New range of AquareadTM Meters, Probes and Loggers for Sampling & Monitoring

February 3, 2011

Last month we were delighted to be appointed a distributor of the award winning, British manufacturer Aquaread’sTM multiparameter water quality test equipment, designed for use in the field.

That water is a precious commodity speaks for itself and in response to changes in regulation such as the Water Framework Directive and improvements in equipment by the introduction of schemes like MCERTS, we have been looking for additional equipment to add to our existing range of leading sampling and monitoring systems which will give our customers even more choice and additional value when it comes to selecting the right instrument for a project.

We will stock Aquaread’s meters, probes and loggers. All these instruments are easy to use, yet highly sophisticated and when combined will measure pH, EC, optical dissolved oxygen, Redox, turbidity and temperature. The recently launched AquaPlusTM meter is an advanced portable optical dissolved oxygen measurement system incorporating GPS, extremely important for fieldwork as data collected in the field is meaningless if the locations at which the readings were taken are not accurately known. This meter can take up to 2000 sets of readings tagged with time, date and position. These can then be downloaded from the meter onto a PC and reported in text or spreadsheet format as well as Google™ Maps or Google™ Earth, where the readings can be overlaid on either maps or satellite photos – an excellent method of spotting potential sources of pollution.

For more information visit our dedicated pages or call us on +44 (0) 1428 661 660.

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