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Roger Parker created Partech (Electronics) Ltd in 1964 in Cornwall (Great Britain) and one year later they brought one of the first suspended solids sensors on the market. Since then Partech has earned its place in the world of wastewater measurements with high-quality products that combine ease of use and cost effectiveness. With all-Britain manufacturing and extensive experience, Partech is considered an industry leader in tailored, accurate and reliable water quality measuring equipment. Below you can find some highlighted products. To see the entire Partech product range, check the website:
The TurbiTechw² LS Sensor is designed to monitor the levels of suspended solids or turbidity typically found in final effluent from municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants. It is also great at monitoring solids in the intake to both effluent and drinking water treatment processes. For more information: click here..
Contamination of water courses by visible oil is a problem that requires fast, reliable detection to prevent damage to either the local environment or a water treatment process. The OilTechw² sensor can be deployed in any application where the surface of the water is relatively calm, the system will react rapidly to both partial and complete films of oil on the water surface. The measuring system is highly stable and only needs occasional validation to ensure reliable operation. For more information: click here..
The WaterWatch sensor is a compact and reliable unit offering the combination of conductivity, suspended solids and temperature in a single housing. The sensor incorporates an automatic self cleaning mechanism that ensures extended periods between manual intervention. When combined with the WaterWatch Monitor the user can receive continuous on-line indication of the levels of conductivity, suspended solids and temperature in the location being monitored. Alternative sensors can offer pH, redox, dissolved oxygen and level measurements. For more information: click here..