Laser turbidimeters possess highly improved optical qualities to yield a very stable process measurement system. This enhanced stability provides additional information that can be deciphered from the laser turbidity measurement itself and used as a separate parameter to further improve the limit of detection to breakthroughs in filtration systems.
The ability to effectively scatter light from single or very low concentrations of particles is a distinct advantage that a laser turbidimeters have over traditional turbidimeters. Laser turbidimeters have been found to be more effective in low turbidity applications such as membrane effluent performance or conventional filtration practices with optimized performance goals.
This session will be presented in English.