Tunable is currently working on a collaboration project with Statnett, Hafslund and Statkraft among others, to develop an analyzer for monitoring gas in transformer oil. By monitoring the evolution of gas, it will enable identification of faults at an early stage. The final solution will help the electric power industry improving the reliability as well as optimize investment in high-voltage transformers.Read More
Tunable is developing a CO2-analyzer for aquaculture purposes that meets the aquaculture industry requirements with the support of the Norwegian research council through their project “Watersense”.
The Norwegian fish farming industry are asking for new tools that can provide better control of the water quality in land-based and closed fish farms, motivated by the possibility to improve fish health and wellbeing, and operate more environmentally friendly.
In Norway, land-based and closed fish farms are today in large limited to about 180 hatcheries, where farmed fish spend the first part of their lifecycle before they are transported to facilities offshore. Future trends point towards farmed fish being kept for a longer period of their life cycle at land-based sites and a transition to closed offshore facilities. This trend is motivated by a desire to limit the environmental impact of offshore fish farming (e.g. challenges with lice, escapes, and food and medicines pollution).Read More
The suffering of animals is the main reason to care about animal welfare. In addition, we know that animals breed in conditions in which they can thrive provide the best financial returns. CO2 analysis is highly important for the fish welfare.Read More
Natural Gas Analyzer from Tunable in use by Höegh LNG
LNG Höegh LNG operates world-wide with a leading position as owner and operator of floating LNG import terminals; floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs), and is one of the most experienced operators of LNG Carriers (LNGCs).Read More