Protoc 300 TOC analysers supplied to India for petrochemical waste water monitoring
Forbes Marshal have placed another order for two further Protoc 300 TOC analysers for a project with Chemtrols Industries Ltd., which is a leading solutions provider in process analytics, environment and emission monitoring. The instruments are for waste water monitoring on the Indian Oil Company Ltd (IOCL) Paradip plant due to start production late 2012.
Proam ammonia builds on previous water monitoring success in China
Our distributor Shanghai Source Environmental Instrument Company has placed an order for a further ten ProAm ammonia monitors. Five instruments were shipped before Christmas and the balance of the order will follow early in January. Three instruments will be tested by the China Standard Certification Centre for the renewal of Certificate of Environmental Protection Products of China. The certificate was first awarded in 2008 authenticating the Proam ammonia monitor as a preferred instrument for on line water quality measurement.
PPM achieves renewed MCERTS and ISO9001:2008 certification
Our MCERTS third party inspection was completed by the Sira to make sure that our manufacturing quality plan meets the rigorous standards set by the Environment Agency. Once again, PPM has attained the MCERTS conformity standard for the Protoc 300 TOC analyser, extending the certification to 2016.
The Company's quality manufacturing system (QMS) was also simultaneously third party assessed and successfully validated by the test agency, meeting the ISO9001:2008 standard.
Lloyd's completes third party inspection for Protoc TOC projects for India
Three further Protoc 300 TOC analysers have been passed by Lloyds Register who completed witness testing of the instrumentation as per the QAP schedule issued by the client. This process verifies both performance and quality. Our Indian distributor, Forbes Marshall will complete the site commissioning of the instrumentation. Two instruments were procured by Engenders India Limited (EIL) Delhi office and one for EIL Kolkatta. All three instruments are for Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited (BCPL) petrochemical plant for condensate monitoring for contamination breakthrough.
PPM attends WTW, Germany
The annual distributor conference once again provided an excellent forum for transfer of product and application knowledge between WTW and their appointed distributors.
PPM presented trial data for the nitralyplus nitrate probe from several successful product evaluations conducted by UK water companies in addition to general product and market feedback. WTW also provided a number of presentations including new product which is to be launched in 2012.
Wessex Water awards instrument Framework to PPM
PPM has received an instrument supply framework from Wessex Water for the continued supply of the Proam ammonia monitor. With more than 18 key strategic installations, the Proam ammonia has been the preferred analytical instrument for final effluent monitoring. The proven track record and the optimal design influenced the selection. Self-validation provides users a high level of confidence in transmitted data, helping sites to remain compliant. In addition to the automatic calibration is a user programmable auto-clean routine, to maintain the instrument even in the more challenging waste-water applications.
Eon Energy selects Protoc TOC technology
PPM has received an order for a walk-in analyser kiosk containing a Protoc 300 TOC analyser with Paper Band Filtration. The gas storage facility located in Cheshire, uses Glycol within the process and is employing good environmental management practise. The Protoc TOC analyser will continuously measure the surface water which enters a three stage pumped-over holding tank arrangement. The Protoc analyser is capable of alarming the presence of the Glycol in the surface water, isolating the discharge to the local watercourse.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical upgrade Protoc TOC analysers
The BMS site in Dublin, is upgrading their existing Protoc TOC analyser technology which was supplied more than 12 years ago. Two Protoc 300 TOC analysers have been supplied to provide continuous monitoring of surface water and effluent discharge from the Sword Laboratory manufacturing site.
Atlas Instrument Corporation, Taiwan purchase Proam ammonia monitor
We have supplied a Proam ammonia monitor to our Taiwanese distributor so they can complete a number of product evaluations with their prospective end users.
Growhow monitors surface water quality at Elsemere Port
PPM has commissioned instrumentation to monitor the quality of surface water discharge to a local water course from the Ince site at Elsemere Port Industrial Park. The Proam ammonia monitor will provide continuous monitoring for nitrogen based fertilisers whilst the Protoc TOC technology will indicate the organic loading which can be affected from previous land use.
Growhow updates Protoc technology at Billingham site
The original Protoc instrumentation supplied in a previous century has now been upgraded with the latest Protoc 300 and Web; graphical data display technology. One Protoc analyser measures the final outfall from the plant going into the River Tees. An additional Protoc analyser measures a combined discharge which includes another trader.
Portsmouth Water integrate on-line pH measurement
The IQ Sensor Net systems installed at three water abstraction sites within Portsmouth Water have been upgraded with the integration of digital pH sensor technology. The simple addition of the Sensolyt pH mounted into the existing sample break-tank has been a simplified by the plug and play format.
The Indian Oil Company Limited (IOCL) purchase Protoc TOC analyser technology
Our Indian distributor, Forbes Marshal have supplied two Protoc TOC analysers to IOCL through UEM measuring the combined outlet from two clarifiers and another instrument measuring TOC after a pH balancing tank. UEM Group is an international multi-disciplined environmental services company specialized in providing turnkey design and construction services in water and wastewater treatment for industries and municipalities.
Severn Trent Water places significant Proam ammonia analyser order
A call-off order, for an additional 50 Proam analysers, has been received to supply Severn Trent Water with final effluent ammonia analysers. The target is to have a total of 55 units supplied, installed and operational by March 2012.
Anglian Water installs further IQ ammolytplus system at Norwich
Another IQ Sensor Net system, with the Ammolytplus 700 IQ dip probe, has been installed at the Whitlingham Lane site, in Norwich. The instrument replaces old analyser technology and is installed to monitor the final effluent quality. The submersible sensor is fitted with automatic compressed air cleaning to maintain the sensor in optimum condition.
Wessex Water uses IQ Sensolyt pH technology at inlet to works
The IQ Sensor Net technology with Sensolyt pH measurement has been installed at West Bay pumping station in Dorset to monitor the crude sewage. This instrumentation is installed upstream of a biological treatment process that are sensitive to severe pH variations. The continuous monitor is connected to telemetry and will be used for real time monitoring and control. Crude sewage significantly affected by non-compliant traders will be isolated into separate storage tanks to regulate it's impact.
China orders another 10 Proam ammonia monitors!
Shanghai Source Environmental Instrument Company have taken delivery of ten more Proam ammonia monitors destined for the Shandong Province river water monitoring project. The province is a significant coastal province in East China, located in the lower reaches of the Yellow River and borders on the Bohai Sea and the Yellow Sea.
Severn Trent Water installs additional Proam analysers
Two more Proam monitors have been supplied for installation within Severn Trent Water. The instrumentation will be installed to provide continuous final effluent monitoring at two different waste-water treatment facilities.
Tata purchases the seventh Proam analyser
The former Corus Steel plant at Scunthorpe (now owned by Tata), has commissioned the seventh Proam ammonia monitor. The instrumentation will continuously report the ammonia concentration of a waste stream, from a Coking plant that discharges to trade.
United Utilities commissions Proam and Protoc instrumentation
On-line analytical technology manufactured by PPM has been commissioned at two different sites within United Utilities during July. A Proam ammonia monitor will now provide continuous measurement of ammonia at Alderley Edge WwTW (outfall consent monitoring). Additionally, a Protoc micro-Spyder and Web system will provide continuous TOC measurement with data collection and graphing at Whalley Bridge WwTW. The Protoc instrumentation is being used to provide continuous measurement of the organic loading entering the treatment facility and will assists Scientist to optimise the treatment process and comply with imposed BOD consents.
Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals (MRPL) in India select Protoc TOC technology for cooling tower monitoring
Forbes Marshall has secured an important order to supply two Protoc 300 TOC analysers ranged 0-20 PPM TOC to monitor cooling water at the Mangalore Refinery. The instrumentation has been procured by Hamon Shriram Cottrell Pvt. Ltd based in Mumbai, who are a specialist contractor providing a cooling treatment plant to the Mangalore Refinery manufacturing petrochemicals. The two instruments were third party inspected, by Bureau Veritas at PPM's offices in Kent.
Severn Trent Water selects Proam ammonia technology
Severn Trent Water has purchased three Proam ammonia monitors which will be installed for final effluent monitoring. The Proam instrument was selected following an exhaustive product evaluation lasting more than five months. The Proam analyser system performed very reliably with the minimum of maintenance despite challenging conditions. The recorded data demonstrated excellent correlation with discrete sample analysis performed at a Namas accredited laboratory, supporting the selection as a compliance monitor.
Wessex Water procure latest optical DO and sludge blanket level monitors
The current upgrade to the Tarrant Crawford WwTW will include installation of the latest optical FDO 700 IQ technology. Five sensors and two controllers will be supplied to monitor and control the aeration treatment process. Additionally the ENV100 sludge blanket level monitor with automatic compressed air cleaning will also be supplied, to automate the decanting of sludge.
Laboratory TOC technology supplied to Tanzania
Two Labtoc TOC analysers manufactured by PPM, have been delivered to a UK contractor providing a complete analytical laboratory, to the Department of Irrigation and Drinking Water, based in Tanzania. The Labtoc analysers were witness tested prior to dispatch. The visit to PPM also provided an opportunity for the UK contractor to receive operational training prior to their commissioning visit. Each analyser has been supplied with a 48 place carousel, to allow automated batch analysis of samples, in the concentration range 0-4,000 PPM TOC.
Atlas Group-Taiwan supply three PROTOC 300 TL TOC analysers
Three orders for Protoc TOC trace level analysers were shipped to Taiwan this month. Our local agent has supplied instruments to two different contractors providing water treatment expertise. Mega Union Technology inc. is a professional design and engineering company, who specialize in high purity water systems and industrial wastewater recycling. Additionally two instruments were also supplied to Hwa Chung Environmental Technology Co., Ltd. who will install the instrumentation at a factory manufacturing electronic components including touch screens.
IQ Sensor Net monitors Glastonbury waste
A new monitoring system reporting ammonium and turbidity has been installed at Wells WwTW in Wessex Water to monitor treated effluent quality. The site is treating waste derived from Glastonbury which sees a large population equivalent increase during the summer music festival period. This compliments another system installed at Glastonbury WwTW and is in fact, one of many installed for Wessex Water. The technology is used to keep a constant check on effluent quality at strategic sites within their catchment.
Growhow Cheshire commissions Proam and Protoc analysers
A walkin analyser kiosk complete with Protoc 300 TOC and Proam ammonia analysers has been commissioned to monitor effluent after an oily water separator at Growhow. The plant located near Ellesmere Port manufactures agrichemicals and wanted to install continuous environmental monitoring to maintain effluent quality and analyse for soluble components within effluent streams.
Oil Refinery purchase another Protoc analyser
Pomeko Systems a division of BP Techem, Poland have taken delivery of another Micro Spyder & Web analyser. The instrument has been configured to report the Total Organic Carbon using a method referred to as “TOC by difference” which ensures inclusion of volatile components. The Protoc instrument has been installed to provide continuous measurement of cooling water used at the PK Orlen refinery.
Protoc analyser installed at Indian refinery
Forbes Marshal of India has again secured an order for an important project via the Engineers India Limited (EIL) Company for Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd (MRPL). The Protoc 300 instrument was witnessed tested before delivery and will provide continuous measurement of possible contamination breakthrough on a condensate loop.
Anglian Water installs further effluent monitors
Two further IQ ammolytplus systems have been installed at Colchester WwTW to measure the final effluent and in-process ammonia concentrations. The probe technology is maintained with an automatic air cleaning system to remove bio-fouling from the immersion sensors.
Richtech Innovation in Thailand selects the OFD Oil film detector
Existing floating oil film detection instrumentation has been replaced by our OFD non-contact detector. The original instrumentation was repeatably damaged by floating debris impacting the device during high flow conditions. The OFD supplied by PPM is mounted above the water surface, in a culvert and is not physically affected by floating debris.
DDD Fleet laboratory upgrades Protoc TOC TL to latest technology
Our latest Protoc trace level analyser ranged 0-750 PPB TPOC has been installed to monitor the ultra-pure water ring main and replaces an earlier model, providing 14 years of continuous service. The site in Watford makes an ingredient used in the manufacture of hormone replacement patches and must comply with the USP Pharmacopoeia regulations which require continual analysis of sterile water used within production.
Proam ammonia analyser reaches Vietnam
Our Taiwanese agent has secured a project to supply a Proam ammonia monitor to Vietnam which will be installed to monitor the final effluent at a chemical manufacturing waste water treatment plant.
Anglian Water installs ammolytplus technology
Another IQ ammolytplus system has been installed at Heacham WwTW in Norfolk. The catchment experiences large population equivalent fluctutations during the summer months with increased attendance at the local caravan parks. The probe provides continuous measurement of final effluent quality and is automatically maintained by an air purge cleaning system.
United Utilities take delivery of the seventh monitoring trailer
The seventh towable trailer has been delivered to United Utilities allowing rapid deployment to monitor waste-water treatment facilities. The trailer has been equipped with an IQ Sensor Net system providing probe measurements of pH, DO and ammonium in addition to analyser technology reporting TOC, phosphate and iron.
Bhatinda Refinery purchase Protoc 300 TOC
Another Protoc TOC analyser has been delivered to our Indian representative following witness testing and product inspection by Lloyds. The Protoc 300 TOC instrument will be installed at the HMEL, Bhatinda refinery to monitor water quality at an evaporator plant. Bhatinda is situated in the southern part of Punjab State in the heart of Malwa region and has an expanding industrial base.
Forbes Marshal order Protoc 300 TOC analyser
The Central Pollution Control Board in India has purchased a Protoc 300 TOC analyser ranged 0-300 PPM to provide continuous monitoring during a long term trial of waste water treatment plant technology. The instrumentation will be used to collect data and evaluate the efficiency of treatment processes to protect the local environment.
DWR Cymru Welsh Water orders final effluent monitor
The IQ Sensor Net ammolytplus ammonium monitor has been ordered for the Garnswilt WwTW to replace the existing site instrument. The system has been selected based on previous experience as the immersion probe technology simplifies installation and subsequent maintenance especially as the automatic air cleaning has prevented biological fouling.
Portsmouth Water order raw water monitoring systems
The IQ Sensor Net system has been selected for three sites within Portsmouth Water to provide continuous intake protection measurements. The systems will be initially supplied with the Tetracon 700 IQ sensor reporting conductivity. The installations will allow for the simple integration of additional sensors once initial appraisals have been performed.
PK Orlen Refinery purchase additional Protoc TOC technology
Another Protoc TOC analyser has been purchased through Pomeko Systems a division of BP Teckem. The Protoc 300 model will be installed at the PK Orlen refinery located at Plock in central Poland. Our technology was selected to provide continuous condensate monitoring to identify organic breakthrough following positive experience with existing PPM instruments over the last ten years.
DWR Cymru Welsh Water orders additional waste-water instruments
An IQ Sensor Net system complete with sensor measuring dissolved oxygen, pH and MLSS has been ordered for Reynoldston WwTW situated near Gowerton in south Wales. All the sensors will be mounted into the MBR process and connect to a central DIQ/S182-XT4 controller situated in an adjacent control room.
Wessex Water orders inlet pH monitoring system
An IQ Sensor Net pH monitoring system has been selected for installation at West Bay pumping station in Dorset, to monitor the crude sewage for pH variations. The installation will allow Scientists to evaluate the impact of non-compliant trade discharge affecting the pH of waste-water entering biological treatment.
United Utilities installs final effluent monitors
A final effluent monitoring station comprising a Protoc 300 TOC analyser and a Proam ammonia monitor has been installed at Leigh WwTW. The monitoring station has provides feedback control by continuously measuring effluent quality for the organic loading and ammoniacal-nitrogen concentrations.
Chinese river water quality monitoring Station
Shanghai Source Environmental Instrument Company have placed an order for a Protoc 300 TOC and OFD-1 oil on water alarm for a river water monitoring station. Delivery will take place in February after the Chinese New Year celebrations to welcome the year of the rabbit.
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