Turbidity is the measurement of water clarity and can be used to determine how cloudy or opaque water appearance is. Suspended solids and dissolved material in the water will cause water to appear murkier, thus showing an increase in the level of turbidity. Typically the suspended solids found in water come from sediment such as silt or clay, while organic material such as algae or plankton can also be detected.
Turbidity is important when monitoring water as it is a good visual indication of the waters quality. The presence of high levels of turbidity can be a good indication of the presence of agricultural runoff, sediment erosion, CSO discharges or algal blooms. While the turbidity values in most natural applications will vary, a sudden change or spike in these values can have detrimental effects on both aquatic life and can also introduce the potential for flood risk.
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  • Ponsel Odeon NTU turbidity Meter
    Ponsel Odeon NTU turbidity Meter
    Odeon Handheld Turbidity and temperature Meter
    handheld meter can be used with all DIGISENS sensors
    Option for up to 4 sensor in continuous use on one device
    Battery powered - IP67 design
    Can be used for handheld and shot term field deployments
    100,000 measurement record memory
    £2466.00 inc VAT
  • Ponsel NTU Turbidity Sensor ODEON
    Ponsel NTU Turbidity Sensor ODEON
    Digital Turbidity and Temperature Sensor
    For Use with ODEON Handheld Meter
    Low Power Design
    Calibration Data Stored on the Probe
    IR Nephelometry Technology
    £1623.60 inc VAT
  • Aquaread AP-LITE Single Parameter portable Aquaprobe Package
    Aquaread AP-LITE Single Parameter portable Aquaprobe Package
    Aquaread AP-LITE Single Parameter handheld meter 
    Works with Aquaread optical water quality sensors
    Suitable for handheld water quality measurement and data logging
    £2394.00 inc VAT