Today at Ocean Business, Chelsea Technologies are pleased to supply Idronaut Srl with the new 2000m rated TriLux configured for measurement of Chlorophyll-a, Phycoerythrin and Turbidity for integration to their Ocean Seven series of CTD’s. The increased depth capability of the popular miniature multi-channel fluorometer has made this an ideal addition to the Ocean Seven multiparameter Sonde. Chelsea Technologies have been providing Idronaut with TriLux fluorometers since its original launch, including OEM versions for direct integration to the Sonde.
The TriLux is a high sensitivity low cost miniaturised algae sensor capable of monitoring different algae pigments within a single probe. It uniquely offers a range of data output formats providing ease of integration to CTDs, remote vehicles and buoys.
For more information please contact:
Sam Kirby, Marine Sales Manager
Mobile: +44(0)7825 688764
Tel: +44(0)20 8481 9026
Media contact: For more information / high resolution image, please contact Ellen Keegan,
Tel: +44(0) 208 481 9019.
NOTES TO EDITORS - Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG) is a leading manufacturer of sensors & systems for the maritime, marine science, water environmental, defence and process control markets. With over 50 years' experience, CTG specialises in optical, acoustic and physical sensors measuring algae, bacteria, hydrocarbons and water clarity.
Chelsea's Technical Director Dr John Attridge handing over TriLux Algae Fluorometer to Flavio Graziottin
OCEAN BUSINESS DEMONSTRATION – Justin Dunnning will be holding a dockside demonstration entitled "Pollution monitoring from sewage to oil in water using the Chelsea Lux range of fluorometers" on Tuesday 9 April at 12.30pm. During this session, he'll also introduce the new 2000m TriLux. Register to attend.
Our team will be delighted to discuss your requirements on Stand T8 - Ocean Business (9-11 April, Southampton Oceanography Centre) - come and say hello.