Analytical Instrumentation & Environmental Monitoring
Tasteful water: iron control optimised
June 2016, Endress+Hauser
Endress+Hauser’s new Liquiline System CA80FE colorimetric analyser offers precise monitoring of dissolved iron content in water.
Inline analyser system for edible oil and fat processing
May 2016, Krohne
Krohne has introduced Optiquad-EOF 4050 W for the continuous inline measurement of free fatty acids (FFA), total polar material (TPM), peroxide value (POV), moisture or dirt. The optical spectroscopic
New radiation survey meter
May 2016, Comtest
Comtest has introduced the Fluke 481 radiation survey meter, a portable and practical means of identifying irradiated goods that can help remediate contamination and safety issues while minimally impacting
Control analytical measuring points with 100% integrity
March 2016, Endress+Hauser
Endress+Hauser’s new Liquiline To Go CYM290/CYM291 multiparameter handhelds for pH, conductivity and oxygen measurement, bring reliability and safety directly to the sample point. These portable instruments
Detect the difference
March 2016, UIC Instrumentation
De-coking of ethylene crackers.
Reliably reduce corrosion and deposition in power plants
March 2016, Microsep
Long-term efficient power generation requires careful surveillance to guard against corrosive and depositing conditions, and to ensure conformance with industry guidelines. Mettler Toledo Thornton offers
ABB adds to power analyser family
March 2016, ABB South Africa
New Navigator 500 series extends the offering for power industry applications.
Fast drinking water analysis
February 2016, Parker Hannifin (Africa)
Compact analyser provides rapid measurement of trihalomethane (THM) concentration at Anglian Water.
New temperature control systems from Julabo
January 2016, Labotec
Julabo has released an entirely new generation of highly dynamic temperature control systems with a working temperature range from -92 to 250°C for applications with high cooling and heating requirements.
Unlimited reactor configuration from Parr
January 2016, Labotec
Parr Instrument Company has been designing and building pressure apparatus for over a century. Customers today have more choices of reactors than ever before with many additional options to choose from
Monitoring emissions from power plants
January 2016, ABB South Africa
ABB’s leading-edge analytical technology ensures high quality and full compliance with environmental regulations.
Fine sample grinding with Fritsch
January 2016, Labotec
Fritsch has added a special cyclone adapter to its Variable Speed Rotor Mill Pulverisette 14 that enables efficient air cooling for rapid grinding of difficult samples like temperature-sensitive powder
New relative humidity hygrometer
December 2015, Instrotech
Michell Instruments has unveiled the MDM25, a new portable relative humidity hygrometer which replaces the model DM509. The device is a hand-held, battery-operated meter and is available with five different
Power cycle chemistry monitoring
November 2015, Microsep
Degassed cation conductivity system for detection of corrosive contaminants in power plants.
Monitor those greenhouse gases
November 2015, Yokogawa South Africa
Yokogawa releases AQ6375B optical spectrum analyser for improved accuracy in the 2 µm band.
Acoustic impedance density system for slurries
The Rhosonics acoustic impedance density system is based on cutting-edge technology and is a direct replacement for the traditional nuclear density systems on mining and sewage plants, but without all
Tsunami warning system
September 2015, Instrotech
Senix customises ToughSonic sensors to monitor sea levels for Philippines agency.
Optimising ESL milk standardisation
August 2015, Krohne
Krohne’s Otiquad M streamlines drinking milk production at Ammerland dairy.
Flexible relative humidity instruments for industrial users
August 2015, Instrotech
Michell Instruments has released its latest range of relative humidity transmitters for industrial applications. As well as being flexible, for use in a wide range of processes, the HygroSmart 280/290
New trends in control of temperature in data centres
Getting server room temperature under control is difficult for many data centres, but three new ideas highlight the ways different locations can naturally facilitate data centre heat control. Environmental
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