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About SpectraSensors - Water Vapor Sensing System

SpectraSensors is a technology spin-off of the NASA/Caltech Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, CA, and was incorporated in 1999. SpectraSensors solutions and technologies are for the measurement and monitoring of chemical concentrations in vapor and liquid in a variety of industries such as environmental, energy, water, and chemical process monitoring. The company uses spectroscopy techniques that have been in practice for many years but per the company, recent advancements in semiconductor lasers have made this technology economically viable for a host of commercial applications. SpectraSensors standard products include moisture (H2O) sensors for atmospheric measurement, moisture and carbon dioxide (CO2) measurement in natural gas, and arsenic (As) detection in water. SpectraSensors also aims to offer OEM packages to companies looking for sensor head modules as well as special orders for the measurement of other compounds such as CH4, NH3, HCl, H2S, CO, and NO.On September 20th, 2021, SpectraSensors - Water Vapor Sensing System was acquired by FLYHT. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

SpectraSensors - Water Vapor Sensing System Headquarter Location

4333 W Sam Houston Pkwy N Suite 100

Houston, Texas, 77043,

United States

909-948-4100

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