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AG-STIK - Model 599A - Systems

by Myron L Company     based in Carlsbad, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Features: Extremely simple set-up. Reliable Operation. Minimal Maintenance. Standard 115 VAC (230 VAC Optional). Sensor/STIK included with 10 ft. cord. EC Range 500-5000 μS/μM. NEMA 4X/IP65 Fiberglass Weatherproof, wall-mount enclosure with 316 stainless steel hardware standard.

Model e+ WATER L - Sensor

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

The e+ WATER L (Level) sensor is an intelligent and accurate sensor for the measurement and registration of the levels and temperatures of surface water. The level measurement values are automatically (internal) compensated for variations in air pressure and water density variations due to temperature fluctuations. The sensor is frost resistant ...

pCO2 Measuring System

by General Oceanics Inc.     based in Miami, FLORIDA (USA)

pCO2 Measuring System Hull Water Intake Plumbing Option This package is a Lloyd's approved below water line module, self contained with all exposed parts either stainless steel or plastic. The unit includes a guillotine shut off valve in case of catastrophic failure. The unit collects water a few inches from the hull through the intake pod ...

w-Buoy - Wireless Realtime Monitoring from Harsh Conditions

by a-Lab Ltd.     based in Keuruu, FINLAND

w-Buoy is designed to be used to measure different values from water as well as record and to transmit data and alarms to user. w-Buoy monitoring buoy is based on reliable techniques tested on a-Weather weather stations and a-Water water system monitoring stations.

a-Weather - Weather Stations

by a-Lab Ltd.     based in Keuruu, FINLAND

With a-Lab Ltd, weather stations measurements are always available in real time, wherever and whenever they are required. Thanks to the latest wireless technology, a-Weather stations are very easy to install. The placement of a-Weather stations is not limited by cables or radio link distance. The stations obtain their operating power from solar ...

a-Water - Water System Monitoring

by a-Lab Ltd.     based in Keuruu, FINLAND

a-Water is desinged to be used to measure different values from water as well as record and to transmit data and alarms to user. This water monitoring system sends measurement and alarm data via GSM-network to secured database (www.a-Log.net). Recordings saved to database can be viewed with any internet cabable device, for example PC or mobile ...

aWS-100 - Versatile Measuring Device for Hard Use

by a-Lab Ltd.     based in Keuruu, FINLAND

aWS-100 is a all-round measuring device with GSM-modem and UHF radio. It has four inputs for temperature sensors (PT1000 and NTC), four inputs for analog signals and four digital inputs (counter or state). In addition to that aWS-100 can receive measurements from wireless radio sensors. aWS-100 is easy to expand for measuring system with tens of ...

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.

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.


PHOENIX - Water Recycling - Greywater Systems

by PHOENIX Process Equipment Co.     based in Louisville, KENTUCKY (USA)

Greywater makes up around 30 to 50 per cent of wastewater discharged into our sewers. Therefore, greywater recycling offers facilities the chance to cut their water use by up to half. Generally defined as wastewater from bathrooms and laundries, greywater can come from our showers, baths, basins and washing machines. It may be contaminated with a ...

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