Justin will be demonstrating our 'LUX' range of robust high performance sensor solutions specifically designed with the water utility and environmental monitoring sectors in mind. These sensors monitor Algae, Dyes, CDOM (Organics), Bacteria, BOD, Hydrocarbons and Turbidity.
Both portable and on-line sensor systems will be demonstrated, all based on fluorescence technology providing high sensitivity and selectivity. These ‘LUX’ range of sensors can also be easily connected to existing systems.
Chelsea’s sensors provide benefits in areas such as filter monitoring and management, disinfection by-product formation potential, coagulation control, bacteria and organic loading, taste and odour, hydrocarbon contamination of water sources and efficacy of bacterial removal systems.
Justin will be presenting on CTG’s new Multi-Parameter fluorometer, the V-Lux, which can be configured for detection of a number of compounds including Algae, Tryptophan (for Bacterial Monitoring / BOD) and Hydrocarbons. Field fluorometers have traditionally been challenged by interfering fluorescence from non-target compounds, high turbidity levels and high concentrations which can directly impact the accuracy of the readings obtained. The new fluorometer includes 3 fluorescence channels as well as absorption, turbidity and temperature channels which allow corrections from these potential interferences, providing unambiguous data of the target compounds and providing range levels previously unobtainable from field fluorometers.
More about WWEM
The 8th in the Series of International Water and Wastewater Monitoring events, WWEM is focused for companies and individuals who are involved with water, wastewater and environmental monitoring. WWEM comprises of a two day conference run with industry partners including SWIG (Sensors for water Interest Group) an exhibition of over 150 companies who provide instruments, equipment and services to monitor, test and analyse water and wastewater plus over 80 free technical seminar sessions on applications and case studies.