ACOEM scales up air monitoring capabilities with acquisition of DynOptic Systems

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ACOEM Group has accelerated its international expansion and broadened its technical expertise in air and gas monitoring following the acquisition of DynOptic Systems, a specialist manufacturing company that designs and produces a range of continuous emissions monitoring sensors and instruments. The acquisition includes DynOptic Systems’ subsidiary business, Tunnel Sensors, a leader in tunnel atmosphere monitoring equipment.

The acquisition is one of a number made by ACOEM Group recently, including the purchase of Air Monitors Ltd in July 2019, that aim to bring together air, noise and vibration monitoring solutions as one complete offering.

Fabien Condemine, ACOEM CEO, commented, “ACOEM has taken a deliberate step toward becoming a single-source provider of integrated environmental monitoring systems and services to address the growing and future demand for these highly specialized instruments.”

Tunnel Sensors technology by DynOptic is a specialist in the field of tunnel monitoring, with its sensors currently installed in famous road tunnels such as the Mont Blanc Tunnel linking France and Italy, Tunnel du Chat in France, the Dublin Port Tunnel in Ireland, and the newly opened WestConnex motorway in Sydney, Australia. In addition, DynOptic offers an innovative range of opacity, dust, particulate and smoke monitors to suit a variety of continuous gas emission applications such as boilers, filter bag houses, incinerators and other industrial and marine processes.

Paul Jones, DynOptic Systems managing directors, said, “ACOEM has acted quickly in its response to the growing global demand for specialist environmental monitoring technology and instruments. Joining forces with ACOEM Group allows DynOptic Systems to accelerate its research and development and deliver new technologies that meet the needs of customers seeking the highly technical solutions required to monitor and control their urban environments.”

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