- Published: Monday, 26 January 2015 15:56
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) "intends to negotiate on a sole source basis with Duvas Technologies LTD, London, UK for an ultraviolet (UV) spectroscopy instrument (model DV3000-F) to be used in an existing EPA Geospatial Measurement of Air Pollution (GMAP) system. EPA designed this mobile monitoring system and selected the UV spectrometer instrument produced by Duvas Technologies to be included in the system. The DUVAS model DV3000-F is unique in that it is compatible with the technology currently used in the EPA GMAP system. The EPA GMAP system contains custom hardware and software specifically designed to work with the Duvas Technology. Therefore, based on the unique instrument design, performance, form factor, and previous engineering investment, the Duvas model DV3000-F has been determined to be an acceptable replacement." The full statement of intent can be found here.