D-ISO Success in it’s first installment.
A municipal water company in the UK with multiple drinking water plants had an issue with ageing turbidity monitors at one of its drinking water sites. After over 20 years continuous service the existing turbidity monitors were breaking down and replacement parts were not available. Partech were approached to provide an alternative to potentially replace the current 15 units. The potential replacement sensor had to not only match but exceed the current measurement accuracy to ensure compliance with strict water quality standards. Another requirement was to move away from wet calibration standards and simplify the calibration process as a whole.
The Partech TurbiTechw² D-ISO and 7300w² control monitor were installed on a 3 month trial with Partech providing on site guidance and support in the initial phase. After 3 months the data from the D-ISO was assessed and found to meet the trial criteria. Data was stored using the 7300w²’ monitors onboard logging facility. The engineers reported increased accuracy of results along with a greater simplicity of calibration using the D-ISO’s dry calibration reference cell. Following the successful trial a second unit is being installed with a longer term project in place to gradually replace the aging existing units.
Building on the success of the TurbiTechw² LR sensor and by continually striving to improve and expand our product range Partech is proud to introduce the new TurbiTechw² D-ISO sensor. The D-ISO is a natural evolution in terms of development and offers our customers an improved user experience in all areas.