Waste Water Treatment
The availability of clean water is a necessary requirement for any society. The water purification process is facing a large number of challenges when it comes to analysis, surveillance and process control. Improved methods for surveillance and process guiding are required to optimize today’s water purification plats. Implementation of such methods can save personnel resources, reduce the need for chemicals and optimize the purification process, which in turn leads to lower emissions. The amount of total suspended solids (TSS) is a water quality parameter used to evaluate the quality of waste water after treatment. By installing the ACOspector in the treatment plant, improved methods for surveillance and guidance are made available, integral for optimization of the process, thereby reducing the need for chemicals and optimizing the purification process.
The water purification process faces a number of challenges when it comes to analysis, control and monitoring of the process. The amount of total suspended solids (TSS) is a water quality parameter used to evaluate the quality of the waste water after treatment.
Acosense develops and sells Acospector Acoustic Chemometer, a Clamp-on instrument measuring complex fluids in the process industry,