Sampling requirements in the water and waste water treatment industry demand safe and reliable pump control. Many sampling applications require a suction lift. There is no better suction lift than that achieven using a peristaltic oump which lift up to 30 feet. Watson-Marlow pumps are perfect for automatic or manual sampling at the different stages of the treatment process.
The method allows determination of ammonium, lithium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, strontium and barium cations in samples of natural, potable, and waste water by the capillary electrophoresis method.
The method allows determination of inorganic anions (chloride, nitrite, sulfate, nitrate, fluoride, and phosphate as soluble ortho-phosphate) in samples of natural, potable, and cleaned waste water.
Mercury and its sompounds are highly toxic materials and can be transferred into the human body via water; the concentration of mercury in water generally is very low. With the superior sensitivity of Aurora`s Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometer, the LUMINA 3300, direct measurement of mercury in water sample is possible.
A wide range of sample acquisition and filtration systems are available to prepare even the most difficult of samples for reliable on-line analyser measurement. The correct choice is often critical to prevent analyser blockage and optimise performance. Cross Flow Filtration The PPM cross flow filter, is a simple in-line device used to protect an analyser from ingress of solids, for applications where sample quality is generally good but occasionally suspended solids may be present. The stainless steel filter...
Ideally, a continuous online monitor would be used for collecting data to determine upset frequencies, duration and normal conditions. Many of the SWD facilities and demonstration plants do not have a budget that allows for continuous monitoring. However, high frequency sample analysis can be performed on site, using a portable analyzer. Easy to use, low cost field analyzers, such as the TD-500D, are essential for optimizing the effectiveness of treatment systems during pilot studies and meeting a budget that...
Public water supplies face growing pressure to do more with less, from sampling and maintenance to data analysis and customer calls. In-Situ solutions help streamline data collection and provide real-time insights into your data to improve operational efficiency. Our water quality and water flow instruments reduce sampling time and maintenance, while our cloud-based data platform gives you decision-level data 24/7
Easily and accurately assess the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of any aquatic system. From spot sampling to long-term remote monitoring, In-Situ has the right equipment for your surface water quality monitoring project.
In accordance with WHO’s Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality there is no health-based guideline value of zinc in water concentration. Concentration of zinc in tap water can increase as a result of its dissolution from pipes. Also, elevated levels of zinc may be an indicator of increased concentrations of other toxic metals; thereby zinc in water analysis is an essential analytical task.
Lumex Instruments provides sensitive and selective fluorimetric method for the measurement of mass concentration of zinc in...
Monitor any water quality parameter you collect, no matter where it has been collected from. Store quality data from manually or automatically collected spot samples, and even continuously collected samples such as those from auto-samplers and sondes.
Aluminium is the most abundant metallic element and its salts are widely used as a coagulation treatment agent. At the same time increased levels of aluminium may lead to renal diseases and cause undesirable color and turbidity of distributed water.
There are practicable levels of aluminium in water based on optimization of the coagulation process at drinking-water plants: 0.1 mg/L or less for large water-treatment facilities and 0.2 mg/L or less for small.
Lumex Instruments provides accurate and selective...
Complex water management infrastructure requires there to be numerous sampling points, treatment processes and countless decisions to be made on a daily basis. Utilizing on-site or consulting labs can be effective for compliance but often times introduce delays, making it difficult to understand how treatment options can be optimized or systems can be validated for use.
Anionic surfactants (A-SAS) represent, by volume, the most important group of surfactants used in cleaning products and the oldest and the largest volume anionic surfactant is soap. In concentrations 0.1 ~ 1.0 mg/L A-SAS become toxic for aquatic environment.
Lumex Instruments provides sensitive and selective fluorimetric method for the measurement of mass concentration of anionic surfactants in water samples using the FLUORAT-02 analyzer.
The method became the Interstate standard for anionic surfactant in water...
Effective water quality monitoring is the key to environmental protection of watercourses and for reliable process control and wastewater treatment. Discharge consents under EPR regulations dictate that water quality monitoring is undertaken to ensure that consented parameters are below the consented concentrations. Traditionally this has been done using water quality sampling methods but increasingly automatic water quality measurement sensors linked to real-time telemetry is seen as the most reliable and...