Water > Monitoring devices

Dwyer Instruments Series UTC ultrasonic liquid transmitter controller and Model UTS ultrasonic liquid transmitter sensor

07 February, 2013

Dwyer Instruments has released its Series UTC ultrasonic liquid transmitter controller and Model UTS ultrasonic liquid transmitter sensor.

Nanosponge filters out herbicide poisons from water

25 January, 2013

A team of researchers, led by Dr Mainak Majumder and Phillip Sheath from Monash University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering and Dr Matthew Hill from CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering, have developed a highly porous metal-organic framework (MOF) that, almost uniquely, is stable and able to filter substances in water.

Good response to NZ water measuring compliance action

17 December, 2012

New Zealand’s Environment Canterbury is working with water consent holders with takes of 20 litres per second and more to ensure compliance with the national regulations to install a water measuring system.

Hach Titralab analyser for pH/total acidity

07 December, 2012

The TitraLab automatic analyser is specifically designed for pH and total acidity in food and beverage applications, making it suitable for routine analysis measurements.

Providing pumps and real-time data during Hurricane Sandy

03 December, 2012

Opinions are divided on whether or not Hurricane Sandy was fuelled by climate change, but the fact is this extreme storm in the US in October caused a massive amount of destruction and loss of life. According to scientists storms such as this will become more common and one factor that caused Sandy to swell was that ocean waters were about 1° warmer thanks to man-made climate change. Catastrophes such as this call for innovative solutions and technology from companies such as Xylem to help monitor the situation and control the clean-up in its aftermath.

Gardena Water Smart Flow Meter

04 November, 2012

The Gardena Water Smart Flow Meter is used to precisely control water consumption for gardening applications.

SA school students build remote control vehicles to monitor wetland health

30 October, 2012

More than 60 students from across Adelaide will compete at Unity Park tomorrow to see who has built the best remote controlled water sampling vehicle.

Bürkert signal input board for MultiCell 8619 transmitter/controller

13 October, 2012

The modular multichannel MultiCell 8619 is designed with standard functions and extension modules, to customise the transmitter/controller to specific application needs and connected sensors.

Hanna Instruments HI 9829 and HI 98290 GPS multiparameter meters

28 September, 2012

Rugged, waterproof and easy to use, the HI9829 and HI98290 are suitable meters for field measurements of water quality parameters. Both meters display one to 12 parameters simultaneously from up to 15 user-selectable parameters.

The value of measuring your ‘footprint’

19 September, 2012

Footprint is an online monitoring tool developed by Melbourne-based iota. Using the tool, organisations can monitor and quickly review every aspect of their environmental footprint.The City of Greater Dandenong uses Footprint to monitor water and electricity usage across meters in 18 locations.

Station provides flood warning and road weather data

13 August, 2012

ALERT stations are typically set up to acquire and transmit hydrological and meteorological data on a timed and event basis. Campbell Scientific data loggers that are used to run ALERT stations have plenty of capability to spare, and that capability can be leveraged to perform a variety of services.

Sigrist AquaScat online turbidity analyser

09 August, 2012

The Swiss-made Sigrist AquaScat turbidity analyser uses a free-falling sample design in which the water sample is never in contact with the cell. The cell measures turbidity through the entire sample by the 90° scattered light principle (ISO 7027).

Plant water status tool to help with irrigation scheduling

06 August, 2012

A grant worth almost $300,000 from Commercialisation Australia is set to help a South Australian company to commercialise an innovative technology to inform crop irrigation scheduling. The technology responds to the need for farmers to have sophisticated measurement tools to help them optimise their total water usage.

Hach DR 6000 UV vis Spectrophotometer with RFID technology

01 August, 2012

The DR 6000 lab spectrophotometer from Hach offers high-speed wavelength scanning across the UV and visible spectrum and comes with over 250 preprogrammed methods including the most common testing methods used today.

Newsletter program

30 July, 2012

Hach Pacific introduced TheSource Loyalty Program in July for its customers within Australia and New Zealand.

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