Industry - Drinking Water

Introduction  

Source Water Monitoring

Source Water Monitoring

Monitoring an input water source can provide useful information to process incoming water. Learn what to monitor.

   
Clarifier Track

Coagulation, Flocculation, & Clarification

Measurement at this step is critical  to optimize the process and control costs. Learn what to measure.

   
Filter Monitoring

Filter Monitoring

Monitoring turbidity of filter effluent is required for regulatory compliance in many countries. See your options.

   
Disinfection Process Control

Disinfection Process Control

Analytical testing can help you comply with regulations, maximize disinfection efficiency, and control taste and odor issues. Learn more.

   
Disinfection byproduct reduction

Disinfection Byproduct Reduction

DBPs result from reactions between matter in water with chemical treatment agents. Learn how to reduce DBPs.

   
Distribution Monitoring

Distribution Monitoring

Monitoring here is commonly a regulatory requirement to assure safe drinking water. Learn more.