WRI Announces Debut of AquaTex LiquID

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Thursday, January 12, 2012
...the unit can uplink to any authorized web connected device for a real-time readout of the ships discharge water quality.

Wastewater Resources, Inc., an international provider of wastewater treatment systems and services, announced the debut of their new customizable, real-time, online monitoring system, the AquaTex LiquID.

 

This equipment allows ship operators to monitor in real time, on-line, the BOD, COD, Suspended Solids, Fecal Coliform, and Ammonia without the burden and time lag of traditional lab samples. From a simple monitoring unit located aboard ship, the unit can uplink to any authorized web connected device for a real-time readout of the ships discharge water quality.


The AquaTex LiquID station is an intelligent optical, online instrument for multi-parameter water quality monitoring, with proven applications in water treatment, wastewater treatment, and other industries. The system features a fully automated design with low maintenance requirements and measures parameters related to organics, algae, common pollutants, solids and more. Through a series of engineering innovations, the instrument provides a unique combination of broad detection capability, robustness, accuracy, and reliability; representing the new generation of water monitoring instruments.
 

The AquaTex LiquID station combines top of the line optical technologies with multiple measurement techniques resulting in unparalleled real‐time event detection capabilities. The AquaTex LiquID station is powered by ZAPS Technologies, Inc. and is the only detection system that can apply a variety of analytical techniques: absorption, fluorescence and reflectance measurements, with the same machine.
 

Wastewater Resources, Inc., founded in 1988 and headquartered in Scottsdale, AZ, is an original equipment manufacturer of advanced water purification plants for industrial, municipal, and marine water applications. Since the beginning, WRI has advocated the continual reclamation, advanced treatment and reuse of treated wastewater to create renewable water supplies for its clients.

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