Monitoring Systems are the inventors and developers of the Tektor and Molsen sensors, which use resonance imaging to detect minute levels of contaminants in fluids. The sensors are non-invasive, can be adapted for a wide range of pipe diameters and give instant results. - Fast enough for process control.
Monitoring Systems (MSL) was incorporated in 2006 and is based in Horndean, Hampshire, UK.
MSL was initially opened to participate in a Framework7 Research EC Project formed by the successful consortium bidding for FP7 funding in Europe. With the methodology to reduce dependency of small companies on laboratory resources, MSL produced the first sensor to quantify materials entrained in fluids flowing in pipelines. Ideal for policing fluids flowing in pipelines, MSL introduced this new method in instrumentation to a profession that has had no choice in the measurement of turbdidity in over sixty years.
Monitoring Systems are the developers and inventors of Resonance Imaging, the Molsen® sensors which use resonance imaging to detect levels of contamination in fluids. The Molsen® sensor is capable of detecting changes in mass in fluids down to parts per trillion. The sensors are noninvasive and can be adapted for a wide range of applications. They are fast, low-cost, low-drift, immune to poisoning and can be linked via SMS, Internet and satellite. At Southampton University, E.Coli samples in two different volumes was successfully measured in laboratory tests.
- Low cost
- Immune to poisoning
- Sterile versions
- No sample collection
- Link via SMS
- Link via Internet
- Link via satellite