WATER INSTRUMENTATION RESOURCES

WATER INSTRUMENTATION SOLUTIONS

  • ENVIROMAG Electromagnetic Flowmeter

    The ENVIROMAG is an electromagnetic flowmeter. The magmeter is the optimum solution for North American water and wastewater measurement applications. Its design and performance makes it the choice for flow measurement throughout the process.

  • Determination Of EN15662:2008 - Determination Of Pesticide Residue In Food Of Plant Origin, By An Automated QuEChERS Solution

    Pesticide residue laboratories are required to undertake analyses of an ever increasing number of samples. The analyses typically involve use of multi-residue methods (both GC-MS and LC-MS) to test for over 500 pesticide residues.

  • Particle Counter The PC3400 online particle counter sets the newest standard for particle counting instruments used in the water treatment industry today.
  • Capital Controls® Series 480 Vacuum Gas Feeders

    The Capital Controls® Series 480 all-vacuum gas feeder is designed for direct mounting to a 150 pound gas cylinder or ton container. It is a basic alternative for those applications requiring a chlorine feed rate of 250 PPD (5 kg/h) or less. The gas feed rate is controlled under sonic flow conditions eliminating the need for an auxiliary differential pressure regulators.

  • UltrapenX2™ PTBT4 Bluetooth® Enabled Free Chlorine Equivalent (FCE ™) & Temperature Pen

    The PTBT4 is a lab-accurate water quality pocket tester that allows you to use your mobile device and the X2 app to measure, store and export data.

  • ModMAG® M3000 Electromagnetic Flow Meters

    The ModMAG® M3000 electromagnetic flow meter is virtually unaffected by density, temperature, pressure and viscosity changes, making it an accurate and reliable long-term metering solution. This meter is approved for Class 1, Division 2 environments. 

  • Fountain Testing Solutions

    Accurate fountain (dampening) solution concentration control is essential for consistent, high-quality results in lithography. Low concentration can cause drying on the non-image area of the plate resulting in tinting, scumming, blanket piling, etc. High concentrations, on the other hand, bring about over-emulsification of the ink. This results in weakening of color strength and changes in ink rheology (body and flow properties). Correct concentration will allow the non-image areas of the plate to be appropriately wetted.

WATER INSTRUMENTATION VIDEOS

In this episode of Water Talk, Angela Godwin sits down with Matt Moore from Swan Analytical to talk about work force shortages in the water industry and how Swan is facing these challenges.