Monitoring of Ammonium Loads in Waste Water: Online Measurements Made Easy and Affordable

Sep 19 2006

Author: Dr. Joep van den Broeke on behalf of S::can GmbH

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Removal of nitrogen containing substances and nutrients is one of the most important processes in waste water treatment plants. To monitor this nitrification / denitrification process, s::can™ now offers the ion selective ammonium sensor ‘ammo::lyser’. The ammo::lyser is a robust and easy to operate ion selective sensor that is automatically compensated for possible cross-sensitivity to temperature, pH and potassium. Together with the s::can™ spectro::lyser™ (TSS, COD, NO3-) and the oxi::lyser (O2), the ammo::lyser puts s::can™ in a unique position, in that it can provide the online monitoring and control of all parameters relevant in the process of nitrogen removal in a single integrated measuring system.

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