Container-based Water Quality Measurement

Water quality measuring container with customized equipment features and integrated automated analyzers, UV detectors or automatic samplers for safe monitoring of complex processes.

To request more information and prices call + 49 351 88646-00 or e-mail us: info@uit-gmbh.de.

Advantages

  • Potential integration of complex probes and automated analyzers
  • Fast assembly, also for temporary applications
  • Integrated data transmission technology
  • Parameter monitoring including optional alarm notification
  Container-based Water Quality Measurement
Features - Fully automated function
- Monitoring of selected parameters
- Automatic water sampling
- Automatic data transmission to regional or central stations
- Customized software
- Upgradeable with several measurement systems: air quality, meteorological, radioecological
Equipment (subject to variation, extention) - Robust industrial probes and measuring amplifier for: temperature, pH-value, conductivity/salinity, oxidation-reduction potential, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, …
- Automatic water sampler (regular regime and triggered sampling by alarm settings)
- Pumps, pipes, valves, tanks etc.
- Uninterruptible power supply
- Data logger, PC, GSM modem
- Software for operation control and data transmission
- Air condition for winter/ summer operation
- Alarm and smoke warning system
Services - Development, construction and delivery of the complete system
- Installation at monitoring site
- Putting into operation and training
- After-sales services
Air Quality Parameters - NOX
- SO2
- CO
- O3
Radioecological Parameters - Gamma dose rate
- Near surface Radon concentration
- Continuous particulate sampling (dust/aerosols)
Meteorological Parameters - Wind speed and direction
- Air pressure
- Relative humidity
- Temperature
- Precipitation

Illustrations and descriptions may vary. The plant / product is subject to change depending on technical updates.

We will gladly give you an individual offer.

 

 

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16.05.2017