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Non-contact discharge measurement for wastewater, sewage systems and industrial waters

The radar sensors of the SQ series continuously measure the discharge(flow) volume of sewer systems, ducts, semi-filled pipes and other technical channels in the fields of wastewater and industrial effluents. Due to the contact-free measurement deposits and other solids in the water do not harm the sensor. This is especially advantageous for the measurement of wastewater. The compact design allows an installation in manholes or in sewage systems.

Non-contact discharge measurement for open wastewater channels

With the RQ-30 Niro - same as with the RQ-30 - a continuous measurement of the discharge of open rivers and channels is determined. A high quality stainless-steel housing allows the usage even in aggressive waters and wastewater, as for example in sewage, canal systems or industrial facilities.

Discharge measurement via tracer dilution method for sewage - fluorescence

The discharge measurement is performed by using the well-established tracer-dilution method and is especially suitable for big volumes of water. It is used a fluorescent material as tracer. When using the tracer in sewage water most often a continuous insertion of a known amount of tracer is done. Two optical fluorescence probes automatically determine the discharge. This way high plausibility and accurate results can be guaranteed.