Water Quality Instruments

Water Quality instruments may measure one or more parameters including: electrical conductivity (EC), dissolved oxygen (DO), water temperature, turbidity, total dissolved solids (TDS), Redox, specific ions and pH.

If you have a water quality monitoring requirement, please contact us and we can configure a system to gather the information you need. We'll consider what you want to measure, what to measure it with, how to install and maintain it and how to access the data.

We can supply the instruments you'd need to do it yourself, or we can do it all for you and just serve you the end result... water quality information, real time and historical, raw or processed, via the web, or other media. 

We can help you with your special requirements. For example, you may want to trigger a turbidity logging sequence and take physical water samples when the rate of rise of water level exceeds a certain threshold.

To select instruments whose specifications will meet the requirements of your application, we need to answer questions such as: what's the measurement range, how accurate does it need to be, what type of output is needed, how much power will it use, will it fit and how long does the cable need to be?

The links below will take you to information about specific instruments that we have experience with, recommend and can supply.

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