Continuous water analysis for monitoring urban wastewater
Online analysis solutions for monitoring parameters at each stage of WWTP treatment
Accurate and reliable measurement
Expertise in the design of analyzers based on optical measurement methods
Low maintenance requirement
Design designed to limit clogging of the measuring cell. Automatic cleaning system. Automatic zero adjustment to avoid any drift in the measurement
Analyzers built to last
Unlike planned obsolescence, our devices are made to last, be easily maintained and repaired when necessary
Minimize your maintenance needs
A design that allows functional use on loaded waters
The use of large section pipes avoids the risk of clogging of the hydraulic system
Automatic cleaning system
Automatic cleaning of elements in contact with process water (measuring cells, hydraulic circuit) reduces the need for manual maintenance.
Long-term reliability of the measure
Automatic zero adjustment.
Automatic calibration from a standard.
Control by the user of the frequency of these operations.
Discuss with our experts
30 min to study your project together in order to provide you with the online analysis solution suited to your needs. 100% free and without obligation.
In France and abroad
Solutions adapted for each type of application
Control of parameters relating to drinking water: ammonia, COD, nitrates, turbidity, hydrocarbons, etc.
Control of parameters relating to wastewater treatment: ammonia, nitrates, etc.
Control of potential pollutants: ammonia, hexavalent chromium, nickel, etc.
Industrial process water control
Quality control of process water and undesirable substances: ammonia, silica, etc.
Monitoring of potential pollutants: nitrates, ammonium, chlorophyll, etc.
Monitoring of potential pollutants: nitrates, ammonia, chlorophyll, etc.
Analysis of process water from exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS)
Integrated system for monitoring PAHs, pH and turbidity of wash water
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