Monitor water quality in the distribution system
By monitoring treated water within the water distribution system network, you can identify potential problems that pose risks to public health and threaten regulatory compliance. Once treated water leaves the plant, it can come in contact with various components within the distribution system that potentially alter the quality of the water before it reaches consumers. This makes it hard to guarantee quality for the customer and emphasizes the importance of testing samples in the field.
Hach helps you monitor specific parameters in the distribution system to ensure delivery of safe drinking water to the community. Additional monitoring can also provide early indication of nitrification issues, pH, alkalinity, hardness, conductivity, water infiltration, line breaks, extended water age, or potential security violations.
Monitoring specific parameters in the distribution system is commonly a regulatory requirement to assure delivery of safe drinking water to the community. Additional monitoring can also provide early indication of nitrification issues, water infiltration, line breaks, extended water age, or potential security violations.
Water Distribution Monitoring Panel sc
The WDMP sc is a multiparameter on-line panel that assists in identifying potential problems that pose risks to public health when they occur in a distribution system. The panel consists of instrumentation for chlorine, turbidity, pH, conductivity, pressure and temperature. Conductivity and pH probes are held in a sensor manifold and can also be used for ORP, dissolved oxygen or other parameters as they become available.
Nitrification Control Test Kit
Used for the routine monitoring of water quality parameters that contribute to or indicate nitrification is occurring in chloraminated water systems. This portable and versatile kit includes a DR/890 Colorimeter and reagents for Free Ammonia and Monochloramine, Nitrite, and Total Chlorine tests.