Emerson Process Management, Rosemount Analytical Liquid will be displaying a variety of products at Booth #506 at ACE10, June 20 to 24 in Chicago.
Emerson’s RDO sensor and analyzer is intended for the determination of dissolved oxygen in water, and is ideal for wastewater aeration basins and ponds. Because the sensor uses an equilibrium method, fluorescence quenching, it is less affected by fouling than polarographic sensors and does not require a flowing sample.
The Model 6081-C transmitter is ideal for monitoring applications in hard-to-reach or cost-prohibitive locations. It measures conductivity, resistivity, total dissolved solids or custom curve variable.
The Rosemount Analytical Clarity II On-line turbidity system allows municipal water treatment facilities to comply with U.S. EPA 180.1 or international ISO 7027 regulations for measurement of water clarity. The Clarity II is a complete system including a single- or dual-input analyzer, an optical sensor; a debubbler chamber. The Clarity II turbidimeter incorporates the Model 1056 dual-input intelligent analyzer.
The new Model 56 4-wire multi-parameter liquid analytical instrument was recently introduced by Rosemount Analytical. It is currently available for demonstration and sale, and serves industrial, commercial and municipal applications.
The Model FCL free chlorine system is intended for the determination of free chlorine in fresh water. The Model FCL does not use an expensive sample conditioning system or messy reagents to control pH. Instead, the analyzer automatically compensates for changes in the pH of the sample using a membrane-covered amperometric sensor.
Source: Water and Wastes Digest