The Energy and Environmental Laboratory is one of the research and service laboratories that is managed directly by the ITS Directorate of Research and Community Service (DRPM). This laboratory has the main task of supporting and carrying out ITS superior research as well as providing consulting, analysis and training services in the field of energy and engineering for the community.
This laboratory was built in mid 2009. The commissioning of the building and equipment was carried out at the end of 2009 and started operating in March 2010. The expansion of the laboratory has been carried out with the construction of an energy laboratory II building in the ITS Research Center area with a floor area of about 2400 m
Energy and environmental laboratories are equipped with advanced analytical instruments, laboratories, portable instruments for field surveys, workshop buildings, offices for visiting researchers and doctoral students as well as rooms for education and training.
The main instrumentation in the Energy and Engineering Study Laboratory includes SEM-EDX, XRD, AFM, ICP-OES, XRF, HRMS, HPLC, GC and so on related to research needs in the alternative energy field. In addition, the laboratory is also equipped with field survey equipment in the form of a lab. a car with the ability to analyze water, soil and air quality such as pH, DO, content of nitrate ions, nitrite, sulfate, ammonia and chloride, water conductivity, content of CO, CO2, NOx, SOx, humidity, dust content in the air, measuring instrument for vibration and noise, measuring instrument for vibration due to explosion, measuring instrument for cetane and octane numbers, measuring instrument and measuring the dew point of CNG.