i::scan - Drinking Water

 

 

measures turbidity according to EPA 180.1 and ISO 7027

 

i::scan_NTU/FNU monitors turbidity

i::scan_NTU/FNU+UV254 monitors turbidity and UV254

i::scan_NTU/FNU+color monitors turbidity and color

i::scan_NTU/FNU+UV254+Color monitors turbidity, UV254 and color

i::scan_NTU/FNU+TOC_eq monitors turbidity and TOC

i::scan_NTU/FNU+TOC_eq+Color monitors turbidity, TOC, and color

 

 

 

• turbidity measurement according to EPA 180.1 and ISO 7027, combined 180° and 90° scattering
• s::can plug & measure
• new light emitting technology 
• no consumables
• no moving parts
• low power consumption (less than 1 W typical)
• dual-beam compensated optics
• optional automatic cleaning (compressed air in situ or autobrush in flow cell)
• multiple versions for multiple applications
• long term stable, 100 % corrosion free
• plug connection or fixed cable
• 5000 hours maintenance free operation
• mounting and measurement directly in the media (in situ) or in a flow cell (monitoring station)
• can be mounted directly in a mains pipe / pressure pipe
• operation via s::can terminals & s::can software

 


 

 

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Turbidity

The removal of non-dissolved substances is often the most important goal of drinking water treatment, also because the consumer uses turbidity as criterium to judge the drinking water quality. Therefore, the i::scan_turbidity is used by drinking water utilities in many places for monitoring turbidity down to the lowest concentration levels. Turbidity is also a key parameter in quality monitoring for the finished water and the natural waters used as source for drinking water production, as well as for waters used for other purposes such as energy production or cooling. In natural waters the turbidity is a parameter that allows the early detection of circumstances that will prohibit economical usage as well as of conditions that will damage the ecosystem.