DCM Process Control installs concentration sensing equipment and provides on-line concentration and composition data plus reporting on any water or wastewater application.
Data is provided on short to long term contract for characterisation, optimisation or detection of suspected or known events in any water or wastewater.
Parameters available range from carbon parameters such as DOC, COD, BOD to nutrients such as ammonia and nitrate, solids as turbidity, MLSS, TSS, through to parameters like chlorine, pH conductivity etc.
What benefits does this provide over traditional sampling methods?
Large detailed data on all compositional variations and the duration of those variations
Data suitable for driving dynamic models
True variability for accurate sizing of processing elements or computing effects of changes
Minimal cost for even long term studies
Lab validation of parameter data
Ability to test proposed control strategies
Identify and separate resolvable variability prior to system design/build
Inlet Channel to Primary
What is involved?
If you believe you have an application which might benefit from such data, a form to complete is sent which enables us to determine what equipment is involved and what is involved in installation/removal and support. A quotation is provided and a time frame for install specified.
On quotation approval, the systems are installed by DCM technicians into applications ranging from rivers, bores, reservoirs and water treatment plants through to industrial processes, drains, sewers, wet wells and anywhere on wastewater treatment plants.
On line data is validated against lab samples which are drawn at times of maximum compositional and concentration variation. This is indicated by the instruments rather than random samples being drawn which may have little variation and provide no validation benefit. This ensures lab sample number is minimised while providing the maximum validation of the on line data.
Data is automatically downloaded and processed via 3G modem by DCM with reporting on an agreed time base. Maintenance of equipment is on an as needed basis since DCM has direct contact with the systems at all times. Customers can obtain direct access to data with the potential to provide SMS alerts to designated customer staff when predetermined conditions are present or on auto sampling being initiated by the systems in the field.
...water analysis - compact and easy like never before
Main Features of the Monitoring Station
One terminal for all sensors and interfaces.
Plug & Measure
Just connect the local waterpipe, switch on the power, and start to measure.
No reagents. No replacement parts except membranes of the ISEs. Manual or automatic cleaning. Minimum maintenance hours.
Most Comprehensive Contamination Warning System
Inline with EPA Guidance on Planning for Contamination Warning System Deployment, May 2007.
Select any modules/parameter combination you need. A solution for every budget. Simply add more modules whenever you need to.
The maintenance interval of a station is dependent on its weakest link. We just do not allow any weak link. Remote maintenance reduces field visits to a minimum. 1 visit/month is sufficient for many applications.
Reduces complexity to an absolute minimum
One software, one user interface, one data format, one remote access tool for an unbelievable range of parameters.
The most compact station for analytical parameters in the world.
Service any sensor without interrupting the flow.
Minimises the need for local infrastructure
No need anymore to build houses, chambers or containers. Just put your modules into a waterproof cabinet. Requires only 10% of the space of conventional analyser stations.
Attach the modules on a flat wall, around the corner, put them in a cabinet or install them in a field enclosure.
Uniform Flow-Through Cells
Allows simple and fast ordering, exchange and maintenance of sensors.