 Series Shelter mounted to a trailer for transport. The Station is integrated with instrumentation to measure NOx, SO2 and O3. The station was also equipped with a detachable meteorological tower for meteorological measurements.
CAS recently delivered a 9001 Series Shelter to an air quality agency in the Northeastern United States. This shelter is equipped with the CAS electric jack system that allows for the shelter to be safely raised off the ground and attached to a trailer for transport. For more information on this or other style CAS shelters please contact the CAS sales team.
CAS hosted our Inaugural Technical Training on January 10-13, 2017. Training topics included Ambient Air Quality Monitoring and Natural Gas Measurement Techniques. The training was attended by groups from Latin America, South America, and Europe. Thank you to all who attended. Stay tuned for more information on Technical Training.
CAS is proud to announce the opening of our new Technical Training Center! The CAS Technical Training Center is equipped with state-of-the-art audio and visual equipment and has the capacity to host groups of up to 50. CAS will be hosting training throughout the year on such topics as:
We recently manufactured and installed a CAS 9005 Series Industrial Shelter at a natural gas facility. This shelter is a combination building that contains separate compartments for Analytical, Odorization and RTU. For more information on the 9005 Series or our other series of shelters please visit the shelter webpage, give us a call at 513-542-1200 or contact us via email at email@example.com
CAS recently delivered and installed a Turn-Key PAMS Auto-GC in the Northeast.
The AirmOzone PAMS Auto-GC has been developed specifically to address the challenges of continuous online monitoring in the growing Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) network. The AirmOzone can be integrated into any existing Ambient Monitoring Station, and MODBUS output allows for communication with your current Data Acquisition System (DAS). The AirmOzone is a rack-mountable, automated, rugged and industrial system that provides an ideal solution for network operators being tasked with continuous measurement of VOCs. This integrated solution provides unsurpassed separation of VOCs and exceptional stability and accuracy of results. The AirmOzone requires very little maintenance and offers the lowest cost of ownership on the market. The Flame Ionization Detector (FID) allows for no interference from competing compounds.
For more information on the CAS solution please contact via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 513-542-1200.
Earlier this week CAS installed two 9001 Series Ambient Monitoring Shelters in Minnesota. The shelters are upgrades to existing Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Stations. The stations are in place to measure criteria pollutants including Particulate and Gases. For more information on our 9001 Series Shelters please visit the 9001 Series link or give us a call at 513-542-1200.
CAS recently installed an 8′ x 14′ Air Quality Monitoring Shelter in beautiful Northern California. This Shelter will be used to house instrumentation for monitoring particulate matter and ozone. Thanks to all involved in making this project happen.