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POLLUTEC 2014

LDI participates at Pollutec 2014 alongside our partners Anael and Cometec from France. We are there to showcase the ROW hydrocarbon detection system. Oil spill pollution can come from many sources not just oil and gas. Manufacturers of cement or food to residence areas can spill oils and have a devastating effect down-stream.

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Oil Spill Response, Beijing

LDI, in cooperation with Shanghai Yiwin Instrument & Equipment, exhibited at the Oil Spill Response Workshop (OSRW 2014) in Beijing, China. The Chinese market is vast and highly industrialized. Pollution is a major concern, so the ROW oil on water detector is the perfect instrument to mitigate oil spills before they spread.

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ROW feature in magazine

The ROW hydrocarbon detector system for monitoring oil on water is fully designed and manufactured in Estonia. LDI is a small company that specializes in optics, non-contact detection technology and fluorescence. We want to makes industrial and environmental monitor easier and more prevalent.

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ROW at ONS 2014, Norway

LDI exhibited our newest ROW ATEX EXD model at ONS (Offshore Northern Seas) with our partner Houm, in Norway. With Oil and Gas being so critical Norwegian wealth, safe-guarding against devastating oil spills requires quality monitors that provide 24/7 monitoring and fast, reliable alerts.

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LDI HQ Move

Laser Diagnostic Instruments AS new address is Kopliranna 49, Tallinn, Estonia. LDI now has the added advantage of being located next to the sea and in an industrial port. R&D and all our field testing becomes much easier so we can produce a sound reliable instrument.

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LDI at IOSC 2014

LDI attends and exhibits at the annual IOSC 2014 to showcase our newest sensor, the ROW oil spill detection system. We use non-contact fluorescence technology so oil spills get detected, and maintenance is kept to a bare minimum. Find out more about the ROW today.

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Oil Spill at the Pakri Islands

Estonian authorities are investigating a suspected oil spill in Pakri Islands. Bunker fuel is suspected in the water. Oil spills can happen at anytime, day or night. Early detection and fast alerts coupled with 24//7 monitoring are critical to mitigating potential disasters.

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