We have received a diverse range of purchase orders during April. Our distributor in Taiwan placed an order for another Proam ammonia analyser ranged 0-500 mg/L N which will be used as a demonstrator, whilst our Irish Distributor purchased a Protoc 300 TOC analyser for a surface water monitoring application.
In the United Kingdom, we fabricated a Protoc TOC analyser system for a renowned Brewery, a dissolved oxygen system to support an existing turbidity installation and South East Water purchased replacement turbidity instrumentation, for a drinking water application. Wessex Water also have purchase two Proam ammonia analysers, for a post nitrification treatment application.
Protoc TOC monitor for Suffolk Brewery
We have engineered an effluent monitoring system for a brewery in the east of England. The monitoring system comprises our Protoc 300 TOC analyser, with Paper Band Filtration, pre-mounted by PPM into a secondary GRP enclosure, with individual fused spurs, lighting and heating.
South East Water purchase two microtol turbidity instrument
South East Water has purchased two HF microtol turbidity instruments, to replace the former micro200BW turbidity instrument which have provided more than ten years operational service. The microtol instruments are to be installed on the final treated drinking water supply, to monitor physical water quality at Charing WTW. The microtol turbidity monitor has been chosen for it's simplicity of operation and proven reliability, witnessed over an extended period of time.
Two Proam ammonia analysers to be supplied Wessex Water
We have received a purchase order to supply two Proam ammonia monitors, to Trowbridge WwTW. The instruments will be pre-installed into secondary enclosures by PPM, along with heating, lighting, sample and electrical distribution. Our membrane filtration system will be supplied, pre-mounted in a dedicated GRP enclosure also intended for external mounting, onto a Unistrut support stand. The instrumentation is to be installed as part of a treatment plant upgrade involving tertiary treatment, involving the installation of new nitrifying filters. The Proam instruments have been extensively installed throughout Wessex Water to provide continuous water quality monitoring after biological treatment and will be connected to the site scada, to provide real-time water quality data, for compliance purposes.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance preparations
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