New pollution monitoring instrument prevents industrial effluent from contaminating local water
Oct 27 2020 Read 425 Times
The detection of accidental contamination and spills into waterways, drains and waste water systems is now vital for environmental, financial and PR security. A lack of monitoring puts many companies at risk.
To meet these needs Multisensor Systems is launching the MS1900 Monitor, designed to detect fuels, oils and other pollutants in outflows from industrial, food and beverage and transport facilities.
The MS1900 effluent monitor is a vital component in the defence of the environment, the avoidance of heavy fines for illegal discharges and the PR disasters which follow.
Multisensor Systems’ MS1900 works in the harshest conditions with long service periods, reducing operating costs and without needing reagents or other hazardous materials.
The MS1900 can detect contamination down to 100 ppb and samples as frequently as every two seconds.
With a variety of sampling systems to remove the likelihood of blockages the MS1900 offers simplicity of installation and operation, working with 240 VAC or battery power and a variety of communications interfaces.
A simple user interface allows programming of functions such as alarm thresholds and sampling frequency and all historical data is easily accessed.
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