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Biral strengthens development team with new lead engineer

22 September 2021 – Bristol, UK: Leading meteorological experts, Biral, has announced the expansion of its engineering team with the appointment of Henry Olver as its new Lead Engineer.

Henry has a background in Research and Development, an area in which he has more than 20 years of mechanical engineering and industrial R&D experience, and strong theoretical experience in physics. During his career, Henry also held the position of Advanced Research Engineer at Dyson, where he was responsible for the research and development of market-defining novel technologies to be applied to household appliances.

At Biral, Henry will be overseeing the engineering team, as well as the equipment, technology and infrastructure that make up the company’s operating system. The role has a particular emphasis on the company’s Electrodynamic Balance research, for use with a wide range of bacterial and viral pathogens such as the Coronavirus.

Happy to be playing a key role in Biral’s progressive research, Henry commented: “I am looking forward to being involved in the research the company is doing on both aerosol as well as meteorological instrumentation. It is very exciting and has the potential to achieve great results. I’m looking forward to working with the experienced team at Biral and the company’s future plans.”

“We are delighted to welcome Henry to Biral,” commented Nathan Neal, Sales and Marketing Director at Biral, “He is experienced in the industry and a welcome addition to the business. We look forward to seeing him continue Biral’s development programme and seeing where the research takes us.”

Issued by Jargon PR on behalf of Biral. For more information, contact the team at biralpr@jargonpr.com.

About Biral

Established in 1975 Biral is a leading manufacturer of meteorological instruments and supplies the international market with one of the largest ranges of products available. Its scope extends from sensors to measure wind, temperature, precipitation, visibility, solar radiation and other standard parameters to present weather sensors and complete weather stations. The company’s products can be used across a diverse number of applications in

the aviation, oil and gas, marine and wind energy markets as well as for roads and highways. Biral is also a specialist in the design, manufacture and supply of particle analysis and climate research instruments for science, industry and the environment.