YSI brings you a complete line of true laboratory instruments for the measurement of pH, ORP, and ISEs — YSI TruLab. This family of five instruments provides single and dual-channel measurement options providing reliable lab performance. Plus, you have to see our 15 new electrodes including TruLine, Science, and IoLine with an iodine/iodide reference. ISE options include ammonia, copper, lead, nitrate, and more.
Featured Articles On Instrumentation
12 Monitoring Applications For Water Distribution Systems By Telog Instruments, Inc.
Water utilities do a great job of producing good quality drinkable water in their processing plants. In the plant the water purification process is well monitored and scrutinized. Then the water is pushed out into the distribution system where far less is known. The primary reason for this lack of knowledge is that monitoring the water distribution infrastructure has been traditionally difficult and expensive.
Why A Little Knowledge About Sensors Can Be A Dangerous Thing By Mark Spencer, President, Water Analytics
Every day our technical support people answer questions on the selection of sensors for pH, ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, and turbidity. No issue generates more confusion than cell constants for conductivity sensors.
Two-Phase Flow Considerations For Coriolis Meters By Ron DiGiacomo, ABB Measurement Products
Two-phase flow is notoriously problematic for most flow technologies. Read how ABB is tackling the two-phase flow problem through an entire meter design approach, which entails a state-of-the-art electronics platform and innovative sensor technology.
With a wide range of available instruments for temperature, pressure, flow, level, and more, Accutech is suited to many industrial applications, including upstream oil and gas, and remote plant applications in water and wastewater.
Now offering a complete water analysis portfolio of testing parameters with standard, rugged,and ultra options. Hach’s HQd system gives maximum measurement flexibility and ease of operation with interchangeable probes and automatic parameter recognition.
By Oliver Grievson,Water Industry Process Automation & Control
Mainland Europe has had intelligence in some of its wastewater networks for over ten years now, and some of the oldest real-time control systems in the U.S. date back to the 1980’s. So why has intelligence in the wastewater network not been more abundant?