Artenius, Portugal take delivery of three TOC analyser kiosks
The instrumentation order was supplied via Servomex UK, to Artenius in Portugal constructing a new PTA plant which will be commissioned in latter part of 2009. Three independent analyser kiosks complete with sample preparation systems (sample cooling and Paper Band Filtration) and Protoc 300 TOC analysers. The analysers are intended to monitor two process streams and one combined effluent chamber.
Protoc 300 destined for installation at Danone Plant
Pomeko have taken delivery of a Protoc 300 analyser with Paper Band Filtration to measure a waste stream at one of the Polish Danone diary plants.
WTW, Italy installs Protoc 300
Our Italian distributor has supplied a Protoc 300 to a Swedish conglomerate, Trelleborg Engineered Systems, located SE of Milan measuring a batch discharge from the effluent plant protecting the local river.
Laboratory TOC analyser heads to Poland
A Labtoc was supplied by Pomeko, our Polish distributor to a Local Authority located in Katowise, in Southern Poland following a stringent tendering process.
Novatis Grimsby upgrade TOC installations
Novatis have upgraded three old Protoc models (more than 10 years old) to the more current Protoc 300 models which have MCERTS certification.
Microtol turbidity instruments installed for drinking water
A number of water companies including Three Valleys Water and United Utilities operating Welsh Water sites have placed more orders for multiple microtol turbidity instruments. The on-line turbidity instruments will be installed on final treated drinking water and provides continuous physical water quality measurement.
Brunner Mond, Cheshire takes delivery of a bespoke discharge monitor
PPM delivered an engineered kiosk containing water quality instrumentation reporting ammonia, Turbidity and pH. The design included a simple but effective acid cleaning system to maintain all three instruments and the sample transfer line free from blockage. The peristaltic sample pump is reversed following acid injection into a sample breaktank to remove chemical precipitation associated with the sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate production processes.
Gurnsey State Analysis choose PPM analyser
The public test laboratory in Gurnsey purchases a Labtoc analyser replacing a high temperature system. The instrument was supplied with multiple position carousel will be used to measure drinking water and leachate samples.
CCS Germany supplies a local healthcare manufacturer
Our German distributor has supplied a low-level Labtoc TOC analyser to a German healthcare company exporting product to the United States. The instrument will be used to measure discrete samples of water used in production covering the concentration range 0-1,000 PPB.
Teeside Power station installs a PPM TOC analyser
A Protoc 300 TOC analyser with MCERTS accreditation has been supplied to Teeside Power Station to replace a high temperature system and the instrument will provide continuous measurement for condensate water quality.
Anglian Water commission new FDO technology
The latest Dissolved Oxygen FDO technology which combined with pH and conductivity is used to monitor and control a CSO discharge at Weldon near Corby has been commissioined.
United Utilities invests in mobile monitoring
The first of three monitoring stations engineered by PPM in to towable trailers have been delivered to United Utilities. The trailers are equipped with a suite of analysers and probe technology suitable for evaluating waste water treatment processes. They can be quickly deployed to provide continuous measurement where the need arises and since each trailer will be transmitting data using the latest VPN network, the scientists will be able to access the data remotely at anytime.
Bournemouth & West Hants Water repeat analyser order
A second analyser order for nitrite and also turbidity instrumentation, manufactured by WTW, has been received. The instrumentation will be installed to provide continuous water quality measurement of pre and post treatment processes.
Nijhuis repeats order for TOC monitor
We received another order to supply a Protoc 300 TOC monitor to the Dutch treatment specialist. The instrument will be installed by the contractor on a final effluent application post DAFF treating at a UK drinks company’s located in the north of England.
DWR Cymru purchase turbidity for potable water
Three orders have been received to supply further HF microtol turbidity instruments to monitor final treated water at several sites within DWR Cymru Welsh Water operated by United Utilities.
Anglian Water commission IQ system
PPM commissioned an IQ Sensor Net system installed to monitor surface water in to a lagoon before it enters a local watercourse. The installation comprises continuous in-situ measurement of pH, conductivity and DO using the new FDO optical sensor technology. If these parameters fall outside permitted values then the discharge can be controlled by closing an actuated valve preventing discharge to the river.
Wessex Water another ammolytplus ammonium monitor
Trowbridge WwTW has installed an ammolytplus ammonium monitor to continuously monitor effluent quality. Following commissioning, a second sensor has also been purchased so an additional position can be integrated into the same instrument.
Protoc 300 analysers ordered for Indian treatment plant specialist
Two Protoc 300 analysers have been inspected and witnessed tested by Lloyds Registar this month prior to their shipment to Hindustan Dorr-Oliver (HDO), an Indian manufacturer of waste water treatment plants. One of the installations will be for the Indian Oil Corporation in conjunction with Ramky Enviro who is a waste management company.
Kelloggs choose MCERTS instrumentation from PPM
To comply with their discharge consent, Kelloggs at Wrexham have recently purchased instrumentation from PPM. After consultation with both the local Water Company and the Environment Agency, the Company decided to purchase the Protoc 300 model that meets the MCERTS certification requirement. The instruments have been engineered by PPM using a backboard assembly which is mounted in the Kellogg’s boiler room. The sister site located at Trafford Park have three similar Protoc TOC installations which have been used to control their new effluent plant and maintain compliant effluent quality.
Shanghai Source place order for 10 Proam ammonia monitors
Two ProAm ammonia monitors will be supplied at the beginning of June and eight will following during July 2008. The instruments will be installed at waste water treatment facilities to monitor effluent quality.
Wessex Water choice PPM turbidity on settled sewage
The Poole WwTW has purchased a Visoturb turbidity intended for a settled sewage application to replace an existing instrument. The settled sewage is dosed with iron coagulant and polymer upstream of sedimentation process. The sample is therefore very challenging. The turbidity sensor will be installed with an automatic air cleaning system to blast the face of the sensor with compressed air to remove chemical and biological fouling.
Growhow at Teesside choose PPM
Growhow have recently purchased a bespoke analyser kiosk engineered by PPM to exacting standards. The monitoring system was supplied through K-Home international who are a long established and reputed engineering company. The analyser kiosk provides duplex measurement of TOC, Ammonia, & Nitrate to ensure maximum up time and built in redundancy. The Protoc 300 model complies with the latest MCERTS accreditation and provides continuous TOC analysis while the ammonia & nitrate are reported by the Varion plus technology which communicates to the IQ Sensor Net system. All instrumentation continuously measures a pumped sample comprising surface water from the fertiliser manufacturing facility to ensure compliance.
Protoc 300 analysers planned for Saudi Petrochemical application
Four analyser systems complete with sample preparation have been shipped to Saudi Arabia this month. This follows two separate visits from Sabic engineers to perform witness testing and then to receive operation and maintenance training. The Protoc 300 instruments have been supplied with membrane filtration systems (except for one effluent stream receiving Glycol where Paper Band Filtration has been found to be most effective) and these monitoring systems will be ultimately installed by our distributor into air conditioned enclosures, to maintain a stable ambient temperature. Once complete the package will be installed for the Saudi Yanbu Petrochemcial Company located at Yanbu Industrial city to measure site effluent discharge.
United Utilities at Fleetwood WwTW procures Protoc analysers
Fleetwood WwTW have fitted two new Protoc TOC monitoring stations forming part of a significant investment program to improve water quality in the Wyne region. One of the two Protoc installations provides continuous measurement of a screened sewage sample at a ‘bell chamber’ located at the inlet to the treatment works. The installation requires a robust sample system with a back purge using compressed air to maintain the sample feed. The second Protoc installation provides continuous measurement on the final effluent for direct comparison and also to ensure compliance prior to discharge at a sea outfall.
Britvic places order for effluent monitoring station
We have received an order for an effluent monitoring station comprising a Protoc 300 TOC analyser and an automatic refrigerated sampler which will be integrated in to a walkin analyser kiosk for the Britvic site at Becton. The monitoring system will be used to collect data for the effluent quality to facilitate waste minimisation.
Wessex Water order two ammolyt plus systems
Following the success of the battery powered Varion system used to report ammoniacal-nitrogen last year, Wessex Water have placed a repeat order. The instrumentation allows evaluation of effluents at sites which do not have instrumentation permanently installed and where power supply is not available. Additionally a permanent installation comprising an ammolyt plus and turbidity sensor has been supplied for Ratfin WwTW for effluent monitoring.
Anglian water purchase laboratory TOC analyser
The Labtoc will be used in their Huntingdon laboratory to test potable water. The UV-persulphate instrument was supplied with a 90 place carousel to allow automated and unattended analysis.
Wessex Water place order for 18 effluent monitors
We have received an order to supply 18 number IQ Sensor Net systems comprising the Visoturb turbidity and ammolytplus ammonium sensor technology. The instrumentation will be installed at numerous sites to continuously monitor final effluent quality.
Nijhuis order Protoc 300 TOC analyser to support their UK installation
The Dutch treatment company Nijhuis has placed an order for the Protoc 300 TOC analyser accredited by MCERTS to monitor the final effluent from a BAFF plant recently installed at a UK drinks company.
The Natural Environmental Research Council purchases Labtoc analyser
The Edinburgh laboratory have purchased a Labtoc instrument to measure samples for organic content derived from a variety of aquatic environments.
Repeat business in India
Two Protoc analysers where delivered to Forbes Marshal in India. The Protoc TL has been configured to monitor trace level contamination within condensate return applications to allow product evaluation throughout the steam and electricity generation markets. The second instrument is part of a control package intended for resale to an engineering company.
Three Valleys water makes further investment
We received an order for a further ten microtol instruments to replace existing instrumentation at the Clay Lane WTW. The turbidity instruments have been extensively installed to monitor potable water production.
Essex and Suffolk Water invest in WTW turbidity
Following a three month performance evaluation, the Water Company has purchased instrumentation to measure turbidity at two locations. The Visoturb sensors will be fitted with compressed air cleaning directly within the clarifiers to achieve maintenance free operation.
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