Online particle counter for filter test rigs
Particle counter for floc size analysis
Online particle counter with 32 size channels
Online particle counter with constant flow rate
Portable particle counter with up to 32 size channels
PAMAS S4031 GO
Portable particle counter with up to 32 size channels for use in harsh environment
PAMAS S4031 GO WG
Portable particle counter for water‑based hydraulic fluids (Water‑Glycol) for use in harsh environment
PAMAS S4031 WG
Portable particle counter for water‑based hydraulic fluids (Water‑Glycol)
Versatile particle analysing system for laboratory measurement
Versatile particle analysing system for low viscous fluids
Online particle counter for drinking water, process water and waste water
There are various existing methods to determine whether water is clean and free from particulate contamination. In water treatment systems, both particle counters and turbidimeters or nephelometers are used for water quality control. Turbidimeters and nephelometers measure the collective amount of solid contaminants in liquids. The more turbid a liquid is, the higher the measuring value will be. Contrary to this, Automatic Particle Counters do not measure the collective amount of solid particles, they analyse size and quantity of each single particle in the sample flow. Whereas turbidimetres and nephelometres indicate the degree of turbidity which is caused by the particle contamination, an Automatic Particle Counter detects every single particle that passes the sensor cell during measurement. The knowledge of the particle sizes is of paramount importance in water applications, as it helps to quickly identify certain types of bacteria or even a failure in the system (e.g. break-through of a membrane filter) The Automatic Particle Counter thus gives more versatile and significant results than a turbidimeter.
The PAMAS WaterViewer is installed as a fixed stationary instrument for water condition monitoring. The system is the ideal instrument for the analysis of potable water, process water, purified waste water or raw water. For condition monitoring, the PAMAS WaterViewer may be connected to several measuring points. The PAMAS WaterViewer has been tried, tested and trusted for many years and considered by many users as an accurate and reliable measuring instrument for water applications. A multitude of existing publications and scientific papers prove that the PAMAS WaterViewer is used for scientific research at many universities in Europe (e.g. at the Technical University Delft in the Netherlands, at the University of Lorraine in France and at the University of Kuopio in Finland). As an example, the PAMAS WaterViewer helped to identify relevant factors for the ideal construction of water distribution pipeline systems and the most efficient filtration speed required in pool water treatment.