|United Utilities has chosen the Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG) ALGAE-Wader Pro and ALGAE-Station Pro systems to assist them in real time assessment of algae levels in their water sources feeding into a number of their Water Treatment Works.
The CTG Algae monitoring systems were chosen after an extended trial period which successfully demonstrated the use of the TriLux fluorometer, from which these systems are based, in detecting chl-a, Phycocyanin and Phycoerythrin levels.
The CTG ALGAE-Wader Pro is a portable system which includes the Hawk handheld display and logger. The Hawk provides simple and robust interaction with the field operator, displays all data in either numerical or graphical form, provides RAG thresholds and logs all data with both time and position stamps.
The CTG ALGAE-Station Pro is a robust wall mounted system which includes the Watchkeeper display and logger. The Watchkeeper displays and logs all data, provides Alarm thresholds and outputs 4-20 mA for connection to SCADA type networks.
For more information on the CTG ALGAE-Wader Pro and ALGAE-Station Pro systems, please contact Justin Dunning, Tel: +44(0) 208 481 9031.
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CTG Sea Sentry Exhaust Gas Scrubber Water Monitoring System has achieved DNV GL Statement of Compliance
We are pleased to announce that our Sea Sentry Exhaust Gas Scrubber Water Monitoring System has achieved DNV GL Statement of Compliance for MEPC.259(68). Vigilant testing by DNV GL ensured that Sea Sentry met the requirements for calibration range, drift, accuracy, precision and noise; as well as satisfactorily mitigating for the influence of turbidity, UV absorbance, temperature and salinity. The effectiveness of Sea Sentry’s de-bubbler and the use of the test kit supplied to validate the optical sensors was also demonstrated to meet the requirements of DNV GL.
“We would like to give special thanks to our technical team for the hard work invested in developing such a refined system,” said CTG’s Maritime Sales Manager, Stephanie Lavelle. “We are extremely pleased to be successfully installing our systems on vessels around the world, so that ship owners can confidently monitor the efficacy of their scrubber systems and ensure they operate within regulations.”
CTG to present work on the “Application of portable in situ UV fluorescence sensors in natural & engineered aquatic systems” at next week’s European Geosciences Union Conference in Vienna
CTG represented by Bethany Fox (shown left), will present a poster at the European Geosciences Union (EGU) Annual Conference in Vienna on April 19th.
It is a great honour to be invited to present work in a session titled ‘Natural organic matter in aquatic systems: methods, fractions and interactions in natural and engineered systems’ as this is the first time the session has specifically invited contributions from industry to this traditionally academic conference, enforcing how the work undertaken is at the forefront of both academia and industrial development.
A poster of the recent R&D efforts surrounding the use of CTG’s UviLux fluorometers will be presented in the ‘Sensor technology for NOM measurements’ section of the conference session.
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“We are thrilled to announce two new appointments to our sales team,” said Richard Burt, CTG’s Sales & Marketing Director. “An expanded order book and the development of new products created the need for additional resources and expertise within the company’s sales team.”
Welcoming Stephanie Lavelle as Maritime Sales Manager and Loren Hiller as Marine Sales Manager, Richard went on to say that the Sales & Marketing team will now comprise five members with the additional two appointments bringing together a diverse range of experience and skills.
Stephanie Lavelle joins the team with over 6 years’ experience as a Marine Biologist. After graduating from the University of Southampton with an MSc in Marine Biology she worked for NGO Barefoot Conservation in Indonesia as Head Science Office and for NGO Reef Doctor in Madagascar as Project Manager. Her business development skills were gained during her time at a London IT company. Stephanie will specialise in developing CTG’s Maritime business areas – promoting such products as the FastBallast Compliance Monitor, the Sea Sentry Wash Water Monitor for Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems and the maritime FerryBox System.
Loren Hiller has a BSc (Hons) in Marine Biology from the University of Portsmouth. Her business development & customer support experience was gained working for a leading London seminar and training provider. Prior to that Loren was Head of Sports at Ardmore School and also provided assistance to the International Rescue Committee and the Langstone & Chichester Harbours Small Fish Surveys. Loren will focus on developing CTG’s Marine Science business, concentrating on CTG’s established range of fluorometers, marine sensors, acoustics products, towed vehicles and FerryBox System.
Dr Brian Phillips, Managing Director commented, “We are delighted to welcome Stephanie and Loren to Chelsea Technologies as we expand our range of products & business areas. Their strong commercial and technical expertise complements our current skill set”.
We are thrilled to announce two new appointments to our sales team Stephanie Lavelle (shown left) as Maritime Sales Manager and Loren Hiller (shown right) as Marine Sales Manager. An expanded order book and the development of new products has created the need for additional resources and expertise within the company’s sales team.
CTG’s new Maritime Sales Manager, Stephanie Lavelle demonstrating the FastBallast Compliance Monitor at the 3rd Ballast Water Management Summit in Long Beach today showing just how quick and easy it to monitor ballast water at the levels required by the IMO D2 standard.
FastBallast is unique in that it can operate in both flow-through and static modes. Assessing treated water discharge in flow-through mode allows the user to gain a more representative sample, by analyzing a larger volume of water. Static sampling mode allows for an instantaneous result from a single sample allowing the user to make rapid assessment of compliance.
The FastBallast Compliance Monitor goes on display at 3rd Ballast Water Management Summit, Long Beach, USA, from tomorrow. Read more http://goo.gl/h4JVf7