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We Are Recruiting – Supply Chain Coordinator.

Due to our continued expansion, Acoem Dynoptic (Dynoptic Systems Ltd) are pleased to announce a new opportunity for a Supply Chain Coordinator to join our team based at our head office near Banbury in Oxfordshire. The successful candidate’s primary objective will be to oversee the procurement and receipt of all materials and/or services across the company. …

New Acoem Dynoptic Brochure

The new ACOEM Dynoptic Solution Snapshot brochure is now available to download. This brochure has been created to support ACOEM Dynoptic’s range of opacity, dust and particulate monitors. It provides information about the company, its products and applications. Please click the link below to download your copy. ACOEM-Dynoptic-Solution-Snapshot-brochure-20220505 Technical, product specific datasheets are also available…

Company Announcement – New Management Structure

Today we are announcing that Paul Jones has stepped down as managing director of Dynoptic Systems Ltd. Paul had successfully led the business for over 25 years and had been instrumental in establishing and growing the Tunnel Sensors division of Dynoptic, culminating in the acquisition of Dynoptic & Tunnel Sensors by the Acoem group in…

ISO 9001 recertification for Acoem Dynoptic & Tunnel Sensors

Dynoptic Systems Ltd (incorporating Tunnel Sensors) – an Acoem Group company has achieved recertification of the British Assessment Bureau ISO-9001:2015 quality management system. This covers the design, manufacture and marketing of a range of instrumentation for the environmental emissions control and road tunnel markets. We’re all pleased with the result which confirms our commitment to…

Acoem Dynoptic – accurate monitor alignment

Ensuring accurate monitor alignment across the stack is a critical part of the process when installing and commissioning an Acoem Dynoptic emission monitor. Our single pass monitoring systems consist of a transmitter head (TX) that emits a narrow optical beam of light, to achieve a strong measurable signal, this beam must align with the receiver…
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