QED set to showcase key products at Groundwater 2019 conference
Leading manufacturer of environmental monitoring and remediation equipment, QED Environmental Systems, is gearing up for the eighth annual Groundwater conference set to take place in London this year.
QED will be showcasing its award-winning Snap Sampler together with its flagship product, the En Core® Soil Sampler. These products have recently been added onto QED’s portfolio of groundwater monitoring products as part of its vision to provide global customers with state-of-the-art products that can be used across a range of water sampling projects.
The Snap Sampler® is a passive ground water sampling system designed to provide users with the highest accuracy, while also reducing sampling programme costs. It uses an innovative double-ended bottle design with ‘snap’ sealing caps, which capture a sample under in-situ conditions using a simple mechanical or pneumatic trigger at the surface.
The En Core sampler is an easy-to-use device, designed to collect, store and deliver soil samples to the laboratory without contamination. The sampler uses an airtight design to prevent loss of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Contamination of the sample is prevented via the unique VOC-proof zip-seal bag that doubles as the sample shipment container.
Paul Gooch, Global Sales and Marketing Director from QED said: “We are very excited to be a part of this conference for the second year and look forward to taking visitors through the details of our newly introduced products. QED has always placed a strong emphasis on manufacturing and providing customers with quality products that help them sample, monitor, extract and separate contaminants from within water.
“The Snap Sampler and En Core sampler have substantially improved our offering to the ground water sector, and we are very excited to be able to offer it to our new and existing customers across the world.”
The Groundwater conference will be attended by key industry professionals including those within local councils, consultancies, research agencies and government consultancies.
This popular event will yet again offer a mix of practical case studies, new research, and policy updates, followed by an interactive Q&A sessions and networking opportunities.
Paul further added: “I am confident this conference will provide attendees with the latest knowledge, tools and techniques needed to address the most pertinent groundwater challenges. We look forward to network with other industry professionals to discuss the growing industry and our part in taking it forward.”
Groundwater 2019 will take place at the Holiday Inn on Kensington High Street in London on March 27.