For the flow measurement in sewer systems there is a wide variety of measuring systems available. These enable us to record flow velocity as well as water level with the help of ultrasound, radar, bubbling, pressure probes and magnetic-inductive methods.
Precipitation recorder with data loggers
continuous logging of precipitation as point measurements
Recording of duration, time and intesity of the rain events
Multiparameter measuring probes
These probes are used for simultaneous, continuous recording of up to seven parameters in bodies of water. The data is stored in a data logger.
COD online probe
The record the basic data for dirt freight calculations, the COD (chemical oygen demand) is required as the primary input variable. With our COD probes it is possible to record continuous hydrographs of COD using the UV measuring method. Alternatively, samplers in combination with analysis in the laboratory are available.
For the design of infiltration systems, precise knowledge of the kf value is required. With the help of a double ring infiltrometer or an open-end-test, the infiltration capacity of the subsoil can be determined.
ADCP: Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler
Mobile measuring of discharge and 3D flow velocity using four ultrasonic transducers based on the Doppler effect that are placed just below the water surface
Evaluation using AGILA according to the LAWA level regulation is possible
Measurement of the distribution of suspended matter in bodies of water
2 ADCP-devices are available
Mobile flow velocity measurement
using Doppler ultrasound, magnetic-inductive method, radar, rod wing floating wing
personal protective equipment, gas detectors, shutoff devices, rescue lifting gear, vehicle with rotating beacon
mobile water quality stations and weather stations
equipped with data loggers for recording O2, humidity, pH, air temperature, global radiation, water temperature, water level and H2S