Quality control in drinking water: Swan introduces the new handheld for the analysis of the main chemical parameters
Wednesday 17 October 2018
12:45 - 13:45
With the introduction of the new Chematest 30 and Chematest 42 Swan broadens its range of applications for handheld water quality testing devices.
During the workshop will be presented the main technical characteristics of the new Chematest , they are able to determine the key parameters of drinking water such as the concentration of disinfectant (residual chlorine, combined,total, dioxide and ozone), iron and aluminum (dissolved). In addition to these essential parameters, is also introduced the possibility to determine turbidity and to mount optional probes for pH, redox and conductivity. The new Swan handhelds are waterproof (IP67), equipped with a rechargeable lithium battery and a large internal memory to record the main data (measured value, operator ID, location ID). Communication takes place via integrated Bluetooth 4.0 (low energy).
To guarantee the reliability of the measurement under any circumstances, even in the new Chematest models it will be possible to use certified verification kits.
ROOM New technologies and case studies - Hall 18 SWAN