Industrial water is used for fabricating, processing, washing, diluting, cooling, or transporting products. Water is also used by smelting facilities, petroleum refineries, chemical products, food processing, beverages, pharmaceuticals, semiconductor, and paper products. The food and beverage processing industries require a large amount of water. Industrial applications account for about 40% total water abstractions.
We understand the value of water, water and wastewater services, and the need for infrastructure investment. Access to clean, safe water is critical to our global economy, health, and way of life. Part of that is water monitoring. Water monitoring is the analysis of water quality for the remediation of adverse impact on the aquatic environment as well as in product quality. Pure water impacts product quality. We can help maintain the water quality standards in the production process. For example, purified water is used across many food and beverage processes. Careful water quality monitoring is crucial.
Another area for monitoring water quality is in oil refineries. Refineries discharge contaminated wastewater into water bodies worldwide. Our solutions can help monitor the quality of treated wastewater and help assure safety.
Environmental monitoring is closely related to municipal water monitoring applications. It is critical to monitor for hazardous toxins, contaminants and pollutants. Either it is monitoring of wastewater discharge into public water bodies or for treatment of drinking water from surface water or ground water. Furthermore, in regions where potable water resources are scarce, online water monitoring helps to control processes of desalination facilities. On the other hand, discharge control of wastewater from municipal and industrial sources, both into wastewater treatment plants and into public waterways such as rivers and lakes, is of great importance when it comes to resource preservation and environmental protection. Wastewater that is discharged into municipal wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) may come from both industries and municipalities. The different loads of the water place the greatest demands on the process control of the WWTP to maintain low contamination of effluent water / treated wastewater which is usually discharged into public waterways.
Our LAR QuickTOCultrax™ water analyzer is the most reliable TOC measurement system for the roughest wastewater applications. Due to an unrivaled injection and oxidation technique, the QuickTOCultra easily handles sticky, fatty, salty, and high-particle samples unlike other TOC analyzers. It can measure high salt concentrations up to 30% NaCl. Ideal uses: Water Influent, Water Effluent, Discharge Control, Industrial Wastewater, and De-Icing Water.
Our new QuickTOCuv II™ is state-of-the-art and has more great features. In addition to a slim design and an IP65 housing, the new online TOC/ TC analyzer can also determine COD and BOD values using correlation factors. The measuring ranges can be adjusted by individual user input. The measurement system is controlled by a user-friendly 4″ PLC with touch screen.
The NitriTox™ continually monitors water treatment plants for pollutants. Potential toxins in water are determined through the reaction of highly sensitive bacteria. The measurements follow at intervals of less than 5 minutes. Thus, allowing enough time to introduce countermeasures after the occurrence of pollution. What’s more, the NitriTox offers three warning levels, which can be individually set according to your requirements.
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