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  • Oxygen Monitoring System for MRI Rooms

    Delta, British Columbia, Canada – Critical Environment Technologies Canada Inc. (CETCI) is pleased to tell you about the DCC-MRI Oxygen Monitoring System for MRI room applications in hospitals and clinics. The DCC-MRI replaces our GEM-MRI, offering technological and functional improvements over its predecessor.  Due to the strong magnetic field ...

  • Introducing Thermo Scientific Orion Star A100 Meters from Cole-Parmer

    Simplicity meets accuracy in the new Thermo Scientific Orion Star A100 Meters—an excellent choice for environmental testing, water and wastewater treatment, quality control in food and beverage testing, and education. Affordable yet reliably effective, the meters feature a large LCD, simple button layout, and on-screen messages. Informative displays indicate measurement along with ...

  • Thermo Fisher Scientific Announces New Thermo Scientific Orion Meters

    Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., the world leader in serving science, announces the new Thermo Scientific Orion Star™ A and VERSA STAR™ Meters. These new meters build on the quality and expertise you’ve come to expect from the Orion product line. We’ve expanded the offering, combining new features focused on an easy to use interface and the tried-and-true features relied on ...

  • Thermo Electron Introduces Powerful and Convenient Orion 5-Star pH Meter

    Untitled Document New Addition to the Orion Star Series Offers Accuracy and Precision in a Handheld Unit Beverly, Mass. – July 28, 2006 – Thermo ...

  • New portable water quality profilers

    Xylem Analytics has announced the launch of a new range of portable multiparameter water quality meters that have been designed for spot measurements and profiling of pH, ORP, conductivity, temperature, depth and optical dissolved oxygen, in both marine and freshwater applications. The new WTW MPP 900 IDS Multiparameter Sondes are able to take measurements at depths of up to 100m because of the ...


    By Xylem Analytics

  • Papyrus plant detox for slaughterhouses

    Humans have used the papyrus sedge for millennia. The Ancient Egyptians wrote on it, it can be made into highly buoyant boats, it is grown for ornamentation and parts can even be eaten. Now, writing in the International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management, researchers in Uganda have demonstrated that growing papyrus can be used to soak up toxins and other noxious residues from ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Water quality protected during dredging of Somerset Levels

    A special monitoring system is helping protect water quality on the Somerset Levels and Moors where a major dredging operation is under way following severe flooding. The system, which was supplied by OTT Hydrometry and installed by Wavelength Environmental, is designed to protect the river ecology by issuing email alerts if water quality deteriorates beyond pre-set conditions. Any such alerts ...

  • Jenfitch, LLC announces JC 9450 Liquid Ozone has been NSF approved

    Jenfitch, LLC received National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) approval to use JC 9450 Liquid Ozone in potable water systems as a disinfectant. JC 9450 Liquid Ozone is a new type of disinfectant developed for the 21st Century that chemically reacts in water to generate ozone (singlet oxygen molecules) in solutions. For the first time, the water treatment industry has a low cost method to generate ...


    By Jenfitch, LLC

  • Major flood repair helped by remote control boat

    A remote control boat equipped with a SonTek M9 Acoustic Doppler Profiler (ADP®) has been employed with HydroSurveyor software to create a 3-dimensional map of a damaged (and still submerged) flood barrier, following serious damage that took place during last December’s storms. Data from the survey enabled the Environment Agency to act swiftly and effectively to repair the damage and ...


    By Xylem, Inc.

  • Solar cell, heal thyself

    Plants are good at doing what scientists and engineers have been struggling to do for decades: converting sunlight into stored energy, and doing so reliably day after day, year after year. Now some MIT scientists have succeeded in mimicking a key aspect of that process. One of the problems with harvesting sunlight is that the sun's rays can be highly destructive to many materials. Sunlight leads ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • IFAT CHINA 2008 – Exploiting the energy potential of landfill gas

    No. 06/e March 2008 IFAT CHINA 2008 – Exploiting the energy potential of landfill gas The gases arising in decomposition processes in landfill sites contribute to the greenhouse effect and also present a substantial health hazard. On the other hand they are often rich in methane and therefore a potential energy source. In China there is still considerable potential for generating electricity and ...


    By Messe München GmbH

  • It’s show time!

    With several new attractions, WWEM 2014, the international Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring conference and exhibition, will be bigger and busier than ever before. The five previous WWEM events, which stretch back to 2005, have included conferences addressing testing and monitoring themes within the Process and Laboratory sectors, in addition to an international exhibition and scores ...

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