Tiger Optics Surpasses 500 CW-CRDS Analyzers in Use, Debuts LaserTrace+ Line

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Tiger Optics expects continued growth through product enhancements and affordable upgrades.

By offering enhanced software and upgradable hardware improvements, our longstanding customers can enjoy the same advantages as new LaserTrace+ owners.

Tiger Optics, a leading manufacturer of laser-based trace gas analyzers, today announced that it has over 500 analyzers in service across the world, using its patented continuous wave cavity ring-down spectroscopy (CW-CRDS) technology. Tiger Optics' CW-CRDS analyzers, the most stable, accurate, and widely used form of CRDS, currently provide gas analysis to the gas, semiconductor, laboratory, chemical and other industries in more than 23 countries.

As part of the commitment to user satisfaction that has lead to over 80 percent return customer rates, Tiger Optics has enhanced its popular LaserTrace line. The key elements of the new LaserTrace+ line are its solid laser-locked optical design, built-in auto-verification, faster speed of response, and improved data display and handling. Users can upgrade their existing Tiger tools to LaserTrace+ performance levels with affordable TigerPro software combined with the new reference cell.

"Our original analyzers are so versatile and robust that it's our goal to keep them evergreen for our users," explains Tiger's CEO, Lisa Bergson. "By offering enhanced software and upgradable hardware improvements, our longstanding customers can enjoy the same advantages as new LaserTrace+ owners."

The LaserTrace+ line of products provides multi-point analysis of inert, toxic, hydride and corrosive gases. It offers a growing array of molecular components, including moisture, oxygen, methane, formaldehyde, ammonia, hydrogen cyanide, and other species of interest to Tiger's diverse customer base. Plus, it affords the widest dynamic range, from parts-per-trillion to parts-per-million of any dedicated analyzer in the market today.

"With users from so many industries spanning global markets, we are constantly looking for new and better ways to enhance their experience of CW-CRDS technology," Bergson notes. "The new LaserTrace+ line, combined with affordable upgrades available for the hundreds of Tiger Optics analyzers already in use, offers our customers viable alternatives even in trying times."

The LaserTrace+ line is immediately available, providing CW-CRDS analysis into parts-per-trillion levels of species, including H20, NH3, CH4, and more. The multi-point LaserTrace+ line is a complementary product to the single-point HALO+ line of analyzers that also provides parts-per-trillion levels of analysis, but in a compact framework for stationary and mobile analysis. More information on the LaserTrace+, HALO+, and other Tiger Optics' CW-CRDS analyzers and monitors can be found on http://www.tigeroptics.com.

About Tiger Optics:
Tiger Optics, LLC leads the way in 21st Century Spectroscopy by bringing to market the world's first commercial gas analyzers based on patented Continuous Wave Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CW-CRDS) technology. Tiger Optics' cutting edge gas analyzers offer unparalleled and absolute accuracy, real-time response, high sensitivity and low cost of ownership. It serves the most demanding applications for an array of analytes, including moisture, oxygen, methane, acetylene, hydrogen cyanide, formaldehyde, and ammonia. As a result, the company's analyzers have been designated transfer standards by nine of the world's leading National Laboratories. With over 500 analyzers sold, Tiger Optics is now improving process yields for companies worldwide in a host of industries, including: semiconductor, laboratory, process control, automotive, and alternative energy; as well as industrial, specialty, and ultra-high-purity gas. Headquartered in Warrington, PA, Tiger Optics is represented in the United States and internationally by a select group of sales and service organizations highly experienced in gas analysis and well versed in the advantages of CW-CRDS technology. For additional information, visit http://www.tigeroptics.com


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