salt meter Articles

  • How can I measure Salt in food?

    Sodium is a mineral required by the body for normal functions, but excessive intake can cause high blood pressure and hypertension. This has lead governments and regulatory bodies to focus on monitoring the levels of salt in foods in order to reduce the risk of these health affects. Canned foods are of particular concern as these often contain relatively high levels of salt. ...


    By Camlab Limited

  • Reduction of Chemicals and Salt in Dyeing Processes: Australian Dyeing Company

     The Australian Dyeing Company has overcome both competition from imports and the recession by adopting cleaner production methods. An investment of $500,000 was paid back in only two years, largely through reduced production costs associated with energy usage and chemicals consumption. The company was also able to increase its market share by marketing its Smart Cotton Colours process as an ...


  • TDS and EC meters for hydroponics explained

    As technology advances, questions inevitably follow. Due to the rapid growth of the hydroponics and indoor gardening industry, it is important for growers to be familiar with the technology, in this case instrumentation. There is a myriad of nutrients and fertilizers available to help you cultivate the best possible plant yields, but what is consistent among all of them is they need to be ...


    By HM Digital, Inc.

  • Applications guide to mass flow measurement in the primary metals

    Mass flow meters can provide precision measurement and control of proccss gases in many phases of plant operation. They make processes more repeatable and provide greater control over quality and costs. Sierra mass flow meters were designed for these purposes. They can make any plant more cost-effective in several ways: Aluminum Purification: Automated Gas Flow Control The last ...


    By Sierra Instruments, Inc.

  • ClorTec™ On-site Disinfection Helps Ensure Safety at British Columbia Water Treatment Facility

    Constructed in 1997, the District of Chetwynd Water Treatment Plant (British Columbia, Canada) treats nearly 2,500 cubic meters of water per day using gas chlorination as its primary form of drinking water disinfection. With recent concerns about the safety of chlorine gas, including potential eye, skin and respiratory irritation and the risk of death with high exposure, the district elected ...


    By De Nora Water Technologies

  • Pump/Recharge Rate Affects Saltwater Intrusion

    Untitled Document Many areas of the world use groundwater as their main source of fresh water supply. With the worlds population increasing ...


    By Solinst Canada Ltd.

  • A sewer process model as planning and management tool – hydrogen sulfide simulation at catchment scale

    The collection system of a major city at the Persian Gulf was simulated for bulk water hydrogen sulfide and the release of sewer gas to the urban atmosphere. Geometry data on 870 km of sanitary sewer and data on dry weather flow entering all nodes in the catchment was exported from a Mike Urban database and imported to the sewer process model WATS. The process model then routed sewage and sewer ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Detection of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in concrete using the dtech test system

    MATRIX: Concrete ANALYTES: Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) RANGE OF DETECTION: DTECHTOR: 500 ppb to 25 ppm (as aroclor 1254). Color Card: 1 ppm to 25 ppm (as aroclor 1254) MATERIALS: DTECH PCB Test Kit. DTECH PCB Sample Extraction Kit. Reagents: table salt (sodium chloride) or salt packets used by restaurants ...


  • Hyperspectral thermal infrared line profiling for mapping surface mineralogy

    Abstract An airborne hyperspectral thermal infrared line profiling spectrometer (TIPS) has been developed by CSIRO and Fugro Airborne Surveys to measure and map surface mineralogies. TIPS is a spectrometer based on an FTIR instrument, recording radiance channel in about 100 channels in the 8 mm to 13 mm wavelength range from contiguous 10 meter pixels along the flightline, at a nominal ...


    By D&P Instruments

  • Commercial SWRO Machine, Philippines

    INTRODUCTION In April 2013, Pure Aqua successfully manufactured and supplied a commercial SWRO machine to a major company in the Philippines. The machine came complete with an advanced microprocessor control along with pretreatments consisting of a ...


    By Pure Aqua, Inc.

  • What is TDS?

    Answer: Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) is a measure of the combined content of all the inorganic and organic substances such as mobile charged ions, minerals, salts or dissolved metals in a volume of liquid. Normally TDS is used in water testing, where TDS is defined as anything present that is not pure water (H2O) molecule or suspended ...


    By Camlab Limited

  • Mixed Oxidants show disinfection benefits for municipalities

    “The most significant advantage over gas chlorination or hypochlorination is an ability to maintain chlorine residuals further along the water distribution system, due to better biofilm removal. Other noted advantages of mixed oxidants are ease of operation with self-cleaning electrolytic cell on-site generators, fewer safety issues in comparison to gas chlorination, and lower costs ...


    By MIOX Corporation

  • Fluoridation: A Better Way? case study

    Ffficient, cost-effective addition of fluoride to drinking water is increasingly important as the U.S. EPA and Department of Health and Human Services contemplate additional nationwide standards for fluoride injection. A relatively new company, Integrity Municipal Services (IMS), has developed a new design for sodium fluoride saturator and feed systems and has successfully applied it at customer ...


    By Integrity Municipal Systems

  • Impact of Tsunami Disaster on the Water Environment

    ABSTRACTThe earthquake that generated the great Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004 is estimated to have released the energy of 23,000 Hiroshima-type atomic bombs, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). The earthquake occurred on December 26, 2004 was an undersea earthquake originated in the Indian Ocean off the western coast Indonesia and generated tsunamis that were among the worst disasters ...

  • Water testing 101: TDS

    According to Wikipedia, total dissolved solids (TDS) is defined as “the combined content of all inorganic and organic substances contained in a liquid that are present in a molecular, ionized or microgranular suspended form.” The article goes on to state that “total dissolved solids are differentiated from total suspended solids (TSS) in that the latter cannot pass through a ...


    By HM Digital, Inc.

  • The Expected Impact of the Peace Conduit Project (The Red Sea – Dead Sea Pipeline) on the Dead Sea

    The Dead Sea of Israel, Jordan and Syria is a severely disturbed ecosystem, greatly damaged by anthropogenic intervention in its water balance. During the 20 th century, the Dead Sea level dropped by more than 25 meters, and presently (2003) it is at about 416 meters below mean sea level. This negative water balance is mainly due to the diversion of water from the catchment area of the lake by ...


    By Springer

  • Conductivity Theory and Measurement

    Electrical conductivity is a measure of the ability of a solution to cany* a current. Current flow in liquids differs from mat in metal conductors in that electrons cannot flow freely, but must be carried by ions. Ions are formed when a solid such as salt is dissolved in a liquid to form electrical components having opposite electrical charges. For example, sodium chloride separates to form Na" ...


    By IC Controls Ltd.

  • Real-time TOC tightens effluent control at Greencore

    A food manufacturing facility in Selby has installed a new continuous TOC (Total Organic Carbon) monitor, ‘the BioTector’ which has dramatically improved the site’s capability to refine and improve the plant’s wastewater treatment process. As a result the plant is better able to quickly respond to changes in the influent. Greencore Foods is a leading player in the food ...


  • Water softeners fact sheet

    What is hard water? According to a recent U.S. Geological Survey, 85 percent of the United States’ geography has hard water. Hard water is water that contains certain naturally occurring minerals, particularly magnesium and calcium. Hard water causes many problems in a home, including deposits in sinks and bathtubs and gummed-up pipes in home plumbing systems and water-using ...


    By Kinetico International

  • Solidification / Immobilisation of hazardous waste for subterranean storage

    The use of subterranean salt mines for the final storage of inorganic hazardous waste is state of the art in Germany, and in fact most other European countries. However, the technical requirements to prepare the waste in an appropriate way are quite challenging. Over ten years ago econ supplied a plant to a salt mine in eastern Germany. The plant uses econ’s unique batch-wise working mixing ...


    By econ industries GmbH

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