EML are specialist UK manufacturers of precipitation sensors (rain gauges and detectors), wind sensors (anemometers), radiation shields (naturally aspirated Stevenson screens), weather stations and other Meteorology/Hydrology equipment. We have over 20 years services and project management experience for small and large clients. EML are the friendly Hydro-Met team that get the job done. Environmental Measurements Limited (EML) was established in 1985. Back in the early 80's a new type of rain gauge was developed with an aerodynamic shape. This was our first product the ARG100 and is still manufactured today.
Our most famous products are our aerodynamic rain gauges! These striking instruments don't just look good, they provide more accurate data than any competitors, because of how they look! To find out more read our white paper.
Instruments also manufactured in the UK by EML include cup and vane anemometers, radiation screens, surface wetness probes and more. This means that EML are extremely proficient at providing cost-effective, durable and accurate weather stations to their customers.
EML use their 30+ years of expertise as a UK manufacturer to design and build innovative Hydro-Met systems which cater for a broad range of customers, across both the public and private sectors.
UK Met Office:
"EML were awarded a place on the Met Office framework agreement for the supply of Tipping Bucket Rain Gauges as a result of their successful participation in our tender.... The tender assessed supplier bids against commercial capability, technical specification requirements and whole life costing and contracts were awarded against the Most Economically Advantageous criteria."
Sellafield Sites - Complex Wind and Weather system (Nuclear Industry):
“EML has a very enthusiastic team willing to go the extra mile. Their expert knowledge and experience showed, ensured the project was finished on scheduled even with the tightest of deadlines. Our system has been working faultlessly since the installation.”
Rain Monitoring Project in Vietnam: 'REMATCH'
EML installed two telemetered rainfall systems providing real-time data to the web. These data are used as a tool for building resilience to multi-source flooding through a technology-informed community-based approach. This project was undertaken in collaboration with Newcastle University and was funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). EML are very proud to be involved in many projects in the developing world.
EML are involved in extensive research work aimed at improving understanding of the rainfall measurement problem, and are committed to developing new innovative technology to measure rainfall more accurately. To learn more about the problem caused by the wind-induced error, and to understand how we minimise it, read the following document.
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