Benefits of Innosol Insight
The Innosol instrumentation allows in-situ differentiation and analysis of concentrations of all types of suspended solid in water entering a water treatment facility by providing continuous monitoring, facilitating accurate adjustment of required quantities of coagulation/flocculation chemicals on an as-needed basis, preventing overuse of flocculants/coagulants.
The unique ability of Innosol instrumentation to provide in-situ detection, sizing, and analysis (simultaneously but separately) of wide-range concentration of inorganic, organic, and biological suspended solids allows optimization of coagulation/flocculation process which could not be achieved in the past. Read about a recent study of the flocculation/coagulation at a state-of-the art drinking water treatment facility.
Please read more about other substantial economic, water safety and quality benefits in the value added summary.
The North American Water Quality Association WQA selected the Innosol technology and instrumentation as one of the most important innovations. Search for Innosol here
"...Innovative Multi-Application Large Volume Contaminant Detector: Reduces Process Costs, Monitors Product Water Quality, and Enhances Consumer Safety...The new instrumentation platform, Innosol-PLF, allows in-situ (online) detection, sizing, counting, and advanced monitoring of a wide range of biological and inorganic suspended solids (and more) in thousands of gallons of water and other liquid media, allowing for a number of unique cost-saving applications in industrial, commercial, and municipal markets..."
See how Innosol instrumentation can benefit your facility
The value added summary breaks down the benefits of Innosol instrumentation stage by stage in water treatment processes so you can see what applies to your facility.
Free-of-charge on-site in-situ in-depth analysis of performance of all stages of water treatment processes and distribution.
Managers or engineers of Canadian and US Drinking water treatment facilities and water distribution systems are offered free-of-charge help to learn in depth performance of all water-treatment processes at their sites to identify ways of improving water quality, water safety, and economic efficiency of potable water production and distribution. Strict confidentiality guaranteed where requested.