The TCS3020 Toroidal Inductive Conductivity Sensor provides a non-contacting, inductive-type conductivity measurement from zero to 1,000 mS. Made of Noryl, it has wide solvent tolerance and temperature stability to 105°C. The unit can be used in submersible or in-line applications. It can be combined with Sensorex’s toroidal transmitters to create a complete conductivity measurement system.
Basic onsite testing can give a valuable water analysis on the spot
Analyzing bottled water for inorganic contaminants
The evolution of disinfectants and regulations
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) is a definitive indicator of required treatment in wastewater, and estimating BOD is an important part of wastewater treatment process control. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) requires wastewater treatment plants to bring BOD within limits before discharging treated wastewater, and accurate test results must be recorded for regulatory reporting. Thus, measuring BOD in treated water is an important part of the monitoring process. Many wastewater treatment facilities use a faster Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) test to estimate BOD levels.
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A unique ammonia/phosphate analyzer designed to take readings directly in the wastewater, in other words, precisely where the nutrient concentration needs to be measured, also delivers real-time, online information about nutrient concentration in the process.
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Odor complaints have become an all too familiar subject to WWTP managers. They are not only expected to manage their plants effectively and efficiently, meeting both regulatory specs and budget requirements – they are also expected to be good neighbors and keep odor under control. This article describes the successful odor control efforts of the South Dearborn Regional Sewer District located in Lawrenceburg, Ind.