GTI is working with CMR Group to develop and commercialize a cost-competitive Gas Quality Sensor (GQS) that can be used for fast-response monitoring of natural gas and biomethane quality in stationary natural gas engines and turbines, as well as for industrial processes. Pre-commercial units are undergoing testing, and when commercialized, the GQS is expected to be priced competitively to a gas chromatograph, while providing much faster response and lower maintenance costs.
GTI is currently conducting two GQS field demonstrations, and CMR is starting commercial prototype testing with 10-15 potential customers. Commercial sales are expected to begin in early 2019 for stationary engine applications.
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