In this episode of AMS Talks, Rick Bacon, CEO of AMS, discusses innovations in arsenic removal treatment technologies and why it might be time to implement a more stringent federal standard for this carcinogenic contaminant than the 10 ppb limit set by the EPA in 2001.View Resource
The data from AMS online analyzers fulfill mission-critical functions of process control, risk management and contract compliance for its clients. With this in mind, AMS after-sales service support aims to maximize the uptime and minimize time to repair its analyzers. Every AMS system is offered with an annual service contract (ASC).View Resource
Aqua Metrology’s CEO, Rick Bacon talks about the company’s online monitoring portfolio, providing water quality monitoring in real-time. At ACE17, the company focused on THM formation potential analysis for detecting future levels in a water system.View Resource
SafeGuard™ is an automated trace metals analyzer for monitoring municipal and industrial water and wastewater. The system provides real-time, multi-stream analysis for a range of trace metal contaminants. SafeGuard delivers accurate and reliable results (up to 1 ppb or ± 15%, whichever is higher) with a typical measurement time of fewer than 30 minutes.View Resource
MetalGuard™ is the first fully automated, online multi-stream analyzer for monitoring trace metal contaminants such as arsenic, chromium-6, selenium and more. The online analyzer provides high frequency real-time data on trace metals contaminant levels in less than one hour with sensitivity down to 1 ppb.View Resource
MetalGuard™ Arsenic is the first fully automated, online arsenic analyzer for monitoring drinking water arsenic levels. The online analyzer provides high frequency real-time data on arsenic contaminant levels in thirty minutes with sensitivity down to 1 ppb.View Resource
Aqua Metrology Systems has introduced an innovative and proprietary analytical method on their SafeGuard™ system that provides measurements of trace metals in 5 minutes without compromising accuracy levels.
Real-time data and analytical information from online instruments help utilities comply with water quality regulations. The complete article detailing how online water quality instruments are poised for growth was published in the March/April 2015 issue of World Water.View Resource