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Champion Cornish: Frugi

Posted by Angus Fosten on August 10, 2016

We’re proud to be based in beautiful Cornwall. Cornwall is renowned for creativity, entrepreneurialism and the inspirational scenery (and of course, Poldark!) We’ve created a mini blog series called “Champion Cornish” to showcase some of the talented businesses in Cornwall, kicking off with Frugi! Frugi is the UK’s best selling organic children’s ...

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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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Best Virtual Offices in Cornwall, where we like to work

Posted by Angus Fosten on July 29, 2016

We have a very nice set of offices in north Cornwall but often our sales guys are on the road, out and about! Of course, a lot of the time they are jetting off all over the world but because we encourage remote working and less road miles, quite often ...

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WWEM 2014

We Love WWEM

Posted by Angus Fosten on July 24, 2016

The Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) exhibition might still be over 3 months away but we’re already preparing for it now!  We've been firm supporters of the show since the beginning and will be back again in 2016 - this time with a new range of product launches that ...

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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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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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Work Hard, Play Hard: How the Partech Team Spend our Weekends

Posted by Angus Fosten on June 30, 2016

Living and working in Cornwall there is so much choice when it comes to weekend fun! We had a chat in the office this week to debate the best way to spend a weekend in Cornwall. Here are some of our favourites:   Gardening: Not limited to Cornwall, many of us like ...

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Product Focus: 7300w² Monitor

Posted by Angus Fosten on June 27, 2016

This month the spotlight is on our 7300w² Monitor, one of our most popular Partech products. What makes it so great? We’re glad you asked. As our staple Waterwatch product, the 7300w² has been especially designed to work with all of the sensors in the Waterwatch range. Combining sensors is ...

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Using the TurbiTechw² LA and HR Sensors to Measure Suspended Solids

Posted by Angus Fosten on June 17, 2016

An Overview of Partech’s Most Popular On-Line Sensors 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.   We strive to make our customers’ lives easier, and their systems as efficient as possible, which is ...

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Travels with Martin….

Posted by Angus Fosten on June 8, 2016

This month Sales Engineer Martin has been all over the place! He received a fabulous order including lots of 715 portable sensors from Yorkshire Water. At Partech we’re about people as much as great products and customer care is pivotal to the Partech ethos. Because of this, Martin decided to personally ...

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