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  • Another example of ENMET`s Creative Gas Detection Solutions at work

    ENMET was recently approached by an oil refinery requesting a breathing air system that not only required monitoring Carbon Monoxide (CO), but also oxygen (O2), lower level hydrocarbons and hydrogen sulfide (H2S). The system was to be used in a toxic, multi-work zone, requiring a Class I, Div 2 rating. ENMET engineers designed a custom breathing air system that utilizes an ...


    By ENMET, LLC

  • Smart sensoring water cylcle

    Our colleague Nico was interviewed by the independent Publicspaceinfo.nl regarding the Smart Sensoring solutions of Eijkelkamp Soil & Water. Publicspaceinfo.nl brought a visit to the Eijkelkamp Control Room. From here we can give a good insight how the water cycle is monitored. From here we explained Publicspaceinfo.nl how we support WINNET, Water Innovation Network, in ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Floating Oil on Water Sensor

    One of our favourite products (and a firm client favourite too!) is the OilTechw² FLT oil on water sensor. A few months ago we did a case study on Northern Ireland Water and their intake protection using our clever sensors, which ...


    By Partech (Electronics) Ltd.

  • Aquas sensors for UK water industry

    Mac Solutions has announced the UK availability of the Aquas Smart Water Solutions range which includes smart sensors, data-logging systems, communication gateways and field configuration software. The range, targeted specifically at the water industry, covers the complete water lifecycle from treatment to distribution. The Aquas range - which covers the complete water lifecycle from extraction ...


  • MicroSite for New Water Level Sensor

    OTT Hydrometry has created a new micro-site dedicated to their new CBS Compact Bubbler Sensor. Available at the new site has an interactive 3-D user interface that provides visitors with a very clear understanding of how the sensor works, where it is located and for which applications it has been designed. OTT Hydrometry Managing Director, Simon Wills says, “If a ...

  • Level Sensors Market in water and waste water management

    Level measurement is a very basic process used across several industrial segments. Due to advancement in level sensing technologies, level sensors are expected to show proper growth during the forecast period. The market has entered into a transition from contact type of measurement to non-contact type of measurement over the past five years. Though the current market is dominated by contact ...


  • Product Focus: Floating Oil on Water Sensor

    Oil contamination in any watercourse can have a profound effect on the environment, as well as the way in which water is treated. If visible oil manages to slip into a river, local wildlife can feel the impact. In an extreme scenario, floating oil can influence the food chain and can kill a host of animals and plants, even if the pollution is in a small quantity. Meanwhile, ...


    By Partech (Electronics) Ltd.

  • Cheap paper nano-sensor detects water toxins

    Scientists have used nanotechnology to turn paper into a sensor that can detect toxins in drinking water. The China–US team dipped normal filter paper into a solution containing carbon nanotubes — which can conduct electricity — and antibodies to microcystin-LR, a common and dangerous toxin. They dried the paper and repeated the process until enough nanotubes were present to render it ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Ultrasonic depth sensor to measure water levels

    The Dutch algae control company LG Sonic introduced an ultrasonic depth sensor to give the customers real-time insight in the water levels which allows them to adequately deal with water level fluctuations. Reservoirs used for industrial processes or the production of drinking water often deal with strong water level fluctuations. Due to events of high demand and evaporation, water levels in ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Ultrasonic water level sensors monitor flooding in the Philippines

    A variety of factors make the Philippines, and especially the Manila region, among the most flood prone in the world. Tropical rains flow rapidly from mountain uplands to the Manila basin where dense urbanization accelerates run-off. To make matters worse, Manila is built on lowlands that are getting lower due to ground water extraction and the weight of urban concrete and steel. As a result, ...


    By Senix Corporation

  • `Smart` water quality sensor network wins iAward

    At last night's Australian Information Industry Association's annual awards in Melbourne, CSIRO was named winner of the 2010 iAward for research and development. CSIRO and Seqwater have developed Australia's largest integrated intelligent wireless sensor network, which is monitoring Lake Wivenhoe and its catchment. This supplies the majority of the region’s drinking water as part of the SEQ ...

  • Sensors & Systems #26

    Breaking news - OCTIO announces integration of Aanderaa sensors for environmental monitoring The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Aanderaa Data Instruments partner in new research project to monitor oil and gas releases in the Gulf of Mexico and Florida Keys Multi-sensor arrays detect light hydrocarbons and oxygen depletions associated with ...

  • PRAS5EX Magnetic Angle Sensor

    Automated Control Engineering Group (A.C.E.) and ASM welcome the ...

  • Specialist SV sensors

    OSIL/AML have supplied a set of specialist SV sensors, calibrated to 2000 m/s, as part of the instrumentation package for use in water-filled cavity survey and well logging applications. The vertical sonar instrument was designed around a standard 4\" bore to enable easy access to the majority of situations. The sonar is capable of surveying subterranean caverns, sub-sea caverns and wells. As ...

  • `Mini` Sensor Family

    Using the newly developed "Mini" sensor family represents the best possible measurement solution for the detection of lowest discharge volumes such as the investigation of extraneous water or indirect discharge measurements. The flow velocity measurement method used is our proven and patented ultrasonic cross correlation. Optimised construction and shape of the sensors in conjunction with ...


    By NIVUS GmbH

  • Ultrasonic Water Level Sensors Drive Large Irrigation Project

    Senix Corporation, a leading manufacturer of smart ultrasonic sensors, announces the installation of thousands of ToughSonic water level sensors by Murray Irrigation in New South Wales, Australia. The sensors are part of an irrigation automation system that manages water inventory and distribution to farms and industrial users by measuring water levels at irrigation gates throughout the ...


    By Senix Corporation

  • Radar water level sensor undergoes river thames trial

    Environment Agency hydrologists have recently trialled a new radar water level sensor at a site by Molesey Lock on the River Thames near Hampton Court Palace. The sensor was installed during October 2008 and initial results indicate that significant time and cost savings are possible with the new technology. Water level measurements are taken at Molesey Lock for onward transmission to the ...

  • PME Designs dissolved oxygen sensor for water quality use

    Precision Measurement Engineering, Inc (PME), an internationally known oceanographic and limnologic instrument design corporation has manufactured a dissolved oxygen sensor compatible with the Temperature Chain (T-Chain). The DO sensor measures lifetime-based luminescence quenching of fluorescence of a thin membrane. Unlike temperature, which is molded into the chain, the new DO sensors are ...

  • Sensors in Space Allow Daily Coastal Water Quality Monitoring

    ST. PETERSBURG, Florida, August 31, 2007 (ENS) - Using data from instruments aboard two NASA satellites, Florida researchers have created a way to map the fleeting changes in coastal water quality from space - something that has long evaded researchers and coastal managers relying only on ground-based measurements. This information has direct application for resource managers working on ...

  • GE scientists develop battery-free, multi-detection water wireless sensors

    GE Global Research, the technology development arm of the General Electric Company (NYSE: GE), has announced a battery-free, multi-detection radio-frequency identification (RFID) sensing platform that could enable a wide range of low cost wireless sensing products in healthcare, security, food packaging, water treatment and pollution prevention. GE's unique RFID sensors are built on traditional ...


    By General Electric

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