Recent climate change and urban densification makes water management increasingly complex and unpredictable, inside residential areas as well as upstream and downstream of them.
In associated research studies, UVP measurement contributes to a deeper understanding of processes in water transport and treatment facilities, analyzing various liquid suspensions, to better design related equipments. Over the past decade, UVP technology is also being adapted and used to monitor processes and supply, directly in the plant environment.
Water supply, water drainage & sewerage, sanitation, irrigation, hydraulic constructions design & refurbishment, harbour & sea management
Typical measured liquids
Clear water, water suspensions, sediment flow, drinking water
Typical UVP instrument set-up
- Profiler: single-probe, multi-probe, 1D, 2D, 3D
- Transducers: standard TX 0,5 – 1 – 2 – 4 MHz, long-range LR 0,5 – 1 MHz
- Software: UVP software
- Accessories: acoustic reflectors, acoustic gel
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