drinking water monitoring Equipment in Maine

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MULTILINE - Model 1000 - Multi-parameter System

by WTW GmbH - a xylem brand     based in Weilheim, GERMANY

With up to 6 individually configurable measuring channels, the MULTILINE 1000 terminal is a very flexible measuring system for drinking water analysis. The system is pre-assembled on a wall mounting panel for immediate use. Just connect the power and sample flow – and it’s ready to go.

Model Turb 2000 – Turb 2120 - Instruments for Measuring Turbidity

by WTW GmbH - a xylem brand     based in Weilheim, GERMANY

The nephelometric measurement is offered with or without ultrasonic cleaning of the flow-through cuvette. The user can also select between infrared light measurement according to DIN 7027 and white light measurement according to US EPA 180.1.

Model 3000 - Chlorine Analyzer for Free Chlorine and Total Chlorine

by WTW GmbH - a xylem brand     based in Weilheim, GERMANY

The analyzer operates photometrical with the DPD method according to US EPA. The reagents are supplied in dry state. For an operation of 30 days it is only necessary to fill them up with water.

Single-Parameter Systems

by WTW GmbH - a xylem brand     based in Weilheim, GERMANY

Single-parameter systems for measurement of pH/ORP, D.O., conductivity, free and total chlorine. Convenient pre-mounted panel for quick installation. Low cost of ownership with no reagent consumption. Accuracy through integrated PID control function.

Turbidity Monitoring - Monitoring Turbidity in the Drinking Water Treatent Process

by Partech (Electronics) Ltd.     based in St Austell, UNITED KINGDOM

Turbidity is an excellent early indicator of process problems, high intake Turbidity will cause filter problems and possible blockages and an increase in Turbidity in the Final Water can indicate filter failure and is an indicator of possible Cryptosporidum in the water.


Partech - Triple Validation Unit - Drinking Water Treatment Control

by Partech (Electronics) Ltd.     based in St Austell, UNITED KINGDOM

Triple Validation is a widely accepted method of ensuring reliable control of critical processes and is often used in drinking water treatment control. Applications also exist in a range of other processes. For example the unit can be used to monitor water levels upstream, downstream and within screens when they are applied in water courses prone ...

ZAPS - Model 1000 - LiquID Station for Drinking Water & Environmental Monitoring

by ZAPS Technologies, Inc.     based in Corvallis, OREGON (USA)

What all of that adds up to is an instrument with a unique combination of detection breadth and sensitivity. The hybrid character of LiquID, using multiple optical methods in a single platform, allows the instrument to “see” much more than any single method alone allows. The LiquID Station uses absorption to continuously measure a ...


Model OVA 7000 - Dual Cell On-line Metal Monitor

by Modern Water - Monitoring Division     based in Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

Measuring trace metals in water, soil and food has always been a vital part of modern environmental monitoring. Voltammetry offers an internationally accepted alternative to laboratory analysis or automatic samplers. Modern Water’s range of OVA products are cost effective, accurate, simple to use and easy to integrate into existing systems.

Partech - Model OxyTechw² RDO Pro-X - Dissolved Oxygen Sensor for Dissolved Oxygen Monitoring

by Partech (Electronics) Ltd.     based in St Austell, UNITED KINGDOM

The OxyTechw² RDO Pro-X Sensor uses the latest optical technology for measuring dissolved oxygen (DO) in demanding wastewater, drinking water, industrial effluent and surface water environments.

Partech - Model OilTechw² FLT - Oil on Water Sensor

by Partech (Electronics) Ltd.     based in St Austell, UNITED KINGDOM

Contamination of water courses by visible oil is a problem that requires fast, reliable detection to prevent damage to either the local environment or a water treatment process. If oil is allowed to enter a river then wildlife can be harmed, if the oil then enters a drinking water plant, damage can be caused to the processing system or more ...

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