river water Equipment in Colorado

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River Water Monitoring

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

Monitoring of river water is essential to maintain water quality. Human activities and products are almost exclusively responsible for pollution. Industrial sites, urban infrastructure and development, agriculture, transport, and deliberate or accidental pollution all adversely affect river water quality. Geology also plays a significant role with ...

GHG Sentinel - Gas Monitoring System

by AXYS Technologies Inc.     based in Sidney, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

The AXYS GHG Sentinel™ is a continuous automated greenhouse gas monitoring system that performs time-series measurement of Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Methane (CH4) and Oxygen (O2) in freshwater environments.

Global-Water - Model LS3 - Fresh Water Purification Systems

by Global Water Group Inc.     based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA)

For Small Villages Throughout the World. The following is a brief synopsis of Global Water' s proposal for providing potable water for various size villages and various levels of water purification production. The objective is to provide equipment that can be easily transported either motorized or by hand to remote and mountainous regions. The ...

CMC - Model NRS - Big Water V PFD

by Argus-Hazco     based in Chesterfield, MICHIGAN (USA)

When you work in dangerous swiftwater conditions, the Big Water V is a serious PFD that offers excellent protection and comfort during a river rescue incident. A high flotation jacket with a universal fit that wraps easily around anyone’s torso while offering excellent mobility during a water rescue, it features four front buckles to make ...

Water Reservoir & River Monitoring

by Solid Applied Technologies Ltd.     based in Ashkelon, ISRAEL

Remote level monitoring and alerts for water tanks, rivers and reservoirs.

Model 1.5L Hose Fill Type 10301.5 - Sterile Bag Water Sampler

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

The model 10301.5 Sterile Bag Water Sampler is used for monitoring estuaries, bays, rivers, lakes, reservoirs, and outfall sites. The sampler collects a 1.5 liter sample in a pre-sterilized and pre-sealed heavy duty polyethylene bag. The sampler is messenger actuated, and after filling automatically seals at sampling depth. Optional factory ...

Water discharge Measurements: Current meter

by Eijkelkamp Agrisearch Equipment     based in Giesbeek, NETHERLANDS

The instrument is used for the accurate determination of the current velocity in water ways, channels, rivers and the sea. The meter can also be applied in polluted water currents. The measurements are executed with the propeller mounted on the rod(s) or connected to a cable. The current velocity meter has a measuring range of 0.025 to 10 m/sec.

BeachTech - Cleaning of Water Filtration Basins

by Kässbohrer Geländefahrzeug AG / BeachTech     based in Laupheim, GERMANY

The demand for drinking water is particularly high in densely populated areas, and the method known as slow sand filtration is one way of significantly significantly increasing the volume of groundwater available for extraction. This is a natural way of preventing a severe drop in the groundwater table. Waterworks sited close to rivers and lakes ...

Sump, Transfer and River Pumps

by Airwell Group Pty Ltd     based in Malaga, AUSTRALIA

Dam PumpsThe Sump / Transfer / River pumps, offers the flexibility of dual roles, either secured at the bottom of a sump or inland waterway. Using the same principal as the standard Airwell pump, water enters the pump through the inlet screens, and signals from the internal level probes direct the controller to empty then ...

Rivers, Lakes, Streams

by Floating Island International (FII)     based in Shepherd, MONTANA (USA)

Floating islands can be moored in rivers, either anchored to the bottom or attached to the bank. They can be stretched right across the river, allowing fish free access underneath. They provide beneficial shade, which inhibits the growth of algae and cools the water for fish habitation.

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