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  • Hach Company Acquires Belgian Manufacturer AppliTek

    Hach Company (hach.com) announced today its acquisition of AppliTek (applitek.com), a manufacturer of online analyzers and monitoring systems based in Nazareth, Belgium. The acquisition was conducted through Belgium-based affiliate Hach Lange N.V. AppliTek is a leading designer and manufacturer of wet chemical and biological online analyzers. The company develops application-specific solutions ...


    By AppliTek NV

  • Geotech achieves milestone sale

    A world leader in the design and manufacture of gas analysis technology, Geotech has achieved a major business milestone after reporting the 5000th sale of its world-leading portable gas analysers, marking a seminal date in the company’s continuing global expansion. The 5000th sale is the result of the successful promotion and increased awareness of the capabilities of Geotech’s key ...

  • Nanotechnology produces cheaper and portable measuring instruments

    Let's start by correcting one misunderstanding: nanoparticles are not extremely small. In fact, they vary in size - from a couple of atoms to millions of atoms or thousands of molecules - and make up an intermediate form between loose molecules and relatively large grains. Proteins are also a type of nanoparticle. “In light of this, chemists see nanoparticles as actually being quite ...

  • Core analysis measurements at the University of Oklahoma using Oxford Instruments GeoSpec systems

    Oxford Instruments, supplier of Magnetic Resonance solutions for core analysis laboratories in the oil and gas industries, reports on the work of Professor Carl Sondergeld and his students from the Mewbourne School of Petroleum & Geological Engineering at the University of Oklahoma. The Mewbourne School of Petroleum & Geological Engineering at the University of Oklahoma is regarded as a ...


    By Oxford Instruments plc

  • Natural Assets: Conservation instruments or instruments for change?

    Nobody is surprised when their water is cut off if they haven’t paid the bill. We admit that companies have to recoup their investments and maintain infrastructure (water withdrawal, treatment, distribution, etc.), on top of paying staff and suppliers. Why don’t we apply the same logic to the services offered by nature? The answer is simple: they are perceived to be free. Year after year, plant ...

  • Water-testing Device Measures Up

    Arkansas reporter John Magsam wrote the following article regarding Beaver Water District and their use of the ChlordioX Plus instrument, which recently gained EPA approval for the determination of chlorine dioxide and chlorite in public water supplies. Water-testing Device Measures Up EPA approves system that got a trial run in Arkansas By John Magsam A new water-testing device that ...

  • Instruments gain MCERTS approval

    Turnkey Instruments, a world leading manufacturer of scientific and industrial apparatus, have recently been awarded MCERTS certification for two of their particulate monitors. Under strict UK and European Laws, businesses who release emissions to air, land or water must monitor their discharge into the environment. The instruments used to measure these emissions must meet stringent guidelines, ...


    By Turnkey Instruments Ltd

  • Measuring methane

    At the UK's first viable compact anaerobic digester (AD) plant aimed at local food waste treatment, a Geotech GA3000 fixed biogas analyser monitors methane (CH4), carbon dioxide (CO2), oxygen (O2) and hydrogen sulphide (H2S). The plant, a modular scalable AD system, unveiled by React Environmental in July 2012 at Llangadog, Carmarthenshire, can handle some 1,000 ...

  • Measurement of lime levels in drinking water & wastewater

    As lime is a product derived from the Earth, it is fitting that many of its uses also benefit the Earth. In fact, the second leading use of lime is in environmental applications, including drinking water and wastewater. OPTIFLEX is widely used to indicate lime levels in storage silos. It usually replaces non-reliable ultrasonic or electromechanical systems that are expensive to maintain. Lime ...


  • On-site measurement of ethanol in gasoline and water in ethanol or methanol

    Two portable, easy-to-use mid-IR analyzers for use by producers, distributors, fleet managers, or regulators to measure the percent ethanol in gasoline and/or water in ethanol or methanol are available from Wilks Enterprise, Inc. They are rugged, compact instruments for use by non-technical personnel and give a direct readout in percent ethanol or percent water in under a minute. This provides ...


    By Spectro Scientific

  • Introducing the NexTD: A New Oil in Water Instrument from Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments

    Continuous improvement of field measurement, ease of use and reliability has led to the development of our NexTD oil in water monitor. It uses a non-purged explosion proof / flame proof enclosure in 316 stainless or aluminum to CID1 and CI Zone1. The new generation oil in water monitor grew out of the popularity of our industry standard TD-4100 XD E09 powered products and the need to deploy where ...

  • New Ultrasonic Sensing Instrumentation Offers Precise Level Measurement in Virtually Any Liquid

    GF Piping Systems has introduced a comprehensive new level sensing instrumentation product line that includes ultrasonic level transmitters, sensors, and a variety of switches. The new product line-up was developed in response to customer demand following the proven performance of the company's existing Submersible Hydrostatic Level Sensors and Transmitters. Key highlights to the new line are the ...


    By GF Piping Systems

  • Air and water instrumentation market to exceed $14.1 billion this year

    Expenditures for portable, laboratory and continuous measuring instruments for air and water will exceed $14.1 billion this year. This is the forecast made by McIlvaine in its Air and Water Monitoring publications. (www.mcilvainecompany.com) The definition of the market is based on the McIlvaine concept of “decisive classification” rather than scientific ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Comply with Highly Regulated Oil in Water Measurements

    The Petroleum Industry – both offshore and onshore -- has regulations that limit the amount of oil in discharged water.  Fixed filter infrared (IR) analyzers have been used to test oil levels in produced water on drilling platforms for over 45 years.  On oil rigs where real estate is at a premium, infrared analyzers such as the Wilks InfraCal Analyzers are compact (typically 6 ...


    By Spectro Scientific

  • Partech Instruments celebrates Danish success

    A partnership between the UK’s leading manufacturer of water quality measuring equipment and a Danish distributor has been hailed a tremendous success following a record breaking first twelve months. Partech Instruments joined forces with Aquasense in 2012 to extend its international reach into Denmark and by combining an innovative product range with in-market expertise and contacts, over ...


    By Partech (Electronics) Ltd.

  • Myron L Company Offers Innovative New Water Quality Instrumentation

    For over 50 years, the Myron L Company has worked relentlessly to produce quality tools you can depend on. Some of our instruments have been in continuous use since they were manufactured – more than 45 years ago. That’s why professionals around the world trust us to deliver the results they need in diverse, demanding water quality applications. We are proud to offer innovative new ...


    By Myron L Company

  • The Changing Role of an Instrument Service Engineer

    The life of an instrument service engineer has changed enormously in recent years with the laptop replacing the screwdriver as the most important tool.   We followed HACH LANGE’s newest service engineer James Davie, and discussed his role with the company’s service manager Terry Bailey, who has worked in the instrumentation sector of the Water Industry for over 20 years. Based just ...


  • Instrument and control market for ultrapure water will exceed $468 million this year

    The electronics and power industries in Asia will make the most contribution toward generating $468 million in ultrapure instrument and control sales this year. This is the conclusion in Ultrapure Water World Market published by the McIlvaine Company. (www.mcilvainecompany.com) Control requirements for ultrapure water are demanding due to the need to integrate ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Waters expands Xevo MS Instrument platform with next-generation mass spectrometers

    Waters Corporation (WAT:NYSE) introduced today two new mass spectrometers for its Xevo MS platform – the Xevo TQ-S and Xevo G2 QTof – that bring a step change in performance to benchtop mass spectrometry. The product introductions were made at the 58th annual meeting of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS). The Xevo TQ-S and Xevo G2 QTof are the newest members of the Xevo ...


    By Waters Corporation

  • ITT completes acquisition of YSI Incorporated to enhance its water instrumentation business

    ITT Corporation (NYSE: ITT) announced today that it has completed its acquisition of YSI Incorporated, forming a water-focused analytics business with annual revenue of approximately US$300 million. YSI is a leading developer and manufacturer of sensors, instruments, software, and data collection platforms for environmental water monitoring, with facilities in the U.S., Europe and Asia. ...


    By YSI - a Xylem brand

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