Marine Emissions

Gases for monitoring emissions from marine engines

Shipping companies will be required to significantly reduce their emissions and monitor, control and report emissions from ships more closely.

Marine emissions testing

Compliance with IMO regulations

The regulations adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Annex VI of MARPOL, require a gradual reduction of the main pollutant molecules in the coming years - sulfur oxides (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), carbon dioxide (CO2), but also gases such as ammonia (NH3), hydrocarbons (CnHm) and other greenhouse gases (GHG) are of great importance.

These regulations require that analytical equipment be used to measure ship emissions and that the instrument be calibrated using recognised reference gases.

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Worldwide availability of IMO calibration gas

  • Accredited, Accurate Plural Component Calibration Gases with Guaranteed Stability
  • Instrument Support Gases, FID Fuel, Zero Gas and High Purity Gases
  • Convenient cylinder sizes available for both portable and fixed surveillance equipment
  • Appendages for calibrating analysis equipment.
  • Worldwide transport and delivery


  • Handy and user-friendly packaging, ranging from small portable to large cylinders.
  • Standard range of mixed gases for any analytical instrument
  • Gas handling equipment to facilitate mobility during use
  • Optionally available with LABTOP™ built-in pressure regulator

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