750w² Portable Suspended Solids Monitor

Portable 750w² Suspended Solids Monitor

Posted by Aidan Patton on November 16, 2018

Do you know what in your water? Our 740 Portable has been hugely popular with 2018 seeing record shipments, building on the 1000’s deployed since it was introduced in 2004. The new portable handheld water quality monitor is a simple, robust and accurate tool for measuring a full set of water quality ...

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TurbiTech Self Cleaning Sensor

Self Cleaning Turbidity Sensors – that really work!

Posted by Angus Fosten on May 4, 2018

Showing you that our self cleaning sensors work. One of our service engineers recently took this picture - the sensor is used in a dairy effluent plant where everything crusts over with a very hard later. The picture shows how effective our TurbiTech sensor is at working in even the ...

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740 getting used

Product Focus – 740 Portable Suspended Solids Monitor

Posted by Angus Fosten on August 26, 2016

This month we’re focusing on our 740 Portable Suspended Solids Meter. The ideal product for providing quick and accurate readings of suspended solids, sludge blanket levels and turbidity, this multi-purpose product has a robust protective shell so you don’t have to worry if you get a little heavy handed! Smart features ...

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How & When We Measure Turbidity

Posted by Angus Fosten on July 17, 2016

Turbidity, along with Suspended Solids, is a way of measuring the clarity of a body of water, and how many particles are affecting it. The difference is that while Suspended Solids describes the density of the materials in the water, Turbidity describes how those materials affect light passing through the ...

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Aeration Diffused

How & Why We Measure Suspended Solids

Posted by Angus Fosten on July 10, 2016

In case you weren’t sure, Suspended Solids is simply a density measurement used to describe exactly how much waste sludge and particles are in the water, and is measured in milligrams per litre (mg/l), grams per litre (g/l) or percentage solid (%). 1000mg/l = 1g/l = 0.1%. It is used to ...

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