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Suspended Solids

Why Monitor Suspended Solids?

In a Municipal or Industrial waste water treatment plant, the goal is to breakdown the waste sludge and separate it from the water.

  • If there is too much sludge, or too high a concentration of suspended solids, the plant becomes overloaded and the sludge will be not be treated properly and the desired results will not be obtained.
  • Conversely, if there is less sludge than the plant is capable of handling, the plant will not operate at optimum efficiency and may be wasting costly energy.

Wastewater plants also monitor suspended solids concentration in order to meet consent requirements. All plants have government imposed limitations on the concentration of solids leaving the plant.

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7300w2 Monitor

7300w² Monitor

The core product in the WaterWatch² range - the 7300w² Monitor provides all the user interface and system configuration

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TurbiTechw² Optics

TurbiTechw² LA Suspended Solids Sensor

Self Cleaning sensor designed for use in aeration systems monitoring Suspended Solids also known as Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids or Activated Sludge

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TurbiTechw² Optics

TurbiTechw² LS Suspended Solids and Turbidity Sensor

Self Cleaning Suspended Solids or Turbidity sensor designed for discharge and inlet monitoring

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TurbiTechw² Optics

TurbiTechw² HR Suspended Solids Sensor

The TurbiTechw² HR Sensor has been specifically designed for use in wastewater treatment systems where high levels of suspended solids are desirable in the aeration phase

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740 Portable

740 Portable Suspended Solids Monitor

The 740 Monitor provides, quick and accurate readings of Suspended Solids, Sludge Blanket Level, and Turbidity

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