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KROHNE Level Radar and TDR Promotional Offer

To celebrate Krohne’s new manufacturing capability at their Peabody, Massachusetts facility we are pleased to announce a price promotion for the newest KROHNE level devices produced there. These products can now be produced and shipped within 5 days of order receipt.

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Temporary Flow Measurement Solution With An Improperly Installed Flume

Recently one of our customers was contracted to perform a temporary flow study at a commercial bakery.  The purpose of the flow study was to quantify the volume of process wastewater being discharged so a pretreatment system could be designed and installed to satisfy the requirements of the local water control district.  Our customer reached…

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The New In-Situ smarTroll RDO Handheld

How about a dedicated dissolved oxygen probe that you can use with your smartphone?  The new smarTROLL RDO Handheld uses In-Situ’s robust optical RDO sensor which is one of the few on the market today with EPA approval for DO, BOD, and CBOD measurement.

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Tough Challenges in Sewer Lift Station Level Measurement

Tough challenges for sewer lift station level measurement are operating in an extremely harsh environment; and reliable performance without frequent maintenance. Pump controls are dependent on accurate level sensing; so the level sensor must be designed to withstand these conditions; without the need for constant maintenance and calibration.

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Teledyne Isco 2150 Flow Meter Found After Hurricane Isaac

For several years the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority has utilized 3 Teledyne Isco 2150 Area Velocity Flow Meters to monitor freshwater flow into Coastal marshes. The Caernarvon Freshwater Diversion Project takes sediment laden freshwater from the Mississippi River and allows it to flow into the marsh providing nutrients and sediment needed to restore…

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Water Quality Monitoring With Remote Data Access

The need for remote data access for water quality monitoring stations is on the rise. Not only is there a significant cost involved in sending personnel into the field but there are also safety concerns in working in, over, and near the water. In addition, staff shortages can result in “stretching” out the time between…

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Real-Time Monitoring Benefits Remediation Specialists Using Reductive Dechlorination

Water Quality Monitoring in real-time benefits remediation projects that are using reductive chlorination.  This presentation by Dr. Clint Bickmore of OnMaterials  and Ashley Steinbach of In-Situ, Inc. discusses abiotic degradation and enhanced bioremediation lab studies and field examples that ultimately help understand what will be required in the field (such as process design).

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Monitoring Water Level At Remote Locations

If you need to monitor water level and rainfall at remote locations it can be done for under $2500 with the In-Situ, Inc. TROLL Link 101 and LevelTROLL.  The TROLL Link 101 is a GSM cell modem based system that can transmit data from LevelTROLLs, AquaTROLLs, and TROLL 9500’s to a secure data center hosted…

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Real-Time Monitoring of Water and DNAPL Levels Using Level TROLL 500 Instruments

In-Situ, Inc. Technical Note October 2011 A dense non-aqueous phase liquid, or DNAPL, is a substance that is denser than water and only slightly soluble. Because of these properties, DNAPLs introduced into the environment generally sink below the water table and may migrate down through an aquifer. This can pose risks to the environment and…

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Isco Hot Tap Insertion ADFM Used for Pump Capacity Verification With 0.5 Pipe Diameters Downstream Straight Run

Pump performance curves or characteristic curves provided by pump manufacturers characterize the performance of the pump under ideal or “laboratory” conditions. Once installed in the field there are a number of conditions that could potentially impact the performance of the pump such as entrained air, impeller wear, improper operation, etc. Therefore end users may require…

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Teledyne RDI RiverRay ADCP Performance Upgrade Package

Teledyne RDI is pleased to announce the availability of its new Performance Upgrade Package for the highly popular RiverRay ADCP system. RiverRay revolutionized the measurement of flow and discharge in rivers and streams with its flexible design and adaptive technology.  Now, the RiverRay is taken to the next level with the new Performance Package Upgrade.

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Comparing Absolute and Gauged Pressure Sensors

This technical note describes the difference between absolute and gauged pressure sensors and explains the proper use of each type of sensor in different applications for In-Situ, Inc. LevelTROLL and AquaTROLL instruments. Figure 1 provides a general illustration of the forces measured by a pressure sensor’s internal strain gauge.

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