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Gill Ultrasonic Anemometers Incorporated with LI-COR Gas Analysers

Gill Instruments Ltd is pleased to announce the incorporation of Gill ultrasonic anemometers with LI-COR gas analyzers for eddy covariance measurements.

End users will be able to purchase gas analyzers and ultrasonic anemometers directly from LI-COR in the USA or through their network of regional offices and distributors. Gill Instruments will provide technical support for the anemometers from their offices in the UK.

Customers will benefit from a being able to buy a complete package ready configured and from a single source.

For more information about these analyzer and ultrasonic anemometer packages please contact LI-COR at or contact the Gill Instruments technical team.



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