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MIRAN SapphIRe Ambient Air Analyzer

February 4, 2003

Health & Safety

FRANKLIN, MA (February 4, 2003) Thermo Environmental Instruments Inc. (TEI), a Thermo Electron Corporation business (NYSE:TMO) and world leader in the development and manufacture of environmental instrumentation announces, the enhanced MIRAN SapphIRe ambient air analyzer.

The MIRAN SapphIRe Ambient Air Analyzer is the most versatile, and most powerful gas detection system on the market. Ideal for safety professionals and emergency response teams, it allows you to identify and qualify hazardous spills and emissions. Using infrared spectroscopy, a single unit is able to accurately measure more than 100 gases in real time.

You will begin to see us identifying ourselves as Environmental Instruments of Thermo Electron, but be assured that the TEI product line you have relied on for over 30 years will continue to be an important part of the Thermo Electron Corporation.

Some of the quality products offered by the Environmental Instruments include:
Stack gas monitors
Particulate/aerosol monitors
Radiation monitors
Ambient air monitors
Portable and fixed gas detection instruments
Water quality testing devices

Thermo Electron Corporation is a global leader in providing technology-based instruments, components, and systems that offer total solutions for markets ranging from life sciences to telecommunications to food, drug, and beverage production. The companys powerful technologies help researchers sift through data to make discoveries that will fight disease or prolong life. They allow manufacturers to fabricate critical components required to increase the speed and quality of communications. And they automatically monitor and control online production to ensure that quality standards are met safely and efficiently. Themo Electron, based in Waltham, Massachusetts, reported $2.2 billion in revenues in 2000 and employs approximately 12,000 people worldwide. For more information on Thermo Electron, visit http://www.thermo.com.

Media Contact Information:
Thermo Electron Corporation
Environmental Instruments
Stephanie Kubina
Phone: 510-429-7263
Email: stephanie.kubina@thermo.com


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