Streaming Current Meter controls water treatment processes.
July 30, 2012 -
By measuring and regulating continuous on-line coagulant dosage in flocculation system, Streaming Current Meter (SCM) helps municipalities and water treatment facilities keep water quality under control. Unit is mainly used to measure charge that exists on suspended particles in liquid. With SCM, users minimize need for time-consuming jar testing and zeta potential measurement in lab.
New Streaming Current Meter from IN USA Helps Keep Water Treatment Processes in Control
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IN USA, Inc.
87 Crescent Rd.
Needham, MA, 02494
Press release date: July 20, 2012
Norwood, Massachusetts, USA - The new Streaming Current Meter (SCM) from IN USA is a process control instrument designed for the water treatment industry. It helps municipalities and water treatment facilities keep their water quality under control by measuring and regulating continuous on-line coagulant dosage.
The Streaming Current Meter (SCM) is mainly used to measure the charge that exists on suspended particles in liquid. It is ideal to measure and control the coagulant dosage in a flocculation system in a water treatment plant. With the SCM, one minimizes the need for time consuming jar testing and zeta potential measurement in the lab.
Another major benefit of using the SCM is significant savings in coagulant usage. "Our new SCM keeps water quality in water treatment plants under control and generates significant savings in coagulant usage, on average, 20-35% annually," Ben Battat, VP, states. "The SCM meter is also very affordable, and the return on investment can be from a few months to less than a year. Most importantly, the SCM meter is the best means to ensure consistent water quality while preventing plant upsets with early warning protection."
About IN USA Corp.
IN USA is a global leader in industrial instrumentation and ozone equipment. IN USA equipment is designed to be robust and durable, making it ideal for harsh and demanding industrial applications. Our Ozone equipment is installed and supported worldwide.
For more information, contact IN USA Corp. at 100 Morse Street, Norwood, Massachusetts, 02062 USA; Tel.+1 (781) 444-2929, Email: email@example.com, Web site: www.inusacorp.com.