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Oil-in-Water Monitoring software for Monitoring and Testing

  • Envirosite - Government Environmental Records Software

    Envirosite’s Government Environmental Records are used throughout the industry to help assess and manage environmental risk and due diligence. The Government Records Report accesses information from over 1,400 databases to identify possible environmental concerns associated with a specific commercial property. The Government Environmental ...

    By Envirosite Corporation based in Shelton, CONNECTICUT (USA). from Environmental Property/Assessment Data Software line

  • STABView

    STABView is a state-of-the-art commercial well planning software package for analyzing the risks of: Wellbore instability, Lost circulation and fracturing, Sand production and Fault, fracture or bedding plane slip. STABView will help you optimize the window of bottomhole pressure to drill, complete, stimulate and produce from vertical, deviated, ...

    By Weatherford Geomechanics Services based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • ADIOS - Automated Data Inquiry Software for Oil Spills

    ADIOS (Automated Data Inquiry for Oil Spills) is NOAA's oil weathering model. It's an oil spill response tool that models how different types of oil weather (undergo physical and chemical changes) in the marine environment. Working from a database of more than a thousand different crude oils and refined products, ADIOS quickly estimates the ...

    By NOAA`s Office of Response and Restoration based in Silver Spring, MARYLAND (USA).

  • GNOME - General NOAA Operational Modeling Environment Software

    GNOME (General NOAA Operational Modeling Environment) is the modeling tool the Office of Response and Restoration's (OR&R) Emergency Response Division uses to predict the possible route, or trajectory, a pollutant might follow in or on a body of water, such as in an oil spill.

    By NOAA`s Office of Response and Restoration based in Silver Spring, MARYLAND (USA).

  • Version PCSS Air Net - Particle Counting System

    The particle counting system PCSS fluid lite is used for counting particles in fluids from pressure pipes and out of bottles. The number of particles is displayed, stored and transmitted to a computer in  16 size classes.

    By Markus Klotz GmbH based in Bad Liebenzell, GERMANY.

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