ph monitoring technology News

  • Analytical Technology’s pH Monitor Achieves Prestigious MCERTS Certification

    Manchester, UK (September 2, 2009) Specialist electrochemical sensor manufacturer Analytical Technology announces that it has been awarded an MCERTS product conformity certificate for its versatile Q45P pH monitor. MCERTS is the UK Environment Agency‘s monitoring certification scheme established to deliver quality environmental measurements. The certification of the Q45P is a significant ...

  • Advanced monitoring technology helps improve water security

    As part of the homeland security activity in the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues to test commercially available water quality sensors for their ability to provide a warning alarm due to deliberate or unintentional contamination events within a drinking water system. The Intellisonde™ in-pipe water quality monitor from UK based Intellitect Water is one of ...


    By Intellitect Water Ltd

  • New communication options for water monitoring technology

    Instrumentation company Intellitect Water has announced that the innovative multiparameter water quality monitor, the Intellisonde™ is now available with a broad selection of communication choices. Responding to specific customer requests, options now include GPRS, RS232 or RS485 Serial outputs, Analogue Outputs and Ethernet. "As a result, Intellisondes™ can now interface with almost ...


    By Intellitect Water Ltd

  • LATEST TECHNOLOGY: Small CHLORINATED OXIDIZERS with Remote Monitoring

    LATEST TECHNOLOGY:  Small CHLORINATED OXIDIZERS with Remote Monitoring By optimizing aerospace combustion direct flame mixing of Chlorinated VOC’s (CVOC’s), SOIL-THERM has achieved the near impossible in building an ‘ultra small’ 200 cfm Chlorinated oxidizer remediation system having only 98 square feet footprint! ...


    By Soil-Therm Equipment, Inc.

  • The Royal Mint improves pH control in water effluents

    Analytical Technology Inc. (ATi) said this week that the UK's Royal Mint has selected its Q45/72 pH/ORP monitor to improve the quality of its effluents and to better comply with Environment Agency regulations. The versatile Q45/72 system is designed for use in industrial and municipal applications and contains sensors specifically engineered to function normally in applications where conventional ...

  • Analytical Technology Introduces Peracetic Acid Monitor for Effective Control of Disinfection Systems

    Saddleworth, UK (October 23, 2009) Specialist electrochemical sensor manufacturer Analytical Technology Inc (ATi) announces the launch of the Q45/85 Peracetic Acid Monitor. Peracetic acid (PAA) is an extremely strong oxidiser that is employed in a wide range of industries for the disinfection of systems and equipment. Analytical Technology’s new Peracetic Acid Monitor enables on-line ...

  • 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 ...

  • Battery-powered chlorine monitor

    Athenea is the new chlorine monitoring system for potable water networks from Halma Water Management (HWM). It is an autonomous, battery-powered chlorine analyser that provides continuous monitoring of concentration levels and transmits data automatically via cellular telemetry. This greatly reduces the need for time-consuming on-site ‘spot" testing, and obviously allows for much more ...

  • 24/7-365 River Pollution Monitoring Now Possible With Technological Breakthrough by Atlas Scientific

    The days when companies could secretly dump pollutants into rivers has come to an end. Groundbreaking new technology developed by Atlas Scientific now makes it possible for towns and municipalities to embedded thousands of sensors into local rivers, estuaries and reservoirs, to actively monitor their health in real time. Each one of these sensors are no bigger that your thumbnail and costs a ...


    By PRWeb

  • Remote water monitoring success in Australia

    With a lifetime of experience in the water industry, Glyn Church from WestWater Enterprises in Australia has witnessed any number of new technologies, each of which has had a varying degree of impact on the sector. However, Glyn says, “The distribution network monitoring sondes from Intellitect Water (UK) represent the most exciting development that I have seen in drinking water for almost ...


    By Intellitect Water Ltd

  • China trial for new in-pipe monitor

    New technology, developed by Intellitect Water (UK), that provides visibility of water quality within the drinking water distribution network, is currently on trial in China. Shanghai based, Ewaters Environmental Science & Technology Co., Ltd, which specialises in water network modelling and data management, carried out the trial and their Managing Director, Weijun Zhang says, 'We are keen ...


    By Intellitect Water Ltd

  • Intellitect launches new generation of in-pipe monitors

    For decades, knowledge of water quality between the treatment plant and the consumer's tap was an impossible pipe dream. However, in 2006 Intellitect Water launched a new technology which turned that dream into reality and now, almost seven years later, the company has launched a new version of the Intellisonde in-pipe monitor that brings new levels of simplicity and reliability. Intellitect ...


    By Intellitect Water Ltd

  • Chlorine monitoring in water with high Mn/Fe salts

    In 2012, Intellitect Water launched the new V2 Intellisonde (IV2) in-pipe water quality monitor, which offered two new advantages; retained calibration data and improved chlorine measurement. Since that time, IV2 sondes have been successfully installed around the world offering users easier access to water quality data. However, now that the IV2 sondes have been in operation for nearly a year, ...


    By Intellitect Water Ltd

  • New technology excites US water engineers

    A unique, highly innovative water quality monitoring technology is making waves in the North American water supply sector following initial trials at a variety of locations. Developed by Intellitect Water Ltd in the UK, the new analyser (Intellisonde™) features up to 12 sensors in a tiny sonde head that inserts directly into a pipeline through a hot tap fitting. The Intellisonde™ logs water ...


    By Intellitect Water Ltd

  • ADS Spider-Q pump station monitoring and alarming

    ADS® LLC today announces the new ADS Spider-Q™, an easy-to-use, place-anywhere volumetric quantification system. Backed by ADS and over 33 years of flow monitoring expertise, the ADS Spider-Q is designed specifically for pump station monitoring and alarming. It features wireless data access, automatic data delivery, influent and effluent flow calculation, alarming, and reporting. “The technology ...

  • Phosphate monitor protects Cumbrian lake during restoration

    Novel phosphate monitoring technology from OTT Hydrometry is helping the South Cumbria Rivers Trust (SCRT) to improve water quality during a project to restore a lake in the north of England. Funded by United Utilities, the Elterwater Remediation Project has been created to improve water quality by increasing water flow through the lake and dramatically lowering residency time. Background ...

  • Lisbon trial shows benefits of in-pipe monitoring

    Andrew Donnelly, Senior Network Manager at Lisbon-based EPAL, which supplies water to more than 3 million people, reports on the success of a year-long collaborative study with Intellitect Water to monitor water quality in the city's extensive distribution network. In January 2010, EPAL commenced a pilot project to monitor water quality in Lisbon's distribution network using Intellitect ...


    By Intellitect Water Ltd

  • Water monitoring `easier` with free mobile phone app

    A mobile phone application that enables users of low-cost phones to submit water quality results quickly and easily is having a positive impact among users. The Water Quality Reporter (WQR) application was developed by the iCOMMS team at ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Industry Flocks to Water/Wastewater Monitoring Event

    WWEM 2006 took place in early November and was almost unrecognisable in comparison to the inaugural 2005 event. WWEM was initially created to provide a vehicle for discussing and dispersing information on the Environment Agency’s monitoring certification scheme, MCERTS. However, on the evidence of WWEM 2006, it has become a red letter diary entry for anyone involved with testing or monitoring ...


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