As water becomes an increasingly precious commodity, monitoring and control of water quality is vital in today’s processes in commercial and industrial applications.
Conductivity can be used to measure the quality of water that has undergone a purification process. These processes remove dissolved minerals in the water, such as Sodium, Calcium, Phosphates etc.
A conductivity measurement is able to detect ppb (parts per billion) of these salts and display the reading in either Total Dissolved Solids (ppm), conductivity (µS/cm) or Resistivity (MΩ/cm) and can indicate the total impurities present.
AllWater Technologies Ltd can provide contacting conductivity instrumentation and sensors for use for ion exchange systems, reverse osmosis plants, boiler feed water, waste water and many more applications
Our equipment is equally suitable for pure water applications in the pharmaceutical and semiconductor industries (where traceable certification and accurate measurement of conductivity or resistivity measurement and temperature are an industry requirement).
In addition, AWT now offer the AquaCal 2000 for the measurement of conductivity or resistivity of pure water to traceable standards; this can also be used for the validation of pure water treatment plants.