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CTG Introduce Non-contact Algae Monitoring: ALGAE-Station NC

PRODUCT LAUNCH: Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG) launch their new Non-Contact Algae System, the "ALGAE-Station NC" at   WEFTEC 2017.

The new Algae-Station Non-Contact system from leading water quality sensor designer CTG will be launched at  WEFTEC 2017 on 2-4 October.  The Algae-Station NC provides water process control operators with a unique monitoring system which reduces cleaning and maintenance requirements that are commonly associated with in situ sensors, reducing significantly Cost of Ownership of these type of sensors.   

overseas agents

Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG) specialises in the design and manufacture of a range of sensors & systems for the maritime, marine science, water environmental, defence and process control markets.  “For over  50 years we have been operating globally via a network of overseas agents and partners,” said CTG’s Sales Manager Justin Dunning. “We are now actively seeking new overseas representatives who specialize in our business sectors”. 

CTG’s Sensor Solutions for Water Utility & Environmental Monitoring Sectors on Display at SWIG

Sensing in Water 2017, 27-28 September 2017, Nottingham Belfry
Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG) will be exhibiting and presenting at the Sensing in Water Conference, 27-28 September 2017, Nottingham Belfry. The topic of the conference is "Meaningful measurement from the micro to the macro scale". Presentations will range from the micro (sensor design), to process control, to network monitoring, up to the use of monitoring at the catchment scale including clean water, wastewater and environmental applications.

 

90 TriLuxes sold to Sweden

Justin Dunning is pleased to announce a new contract has just been awarded to Chelsea Technologies Group to supply over 90 CTG TriLux fluorometers for use on a Swedish pioneering programme to develop standardised infrastructures for understanding mesocosm experiments in lakes.  

These TriLux fluorometers are all configured to measure Chlorophyll a, Phycocyanin Algae Pigment and Turbidity, to inform on how planned experiments will affect the Algae within these lakes.  The fluorometers will provide data in SDI-12 format for onward transmission.  A set of approximately 20 TriLuxes are destined for five different research stations. 

Algae-Wader Pro system, which is an easy to use portable in-situ algae monitor providing data on Chl-a and other algae based pigments

The Finnish Environment Institute SYKE, has recently taken delivery of a CTG ALGAE-Wader Pro system, as part of the programme ‘Far Out! – Pupils as Environmental Scientists’.  The Project aims to achieve multidisciplinary learning models via environmental research projects with pupils using different technological instruments and measurements as part of the research processes.  The CTG Algae-Wader Pro system, which is an easy to use portable in-situ  algae monitor providing data on Chl-a and other algae based pigments, will be used to augment current practices of taking samples for laboratory analysis.   

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