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Engineers Work – August 2019

Posted by Aidan Patton on September 3, 2019

August was a busy month for our technical engineers, Paul was out and about across the country and Rupert had lots of job in and around the Cornwall area. In this blog is a run through of what our technical support engineers got up to in the month of August.

A map of the sites visited in August

Paul Deacon – Reighton Sands Holiday Park – Filey, Yorkshire

Install of a GSM/GPRS comms system to an existing MicroMac ammonia analyser. Due to the location of the ammonia monitor it was not possible for the customer to run cables back to their office to remotely monitor the system. A solution we offered and installed uses a meteor GSM/GPRS modem that is connected to the analyser. An external antenna was mounted on the kiosk. Data is transmitted and displayed on a cloud website that the customer can access to see their data from anywhere where they have access to the internet.

Paul Deacon – PD Ports – Teesside – Middlesbrough

Service of 2x monitoring Buoys that live out in the Teesmouth Nature reserve. Originally installed in 2014 .The 2x Buoys are fitted out with a 7300W² monitor, WaterWatch² Expansion Box,  TurbiTechw² LS, WaterTechw² pH8000 Dip Sensor and OxyTechw² GAL Sensor. The system is powered by 12V batteries that are charged via solar panel. The data is then sent via a meteor comms GSM/GPRS modem, Again like the Reighton Sands system  the data is then displayed on a cloud website that the customer can access to see their data from anywhere where they have access to the internet.

Paul Deacon – Llannant in South Wales

Paul installed the new FlexTech UVT set up at Llannant in South Wales, the customer was very pleased. A much better solution than the Trojan system we removed.

Rupert Phillips

In August, Rupert had analyser service visits to Langford, a week at Welsh Water and a week at Anglian Water.  These are our routine visits.  He also had some call outs to local SWW sites. In August Rupert went to Workington in Cumbria to commission a 7300w² Monitor and TurbiTechw² LA.  He has also been working in the background on getting the 7300/ControlPoint 2.0 ready for IEC 61010 testing and certification.  Later in the month he took the samples up to Hitchin to beginning the testing process.


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