Welcome to RITTER Engineering!

65 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE MANUFACTURING HIGH PRECISION GAS METERS FOR RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

RITTER Engineering works successfully in the field of thermoplastic engineering for 65 years. Among other products RITTER manufactures Gas Meters made out of various superior thermoplastics and high grade stainless steel, which are used world-wide in research & development laboratories as well as in industry. These meters can be used for volumetric measurement of even highly aggressive gases with laboratory precision.

Worldwide

With over 75 distributors worldwide, use a dense distribution network and get RITTER products directly at the point of contact.

Innovative

The biogas-batch fermentation system with automatic data logging, you save valuable time and receive at the same time up to 16 measurement results!

Maintenance Free

RITTER provides highly accurate measurement, even for highly-aggressive gases – and this for more than 25-years maintenance free!

Upcoming Events

Montag
27
Mai
2019
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EUBCE 2019
2019, Mai 27 - 30

Lisbon Congress Center
Praça das Indústrias, 1300-307 Lisbon
Portugal

Sonntag
23
Juni
2019
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16th IWA World Conference on Anaerobic Digestion
2019, Juni 23 - 27

Delft University of Technology
Mekelweg 5, 2628 CD Delft
Netherlands

Industries for RITTER products

Petrochemistry

Petrochemistry

Chemistry

Chemistry

Steel Industry

Steel Industry

Universities

Universities

Do you know RITTER?

Surely you already know a number of products from the market leader for highly accurate volumetric measurement of gas volume. But do you know who is behind it and how it came to a worldwide distribution network? And anyway: Inventing instruments for highest demands is not a finger snap! Read the whole story ...

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Environmental Technology / Biogas

Environmental Technology / Biogas

»Would not it be great to get several measurements in one operation, especially when it is necessary to detect very small amounts of gas e.g. in the biogas sector in research and development?«

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