SpectraSensors Will Exhibit at Western Gas Short Measurement Course 2007

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Exhibition will include moisture analyzer and portable gas analyzer.

SpectraSensors, Inc. (SSI), one of the world's foremost developers of advanced electro-optically based sensors, is pleased to announce that the company will be exhibiting at Western Gas Short Measurement Course (WGMSC) 2007 in Seattle, WA.

SSI will be exhibiting the following products at booth number 32:

SpectraSensors SS2000 CO2 or Moisture Analyzer.
Spectrasensors SS2000 CO2 or Moisture Analyzer is an extremely reliable extractive sensor using SSI's line-spectroscopy technology. The sensor measures concentrations of moisture and H2S using an IR laser and special software and electronics to determine the concentration of gas without coming into physical contact with it.

SpectraSensors SS1000 Portable Gas Analyzer.
SpectraSensors SS1000 Portable Moisture Analyzer is a highly mobile, battery-powered moisture or carbon dioxide analyzer utilizing the same extraordinary sensor technology as the SS2000.The instrument is designed for convenience and allows for fast and easy measurements in the field.

More information: http://www.spectrasensors.com

Link to WGMSC Program Guide: http://www.wgmsc.com

About SpectraSensors
SSI is a leading manufacturer of its well-known optically based gas analyzers and moisture sensors for analytical process markets. SSI uses Tunable Diode Lasers Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS) in an array of products such as Ambient Air Monitoring Analyzers, Moisture Analyzers (Hygrometers) and Gas Analyzers for Natural Gas Pipelines and Processors, Petrochemical Refineries and Chemical Companies. SpectraSensors Gas Analyzers measure Moisture (H2O), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Methane (CH4), Sulfur Dioxide (SO2), Ammonia (NH3) Ethylene Oxide (ETO) and more.

Sam Miller
SpectraSensors Inc.
http://www.spectrasensors.com
P: 800-619-2861, ext. 4106
F: 909-948-4166

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