Monitor your effluent for a variety of parameters.
Wastewate, or effluent, that is discharged into local water systems, including sewers, must adhere to trade effluent controls set by the government. It is essential to test for a number of parameters in order to keep the public safe as well as preventing damage to wastewater treatment processes and the environment.
Water & Wastewater Multiparameter (with COD) Photometer and pH meter
Monitor the levels of biological and chemical nutrients in your effluent to ensure that you are in compliance with the EPA and other regulatory bodies.
Features an innovative optical design to ensure consistency between measurements.
To save valuable laboratory benchtop space, the HI83399 doubles as a professional pH meter with its digital pH/temperature electrode input.
Made with the water industry in mind, HI83399 measures 40 different key water and wastewater quality parameters.
Simple. Accurate. Advanced.
Your partner in perfecting photometric laboratory analysis:
the visible spectrophotometer from Hanna. Unlike photometers, iris measures all wavelengths of visible light, not just pre-specified wavelengths for complete method compliance and accuracy.
- Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD)
- Free Chlorine
- Total Chlorine
- Total Phosphorous
HI98 Series Portable Meters
The HI98 Series Portable Meters offer a rugged solution for obtaining laboratory grade results in the field. A wide range of single and multi-parameter measurement models means that you can find a meter to use in any space.
HI5000 Series Benchtop Meters
Perfect for any laboratory, the HI5000 Series Meters support a full range of pH electrodes as well as models that offer selective ion, conductivity, and dissolved oxygen measurements. The HI5222, HI5521, and HI5522 also have dual-channel capability so that you can measure 2 parameters simultaneously once.
Measuring Dissolved Oxygen with Optical Technology
Wastewater treatment plants rely on bacteria to break down the organic compounds found in water. If the amount of dissolved oxygen in the wastewater is too low, these bacteria will die and septic conditions will occur. The amount of DO must be consistently monitored to ensure proper waste treatment.
Subjective Water Clarity
Turbidity is an optical measurement that indicates the presence of suspended particles. It's measured by shining light through a sample, and quantifying the suspended particle concentration. The more particles that are in a solution, the higher the turbidity. Drinking water and municipal wastewater plants often remove turbidity with a combination of sand filtration, settling tanks, and clarifiers.