When a meter is required for analysis in the field for regulatory monitoring, process water testing and environmental water analysis, Pine carries a selection of Turbidity meters from LaMotte to HF Scientific.
The LaMotte 2020 turbidity meter is a small compact instrument offering lab accuracy measurements. The HF Scientific model is a self-contained unit for easy field use. The Turbidity metes have an EPA compliance reading mode rounds the reading to EPA reporting requirements.
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Global Water's Turbidity Sensor is a highly accurate submersible instrument for in-situ environmental or process monitoring. Applications include: water quality testing and management, river monitoring, stream measurement, reservoir water quality testing, groundwater testing, water and wastewater treatment, and effluent and industrial control.
In accordance with USEPA Method 180.1 for turbidity measurement, the Turbidity Sensor is a 90 degree scatter nephelometer. The sensor directs a focused beam into the monitored water. The light beam reflects off particles in the water, and the resultant light intensity is measured by a photodetector positioned at 90 degrees to the light beam. The detected light intensity is directly proportional to the turbidity of the water. The turbidity sensor utilizes a second light detector to correct for light intensity variations, color changes, and minor lens fouling.
The Global Water Turbidity Meter combines the turbidity sensor (described above) with a handheld meter that has a six digit LED screen, 4-button control panel, and an internal 9V battery. The handheld portable water meter can be used for enivronmental or process sites that do not require permanent monitoring. The meter will display readings directly in either nephelometric turbidity units (NTU) or parts per million (PPM). The meter also includes an automatic shutoff feature to conserve battery power.
The 2100Q Portable Turbidimeter offers unsurpassed ease of use and accuracy in turbidity measurement. Only Hach offers this unique combination of advanced features and measurement innovation, giving you accurate results every time.
Easy on-screen assisted calibration and verification
Save time and get accurate results with an easy-to-follow interface that eliminates the need for complicated manuals fo perform routine calibrations. Single-standard RapidCalTM calibration offers a simplified solution for low level measurements, while ensuring you meet reporting requirements.
Simple data transfer
Data transfer with the optional USB+Power Module is simple, flexible, and doesn't require additional software. All data can be transferred to the module in XML format and easily downloaded to your computer with a USB connection, providing superior data integrity and availability.
Accurate for rapidly settling samples
The innovative Rapidly Settling TurbidityTM mode provides accurate measurements for difficult to measure, rapidly settling samples. An exclusive algorithm that calculates turbidity based on a series of automatic redings eliminates redundant measurements and estimating.
Convenient data logging
Up to 500 measurements are automatically stored in the instrument for easy access and backup. Stored information includes: date and time, operator ID, reading mode, sample ID, sample number, units, calibration time, calibration status, error messages, and the result.
Optical system for precision in the field
The two-detector optical system compensates for color in the sample, light fluctuation, and stray light, enabling analysts to achieve laboratory-grade performance on a wide range of samples, even under difficult site conditions.
HANNA's new HI 98703 portable Turbidity Meter utilizes an EPA compliant tungsten light source and state-of-the-art optical system that allows consistently reliable and accurate measurements for turbidity. Users will appreciate the accuracy and sensitivity of this instrument, particularly at very low turbidity levels.
To meet EPA reporting requirements these instruments have an EPA compliance reading mode. HI 98703 meets all EPA requirements with regards to the Standard Methods for Turbidity Measurements. Turbidity is measured up to 1000 NTU. Depending on the measured sample and required accuracy, users can select normal measurement, continuous measurement or signal averaging. HI 98703 can be equipped with HANNA's (optional) Tag Identification System (TIS) which allows users to record the time and location of a specific measurement or series of measurements. Logged data can be downloaded to a PC through either USB or RS232 connections. Reliable performance of the instrument is validated using Hanna's exclusive Cal Check
Designed to provide the ease of portability needed in the field with rugged durability, the MicroTPI is a necessity for anyone monitoring turbidity on the go. The shock-resistant carrying case holds everything necessary for field operation while the instrument itself removes easily to go wherever it is needed. With resolution of 0.01 NTU and an extended range to 1,100 NTU, the Infrared MicroTPI is a perfect partner for field use.
Industry-leading precision, sensitivity, and dependability in one of the most innovative handheld turbidity meters available on the market!
The multi-detector optical configuration assures long term stability and minimizes stray light and color interferences. All turbidity readings are determined by the process of signal averaging over a 5 second period. This minimizes fluctuations in readings attributed to large particles and results in rapid, highly repeatable measurements. Ideally suited for both low-level drinking water applications as well as monitoring high turbidity in the field.
Portable turbidity meter complies with USEPA 180Unit of Measure:.1 Standard
This innovative water analysis instrument is designed for precision measurement of turbidity and chlorine, making it fit well into a variety of lab applications. Use meter for testing drinking water, food and beverage waters, or for any other solutions where sample clarity is important. Advanced optics allow for measurements that are compliant with U.S. EPA 180.1 for turbidity and EPA 330.5 for chlorine.
Meter features intuitive menu-driven operation via an easy-to-read LCD. Six selectable languages, datalogging capabilities, and programmable auto-off provide added convenience
Complete TSS Portable Hand-held Turbidity, Suspended Solids, and Sludge Level System; includes meter, probe, rechargeable batteries, charger for rechargeable batteries with four plug adapters, manual, quick start guide and carrying case.
Three Parameters in One Instrument
The Hach TSS Portable Hand-held Turbidity, Suspended Solids, and Sludge Blanket Level Instrument's unique multi-beam alternating light method with infrared diode system gives it a broad measuring range for both turbidity and suspended solids in one portable handheld instrument.
Multiple Calibration Curves for Convenience
It stores up to four different calibration curves for suspended solids and one for turbidity. There's no need for constant re-calibration for different locations or types of sludge.
Easy Sludge Blanket Levels
The sludge blanket level can be measured by setting the units to mg/L, g/L or percent. Calibrate the instrument and then slowly lower the sensor into the clarifier. The suspended solids concentration will significantly increase as it reaches the sludge blanket level. Once the blanket level is reached, examine the sensor cable which is marked every meter to determine the sludge blanket level depth from the water surface.
Air Bubble Compensation for Accuracy
The instrument software automatically compensates for air bubbles to prevent its influence on the measurement. Turbidity is pre-calibrated with a calibration curve stored in the instrument. For suspended solids, each of the calibration curves can be closely adjusted to the laboratory results because each calibration curve can use up to three points per curve plus a zero value.
Durable Materials for Long Life
The probe is made of polished stainless steel with a scratch-resistant sapphire window to withstand harsh environments. Polished stainless steel helps keep particles from sticking to the surface of the probe. The internal memory stores up to 290 measuring values, including time, date, measurement, location, and homogeneity. Three operating modes are available: single, interval, or continuous.
The Aquafluor Handheld Fluorometer is a lightweight, inexpensive, handheld fluorometer/turbidimeter. It is ideal for the user who needs a quick measurement away from the laboratory. It's dual-channel capability allows the user to measure either fluorescence or turbidity in a sample.