IN USA introduces its streaming current meter as a process control instrument that helps municipalities and water treatment facilities keep their water quality under control by measuring and regulating continuous on-line coagulant dosages. The company says that its meter is also highlighted by:
- The ability to measure the charge that exists on suspended particles in liquid, which is ideal to measure and control the coagulant dosage in a flocculation system in a water treatment plant.
- Savings on coagulant usage, on average, 20 to 35 percent annually.
- Minimization of the need for time-consuming jar testing and zeta potential measurement in the lab.
- Consistent water quality, thus preventing plant upsets with early warning protection.