Measurement and documentation of water quality simplified
Sep 20 2019 Read 447 Times
Systronik’s new CAPBs® sens WQ 10 measuring device kit can be used to check water quality, assess water supply installations and check heating systems for corrosion damage. The WQ 10 sensor module makes it possible to determine temperature, electrical conductivity, permissible overall hardness (sum total of alkaline earth metals) of filling water and the requisite heating water pH setting. This makes it possible to test, safeguard and document the quality of the water on site at any time in order to prevent damage caused by corrosion and limescale during set-up, operation and maintenance. The TDS value (sum total of dissolved substances in water) and the salt content can factored in to the measurements. Thanks to the automatic temperature compensation and measuring range changeover, the sensor offers a high degree of measuring accuracy.
The measurement data is transmitted to the EuroSoft® live app on smartphones or tablets using Bluetooth and displayed in real time. PDF measuring reports together with the date and time can be produced directly from the measurements. These can be stored on iOS and Android terminal devices and transmitted. Additional information such as the customer name or even your own signature can also be added to the measurements. This provides maximum protection in the event of damage.
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