TU-200E online industrial turbidity meter sensor is used to measure turbidity in non-transparent liquids and can measure the amount of these suspended particles. This device can be used for online measurement of turbidity in power plants, pure water treatment plants, fresh water treatment plants, urban water purification plants.

Amperometric residual chlorine sensor
Orientation: residual chlorine, total chlorine, chlorine dioxide and ozone
The design of the sensor is such that it can be very easy

The chlorinometric amperometric electrode is equipped with a reference sensor to reduce the response drop error. The design has made it significantly less responsive to the individual and innovative H. The stable calibration of this sensor is one of the special characteristics of its individual, whose calibration coefficients have been constant for a long time, which is why this sensor has a minimum response time.


Device sensors in two types of electrochemical (galvanic) and optical (minimense) can respond to different conditions with different characteristics.

Electrical conductivity sensor with stable cell constant, these sensors are recommended for all water applications. The presence of a temperature sensor on these sensors greatly reduces the error rate. Some companies controlling TDS and salinity can also be calculated from these sensors

Types of two-wire and three-wire pH and ORP sensors (with reference electrode) with or without temperature. These electrodes with different body materials can withstand physical pressures of pressure and temperature or different chemical factors of resistance to physical pressures. The presence of a temperature sensor next to a pH sensor in one body provides the possibility of accurate and fast measurement of the temperature of the sample and its effect on pH changes. The safety level of the sensors is IP68 and it is suitable for installation in tough and harsh conditions of industrial environment and also all types of sewage.

The Spectruma sensor uses standard algorithms for total water absorption (200-750 nm in the uv/vis method) to determine the characteristics of organic components such as BOD, COD, TOC and DOC.
In addition, Spectruma’s spectral compensation for particle light absorption and turbidity provides a method that allows monitoring of organic matter without the need for sample preprocessing.

The LDO sensor is based on luminescence optical technology.
This sensor is approved by international method (ASTM (D888-05).
In the shadow of ultra-low power technology, there is no need for calibration.
The LDO sensor solves the problems of experts according to the fields of work, type of operation, measurement in large and small ranges.