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Thermo Fisher Scientific acquires emissions-monitoring assets from Eptek

By Mary Page Bailey |

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (Waltham, Mass.; www.thermofisher.com) announced it has completed the acquisition of certain assets from EPTEK Technology Co. Ltd. and several related entities with offices in Taiwan and mainland China.  

The assets acquired include volatile organic compound (VOC) continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMS) used to measure and analyze air quality across a range of industrial applications. These technologies will be integrated into Thermo Fisher’s Analytical Instruments segment. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The VOC CEMS complement the company’s extensive line of environmental and air quality monitoring solutions for detecting a variety of gaseous and aerosol pollutants. VOC CEMS is an expanding market opportunity in China as customers need advanced monitoring instrumentation and software to help them comply with new and rapidly evolving environmental standards. 

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