White Paper

Next-Gen Water Monitoring: Autonomous And Real-Time Results

Source: KETOS
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Municipal, commercial, and industrial water users all face a common issue — how to monitor the quality of the water they use, dispose of, or distribute in a timely, cost-effective manner.

The two common methods determining water quality are the use of grab samples with analysis by internal or external (contract) laboratories or online monitoring for specific contaminants/constituents.

Grab sampling and online monitoring often fail to achieve important goals for the user. When collecting grab samples, personnel must travel to the collection point, collect the sample, fill out chain of custody forms, then (if applicable) ship the samples to the contract lab where receiving personnel unpack the samples, log their arrival, and then place them in a sampling queue prior to analysis.

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