Expertise, Innovation, Excellence
Groupe TERA presentation
Founded in 2001 by Pascal Kaluzny, Groupe TERA is a unique player in the world for its expertise in air quality and its control of the entire chain from laboratory analysis to the development of innovative sensors.
With 2 laboratories specialized in the analysis of chemical contaminants (based in Grenoble and Aix-en-Provence) and a high-performance analytical equipment, Groupe TERA operates in the areas of analytical chemistry, engineering and R&D.
Teams of experts composed of fifty employees (engineers, technicians, sales ...) work to develop tailored solutions to meet the current challenges in the air chemical characterization of the environments but also in the collection, processing and dissemination of data.
Engaged in a quality management policy, team's primary objective is to comply with customer requirements be they health, environment, industry professionals, or local authorities. Today Groupe TERA also offers its expertise to public service with an application development activity and the creation of innovative connected devices.
Our core values
For 15 years now, Groupe TERA is committed to working on air quality issues to contribute to the development of a healthier world.
From product design to systems definition, our teams and partners work to develop sustainable and human oriented solutions. To do so, Groupe TERA spends almost 20% of its turnover in Research and Innovation.
Today, we provide professional, communities or citizens, a set of products and services for air quality measurement and real-time analysis for any environment.
A dedicated team
Our laboratory accreditations guarantee our quality commitment in the field of indoor air, ambient air and emissions from stationary sources.
The responsiveness of our account managers ensures a perfect tracking of your enquiries, from quotation to results delivery.
Sampling Equipment provision
With over 500 customer references, and because every project is different, we provide you adapted equipment to perform air samplings.