Aqualab Scientific Pty Ltd
Aqualab Scientific; leader in water quality and level monitoring instruments. HYDROLAB Water Quality Multiprobes for lakes, rivers, estuaries, oceans, groundwater, wastewater. OTT Level and Discharge Sensors. ADCON Smart Wireless Telemetry, Soil and Weather Sensors. DIVER Temperature/Level/Conductivity Loggers. TURNER DESIGNS Fluorometers for chlorophyll a, blue-green algae and dye trace studies.
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Unit 36, 10 Gladstone Road , Castle Hill NSW 2154 (Directions)
Frequent monitoring of soil and groundwater quality is traditionally a labour-intensive job. This is also the case if saltwater intrusion or pollution at remediation sites needs to be monitored. The CTD-Diver from Schlumberger is a fully stand-alone data logger with built-in memory, battery and sensors. It is used for reliability and longevity in groundwater quality monitoring.
Turner Designs has introduced the PhytoCyt flow cytometer, a cell analysis system developed in partnership with Accuri cytometers. The system is suitable for applications that monitor the health of marine and freshwater environments.
The OTT ADC (acoustic digital current meter) is an acoustic flow measuring instrument for the measurement of point velocities in open waters (eg, rivers, small streams, irrigation canals and so on). It calculates discharge measurements according to EN ISO 748 and USGS standards. It combines the plumb-line method with innovative technologies for the measurement of flow velocity and water depth. Approved acoustic measuring principles combined with a high-end signal processor provide precise and reliable data.
Cyclops-7 is the latest submersible fluorometer release from Turner Designs. It measures chlorophyll a or Rhodamine WT and has an optional solid secondary standard.
The Hach/Hydrolab LDO sensor is approved by the EPA. It uses a sensor cap that is coated with a luminescent material. Blue light from an LED strikes the luminescent chemical on the sensor, which instantly becomes excited. As the excited chemical relaxes, it releases red light. The higher the oxygen concentration, the less red light given off by the sensor cap. The red light is detected by a photo diode. The time it takes for the chemical to return to a relaxed state is measured.
The Hach Sigma SD900 sampler controller produces reliable sampling results without time-consuming maintenance.
The CTD-Diver is a fully standalone data logger with built-in memory, battery and sensors. Its ceramic casing and conductivity measuring range (0-80 mS) make it suitable for use at every measuring site.