Accepta's high performance suspended solids transmitters and controllers have been developed to allow the accurate measurement and control of suspended solids or un-dissolved particulates as a measure of turbidity. They are designed to be used in a range of commercial, municipal and industrial process applications including swimming pools, wastewater and effluent treatment.
Turbidity is the measurement of suspended solids or un-dissolved particulates present in a liquid. It is an important parameter that needs to be accurately measured in many water and wastewater processes.
Turbidity is a measurement of the clarity of a solution and not its colour. For example, water with a cloudy appearance will have a higher turbidity than a clear red wine beverage.
Accepta’s turbidity meters measure in Nephelometric Turbidity Units (NTU’s). The measurement principal employed in our meters is based on how light is scattered or reflected by the sample particulates.
Turbidity is measured in many applications including:
- Analysis of potable waters from water treatment plants
- Swimming pool waters
- Discharge from industrial effluent treatment plants where it is used to verify that the settlement process is effective
Suspended Solids Transmitter & Controller
|Accepta ST-8315||Accepta ST-8315 is a two wire turbidity transmitter, submersible with optional auto clean by air blast. This transmitter and control unit is designed to measure high turbidity and suspended solids based on back scattering technology.
Measurement ranges 0 - 100, 0 - 1000 or 0 - 10,000 FTU’s.
Output 4 - 20 Ma.
Power supply 24 VAC.
|Accepta BC-7635||Panel mounting controller.
0 - 10.00 mS, 0 - 100.0 mS or 0 - 1000 mS
Includes transducer power supply, 2 set points and non isolated 0 - 20mA output.
|Accepta BC-7635W||As Accepta BC-7635 but supplied in additional surface mounting enclosure.|
If you require additional information or specialist technical support concerning our suspended solids transmitters and controllers please contact Accepta's technical support team.