chlorine dioxide monitoring Equipment available in Palau
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Category: Water & Wastewater
Subcategory: Chemical Water Treatment
Keyword: chlorine dioxide monitoring
Available in: Australasia
Available in: Palau
Analytical Technology, Inc. (ATI)
based in Collegeville, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)
Dechlorination of wastewater effluent is common practice in many treatment facilities throughout the US. Strongly reducing sulfur compounds are used to eliminate chlorine residuals that might prove toxic to fish in the receiving stream. Because residual chlorine discharge limits are often very close to zero, monitoring residual values to comply ...
Lenntech Water Treatment
based in Delft, NETHERLANDS
Lenntech offers a range of ozone measuring modules. The range covers ambient ozone measurement, high concentration ozone measurement and dissolved ozone analysers. The advantage of these compact ozone analysers is that at low cost the area around the ozone generator is continuously controlled against any ozone leakage and ozone concentrations. ...
based in Walnut Creek, CALIFORNIA (USA)
The current system for treating wastewater in most cities has not changed significantly since its creation by British engineers in the 19th century.EOT's advanced oxidation process could provide a total kill of bacteria, viruses, parasites, and other pathogens rather than merely reducing their levels. It may also oxidize almost all organic ...
based in Norcross, GEORGIA (US) (USA)
The HydroACT 600 with DuraTrac 4 Streaming Current Sensor (a.k.a. Streaming Current Monitor or Streaming Current Detector) provides a very robust sensor design with advanced capabilities for online charge measurement and coagulation control. The unique features of the DuraTrac 4 sensor include: a simple method for calibrating the Streaming Current ...
based in Windsor, WISCONSIN (USA)
Clack Birm is a granular filter media commonly used for the reduction of iron and/or manganese from water supplies. Birm is an efficient and economical media for the reduction of dissolved iron and manganese compounds from raw water supplies.
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