Turbidity Monitoring Equipment

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Siltdam - Turbidity Barriers

by Brockton Equipment/Spilldam, Inc.     based in Brockton, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

SILTDAM turbidity barriers are designed to prevent the migration of silt and turbidity from exiting a work area. Typical uses include; dredging, shoreline revetments, sheet wall or pile driving, aquatic weed control/harvesting, and marine construction activities. SILTDAM turbidity barriers are designed to accommodate a variety of wind, sea and ...

Model 270-WQ710 - Turbidity Sensor

by NovaLynx Corporation     based in Grass Valley, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The 270-WQ710 Turbidity Sensor is a highly accurate submersible instrument for environmental or process monitoring. Applications include water quality testing and management, river monitoring, stream measurement, reservoir water quality testing, groundwater testing, water and wastewater treatment, and effluent and industrial control. In accordance ...

Handheld TDS Meter

by Industrial Test Systems, Inc.     based in Rock Hill, SOUTH CAROLINA (USA)

This Korean-made pocket meter is ideal for all water purification applications, wastewater regulation, aquaculture, and hydroponics. Hold function saves measurements for convenient reading and recording. Auto-off function shuts the meter off automatically after 10 minutes of non-use to conserve batteries. Measurement range is 0-9990 ppm (mg/L). ...

Model OBS-3+ - Turbidity Sensor

by Campbell Scientific, Inc.     based in Logan, UTAH (USA)

The OBS-3+ Turbidity Monitor is a submersible probe, part of our OBS® line of products that use a backscatter method to measure turbidity. The OBS-3+ operates in the range of 0 to 4000 NTU. It replaces the OBS3 on our price lists. The OBS-3+ can be used in several applications, ranging from water quality in freshwater rivers and streams ...

Protoxkit F Microbiotests

by MicroBioTests Inc.     based in Mariakerke, BELGIUM

24h chronic (growth inhibition) toxicity test based on the ciliate protozoan Tetrahymena thermophila. A test Guideline for a Tetrahymena bioassay is under priority development in OECD.

Oakton¬ pH/Con 650 Meter with Probe

by Forestry Suppliers, Inc.     based in Jackson, MISSISSIPPI (USA)

Connect a pH or ISE and a conductivity or dissolved oxygen probe at the same time to simultaneously measure your choice of pH, mV, or ISE and conductivity or dissolved oxygen! Other features include datalogging of up to 500 data points with GLP compliance, wireless IrDA communication for truly waterproof interfacing capabilities, user-selectable ...

Lange Ultraturb plus sc - Continuous Turbidity Measurement

by HACH LANGE GmbH - a Hach Company     based in Düsseldorf, GERMANY

The turbidity bypass sensors ULTRATURB sc and ULTRATURB plus sc are precise measuring devices for the turbidity measurement of ultraclear up tomedium turbid media. ULTRATURB sc and ULTRATURB plus sc guarantee optimum filtration control for municipal and industrial water processingplants.The display and the further processing of the measured data ...

Integrating Nephelometer

by TSI Incorporated     based in Shoreview, MINNESOTA (USA)

Integrating Nephelometers are analytical instruments useful for short-or long-term measurements of the light-scattering coefficient of atmospheric and laboratory aerosols. They are particularly well-suited for measurements related to climate, visibility, and air quality. These unique instruments offer sensitivity to aerosol-scattering coefficients ...

Portable Turbidity Meter

by Forestry Suppliers, Inc.     based in Jackson, MISSISSIPPI (USA)

The dip and read method of this turbidity meter makes taking readings easy. The turbidity sensor combines a 90° nephelometer with a transmissometer which determines turbidity by the ratiometric method in which errors typically caused by variations in light beam intensity, fouling of windows, changing colors and ambient light are virtually ...

LaMotte - Portable Turbidity Meters

by Forestry Suppliers, Inc.     based in Jackson, MISSISSIPPI (USA)

A valuable tool in regulatory monitoring, process water testing, and environmental water analysis in the field or laboratory. Also called a nephelometer, it measures the amount of light scattered at right angles from a beam of light passing through the test sample. Uses a tungsten filament lamp as a light source. Accepted by the EPA for compliance ...

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