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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
AS822 Radwell Aquasant Controls & Indicators, Temperature & Process Control TURBIDITY METER 24V AC/DC
1720C Radwell Hach Controls & Indicators, Temperature & Process Control METER TURBIDITY
44000 Radwell Hach Controls & Indicators, Temperature & Process Control METER TURBIDITY WATER TESTING

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  • Turbidity in the Real World
    To effectively use a turbidity analyzer in an industrial process environment, many things must be considered. A turbidity meter must be rugged in construction, watertight, able to withstand process pressures and temperatures, yet read low-level concentrations of particles (PPM, or even PPB) free
  • Development of a Low-Maintenance Turbidimeter
    State-of-the-art turbidity meters for potable. wateranalysis are based on the nephelometric. measurement principle as described in Standard. Methods and adopted by the ISO standards. Turbidity is determined by the measurement. of light, scattered at an angle of 90° to the. incident beam.
  • Heat Exchanger Leak - Carryover Detection (Oil In Water)
    Heat exchanger leak detection is an important standard application for many processors. Companies in all industries increasingly demand the measurement of oil contents in the ppm-range. For this purpose, inline turbidity meters have been proven worldwide as a reliable solution.
  • Use of Self Recording Current Meter (RCM9) in the Cosa Project (.pdf)
    Current Meter model 9 (RCM9, Fig 1) is a versatile instrument that can autonomously record current speed, current direction, conductivity, temperature, depth, dissolved oxygen and turbidity for more than two years (depending on the chosen measuring interval) and down to water depths of 1000 m
  • Role of Internal Waves in the Generation of Nepheloid Layers on the Northwestern Alboran Slope: Implications for Continental Margin Shaping (.pdf)
    depth. In addition, a current meter with a turbidimeter was deployed in the lower section of the Guadiaro Canyon at 600 m depth, 25 meters above the seafloor. Time series analysis indicated that the currents, temperature, and turbidity within the canyon fluctuate mainly at semidiurnal tidal

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