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Rick Bacon, CEO of Aqua Metrology Systems, discussed the value of real-time, high-frequency metals monitoring during the Sensileau webinar in January 2020, “Metals Monitoring in Water.” The presentation focused on the AMS MetalGuard™ multi-stream online trace metal analyzer, which provides automated, unattended measurement of trace metal contaminants such as Arsenic, Chromium-6, Lead, Selenium and more across municipal and industrial sectors.View Resource
Kirk Cloyd, General Manager, Hidden Valley Lake Community Services District, joined AMS at the Tri-State 2019 conference to deliver a presentation on the innovative hexavalent chromium [Cr (VI)] remediation system that was piloted at the district. Reprinted with permission from the Tri-State Seminar, LLC.View Resource
SafeGuard™ H2O is an intelligent water system that has been developed to help drive down the costs of improving the quality of US water supplies by providing an accurate and affordable Cr(VI) remediation system. AMS presented “Novel Hexavalent Chromium Remediation System with Online Chromium Monitoring System Demonstrated at California Utility” at the CA/NV AWWA Fall Conference 2018; detailing how utilities now have an easy to operate, economical and reliable Cr(VI) remediation system available to meet their treatment needs.View Resource
AMS presented a reliable, rapid, and online method for predicting the potential formation of THMs from raw or treated water at the CA/NV AWWA Fall Conference 2018.”Online Instrument for Raw-Water THM Precursor Analysis” detailed how this novel technology is helping utilities make adjustments to their treatment processes in real-time to minimize the production of THMs.View Resource
Aigües de Barcelona uses the intelligent THM-100™ monitoring technology to help anticipate water quality issues, implement the necessary control measures, optimize performance, and reduce operational costs. This innovative case study was presented at the SWAN 2018 conference.View Resource
AMS delivered a presentation “Data from Online Chromium-6 Analyzer Helps Monitor Performance of Chromium Remediation in Real-time” at the 2017 Groundwater Resources Association (GRA) of California Annual Conference.View Resource
Results from City of Phoenix 23rd Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant control of THMs during 2016 field testing.View Resource
In 2014 the Air Force was concerned about possible Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) violations pertaining to total coliform and disinfection by-products at a number of their facilities. On behalf of the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) Battelle conducted a demonstration and validation of real time water quality monitoring technologies manufactured by Veolia and Aqua Metrology Systems to develop a comprehensive water monitoring approach to proactively address concerns pertaining to potential SDWA violations. Battelle operated the technologies from May 2015 through August 2016, the instruments proved successful and could be transitioned to broader Air Force use. An overview of the demonstration and validation project has been compiled into a presentation.
AMS presents its Online Total Arsenic and Selenium Combination Analyzer to the SME Conference.View Resource
MetalGuard™ is the first fully automated online 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.
MetalGuard delivers accurate and reliable results (up to 1 ppb or ± 15%, whichever is higher) with a typical measurement time of fewer than 30 minutes. The system also allows for manually collected samples to be analyzed.
MetalGuard™ Lead Alert!™
A novel automated and unattended real-time lead corrosion risk management system for monitoring the risk of exposure to lead contamination.
The analyzer provides rapid analysis of the safety of drinking water in homes, schools, day-cares exposed to the risk of lead contamination. It is designed to be used independently or in conjunction with SafeGuard™ Lead for rapid low-cost analysis of locations predicted to be at risk for an increase in contamination risk.