TurbiTech Self Cleaning Sensor

Self Cleaning Turbidity Sensors – that really work!

Posted by Angus Fosten on May 4, 2018

One of our service engineers recent 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 most heavily fouling applications - the glass tubes ...

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Turbidity Sensor

Case Study: Turbidity Control to Reduce Sand Trickle Filter

Posted by Angus Fosten on January 29, 2018

Partech recently worked with a UK water company on a Sewage Treatment Works with disproportionately high electricity costs caused by running Sand Trickle Filters continuously. Their effluent was constantly being sent through final Sand Trickle Filters for tertiary treatment, even when it was well within the discharge consent levels. The works ...

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Brief Overview of our TurbiTechw² Sensors

Posted by Angus Fosten on August 19, 2016

Continual, accurate Suspended Solids measurement is crucial for monitoring the performance of your aeration and treatment systems, and reacting to changes in water quality and processes quickly. One of the questions we get asked often is why we measure Suspended Solids. We’ve answered that in a previous blog here. We ...

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Travels with Martin: Sri Lanka

Posted by Angus Fosten on August 8, 2016

Martin has been out to Sri Lanka to help install a new river monitoring equipment for oil pollution.  That's correct, we said oil pollution, it's not all about sewage at Partech! It uses the TurbiTech LS, pH8000 sensor, EC4 conductivity and the OilTech - all connected to a single 7300 monitor ...

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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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