UK, 7 November 2012 -- Modern Water plc (AIM:MWG), the owner of leading water technologies for the production of fresh water and monitoring of water quality, launches a new version of its popular PDV6000 trace metal monitor this week at the Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) exhibition.
The new model, the PDV6000ultra still provides the unrivalled accuracy to measure trace metals in water, soil and food, but has been upgraded to allow much improved stand-alone operation with a larger screen, improved connectivity with USB and coupled with the flexibility to operate using standard AA batteries.
Modern Water is also exhibiting a range of its established market leading trace metal, toxicity and environmental monitoring products on its stand at WWEM.
On display will be:
The Microtox® M500, a laboratory-based, temperature-controlled, self-calibrating photometric analyser which measures acute toxicity in potable water or wastewater. More than 2,500 instruments have been sold worldwide and have been used at every Olympics since 1984.
The Deltatox® II, a portable and extremely responsive water quality test system that is simple and rapid to use. Designed for acute toxicity screening and adenosine triphosphate (ATP) testing, it uses bioluminescence technology to screen for contamination in drinking water emergencies or chemical spills in water supply systems.
Microtox® CTM, a site based, broad range continuous toxicity monitor. It continuously measures the chemical toxicity of a water source giving instant indication of water health.
The OVA7000 is an on-line trace metal analyser, providing real time data so that: processes can be controlled effectively; environmental discharge consents can be met; and can be cost effective in comparison with laboratory analysis.
Come and find out more information about our exciting range of products which we are exhibiting at WWEM on stand 86 – 87. Or come along to one of our workshops on ‘On-line low level metal analysis for process and environmental control’ at 13.30 on 7th November or ‘On-line continuous toxicity monitoring for industrial and drinking water applications’ at 13.30 on 8th November.