Keep an eye on your health, subscribe to our water quality alerts
1) Building Inlets
Residential, commercial and industrial buildings get their water supply from various sources - municipal supply, borewells, tankers. It is important to ensure that the water used is safe and suitable for the intended purpose. Agua’s water quality monitoring technology -
● Monitor parameters like pH, Total Dissolved Solids, Hardness and Free Chlorine.
● Deviation from prescribed norms is notified to all users in real-time.
● This helps the facility take corrective actions and install water treatment equipment wherever required.
Our technology prevents health issues, ensures the longevity of plumbing equipment and appliances, and improves the overall quality of life for residents.
2) Water Treatment Plants
Effluent and Sewage treatment plants are designed to remove pollutants from wastewater. However, the performance of these plants can be impacted due to a wide range of technical and operational challenges. It is imperative to monitor the quality of treated water, to prevent environmental damage, as well as ensure compliance with local and state pollution regulations. Agua’s water quality monitoring technology -
● Monitor water quality parameters like Biological Oxygen Demand, Chemical Oxygen Demand, TSS and pH.
● The facility management is notified if treated water quality deviates from pollution control board norms.
● If the treated water is of high quality, it can be redirected for reuse within the facility.
● Treatment process efficiency improves in the STP/ETP, when plant operations are linked with real-time quality analysis of the sludge (Dissolved Oxygen, Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids).
3) Industrial Processes
Industrial processes such as manufacturing, power generation and food processing require large volumes of water. To ensure that production quality does not suffer, it is important to ensure that the input water is safe and of the highest quality. Agua’s water quality monitoring technology -
● Monitor parameters such as pH, turbidity, temperature, and chemical composition of the water.
● This is done across different stages of the manufacturing process, as water quality required might differ at each stage.
● Any deviations from prescribed norms are immediately notified to the facility manager to take corrective action.
Proper water quality monitoring in industrial processes can help prevent damage to equipment, help predict when equipment maintenance is required, and ensure compliance with production/process quality certifications.