MANTECH’s chemical oxygen demand (COD) analyzer is breaking new ground in the science of monitoring source and treated drinking water. In addition to providing 15-minute COD results and biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) estimates, MANTECH’s PeCOD® Analyzer measures natural organic matter (NOM) in raw and treated drinking water. The NOM Analyzer™ — which is the drinking-water application of MANTECH’s novel PeCOD® COD-testing system — does what no other...
By MANTECH Inc. Distributor in AUSTRALIA.
Conventional methods of firefighting have their limits when it comes to extinguishing fires in tunnels and underground railway shafts. The build-up of smoke and soot is an enormous hindrance to firefighting. Then there is the intense heat and the low concentration of oxygen because of the inertization process. In most cases the extinguisher jet cannot reach every part of the source of the fire.
By EmiControls Distributor in AUSTRALIA.
We provide explosion protection for power plants processing coal and biomass. The areas inside and outside of coal handling plants generating heat and electricity are potential operating facilities where explosive concentrations of coal dust can accumulate and under ominous conditions (the presence of an ignition source, optimal concentration of suspended dust and oxygen) lead to a subsequent explosion in the facility.
By RSBP spol. s r. o. Distributor in Baulkham Hills, AUSTRALIA.
USP37 Medical Gas requires a specific, selective and positive identification test using a paramagnetic signal. Regular analysis of medical gas is required to ensure that the oxygen concentration is NLT 99.0% volume. Following the appropriate United States Pharmacopeia standards, in this case specifically USP37, requires an analyzer which uses a paramagnetic based technology. The Systech Illinois Paramagnetic Oxgyen Analyzer PM700 is perfectly suited for this medical gas analysis application.
By Systech Instruments Ltd Distributor in Artarmon, AUSTRALIA.
Salmonoids are especially demanding about water quality and high oxygen content. The oxygen concentration should be kept at least 5 mg/l throughout the year. This ensures good condition of fish and facilitates quick maturity without disturbances.
Sufficient oxygen content near the basin bottom (2 mg/l) prevents leaching of nutrients and in particular phosphor into the water. Dissolved nutrients have a detrimental impact on water quality and – at worst – can cause growth of cyanobacterium...
By W-Rix Ltd Distributor in Hornsby, AUSTRALIA.
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