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Diamond Scientific - Authorized Distributor

We are dedicated to providing the most advanced sensor technology and product durability while reducing total cost of ownership. Diamond Scientific - Authorized Distributor
Address625 Peachtree Street Cocoa, FL 32922 USA
Phone+1 (321) 223-7500
Fax+1 (321) 747-0316
Contact personRamon Rivera
Working hours9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Diamond Systems LLC is a Veteran Administration verified VOSB and HUBZONE Certified Company providing field and fixed laboratory and portable products, safety equipment, for clinical, research, environmental, and hazardous applications. Our customers and focus includes IVF labs, food, brewery, pharmaceutical sciences, air and water quality researchers, landfill-bio digester applications and safety equipment for toxic gas, national security and personal protection.

Over 35 years of experience with environmental applications and 100 years of collective manufacturing, representing manufacturers with USA based operations, offering ISO 9001, UL and safety related certifications for their products and solutions.

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Products and Services

The 300 CO carbon dioxide detector can reliably and quickly detect toxic carbon monoxide in ambient air. The alarm has a loud acoustic signal and a flashing display.
The SWG 300-1 is a multi-component extractive cold-dry gas analyzer. The NDIR modules measure continuously, selectively and highly accurately within the ppm range.
The NOVA compact is a compact combustion gas analyzer. It simultaneously measures up to 4 gas components.
The DM 9600 is a precision manometer used for accurate pressure, differential pressure, and temperature measurements. The DM 9600 has 0.5% accuracy and resolution to 0.001.

Articles and publications

Nutrient laden wastewater has fueled toxic algal blooms that have clogged freshwater systems worldwide, including Florida’s estuaries, the Mississippi River Basin.
The tiered methane observation program will use towers, aircraft, on-road vehicle surveys, post-meter residential and commercial measurements, and low-cost sensors to detect methane emissions.