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Software Improves Flow Monitoring Programs

Nov. 11, 2014
Hach Company Flow Products & Services released the FSDATA Desktop Instrument Manager software.

Suspended Solids Sensors Monitor Harsh Wastewater Conditions

Aug. 9, 2013
Sensors were designed for tough industrial applications and can help plants with their most cost-intensive processes.

Colorimeter Can Test 90 Common Water Methods

June 24, 2013
Unit is waterproof, dust proof, drop tested and shock resistant.

Analyzer Meets Clean-Water Requirements

March 7, 2013
Analyzer offers process insights, process incident alerts, environmental monitoring, energy optimization.

Control System Maintains Consistent Phosphorus Level

Oct. 5, 2012
System can be used for both open (feed forward) and closed loop (feed back) control.

Probe Tests Dissolved Oxygen

July 9, 2012
Sensor also takes into account the temperature of a sample.

Software Tracks Maintenance Scheduling

July 9, 2012
System is geared to maintenance departments in the drinking water, wastewater and industrial markets.

Spectrophotometer Has High-Speed Wavelength Scanning

June 9, 2009
Hach introduces the new DR 3800 Benchtop Spectrophotometer. The Hach DR 3800 features high-speed wavelength scanning in the entire visible range. This feature can be used for ...

WIMS Software Increases Data Accuracy, Provides Alerts

June 9, 2009
Drinking water, wastewater and industrial water facilities can accurately and automatically capture data from instruments and easily identify trends with summary reports, charts...

Quick Check Tool Verifies Calibration in 20 Seconds

Sept. 2, 2008
The Hach Verification Quick Check allows users to verify the calibration of the FilterTrak 660 in 20 seconds.

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Nephelometer Detects Increased Concentrations of Submicronsized Particles

Sept. 2, 2008
The Hach FilterTrak 660 sc Laser Nephelometer has the ability to detect a 0.3 mNTU or 0.0003 NTU change in turbidity, providing operators with confidence in their turbidity measurement...