Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 4

Online Fluoride Monitor
Keep Fluoridation Under Control
Continuous monitoring of fluoride
concentrations in drinking water
ensures that chemical feed
equipment is functioning properly.
The Q46F Fluoride Monitor provides
near real-time measurements with
outputs for recording or alarming.
FEATURES
*	 Automatic 2-point calibration
*	 Two 4-20 mA analog outputs for fluoride and temperature
*	 Simple to operate and maintain

Free Ammonia Monitor
Proven Measurement Approach
The Q46N uses reaction chemistry
that converts ammonia in solutions
to a stable monochloramine
compound equivalent in
concentration to the original
ammonia level. The measurement
is then made with a proven
amperometric sensor.

FilterSmartTM

Residual Chlorine Monitor

EchoSmart Interface Level Analyzer

Free or Combined Chlorine

FilterSmart is the only instrument
bundle designed specifically and
uniquely for filter backwashing.
It combines two sensors with the
FilterSmart application-specific
controller to give your operator both
measurements that are essential to
cost-effective & efficient filter cleaning.

FEATURES
*	 Reduce water consumption
*	 Ensure proper media expansion
*	 Minimize media loss with online monitor

The Q46H system uses a polarographic
membraned sensor to measure
chlorine directly, without the need
for chemical reagents. When needed,
automatic pH compensation may
be added for highest free chlorine
measurement accuracy.
FEATURES
*	 Dual Chlorine/pH Monitoring
*	 Economical Operation
*	 No reagents or moving parts

Introducing the all new
MetriNet!

FEATURES
*	 New Approach to On-Line Ammonia Measurement
*	 Total Ammonia Measurement
*	 Optional Free NH3 and Monochloramine Measurement

Turbidity
Highly Sensitive Turbidity Measurement
Turbidity measurement in raw water,
filter effluent, wastewater effluent,
or industrial process water can be
accommodated with the Q46/76
Turbidity Monitor. Covering ranges
from 0-1 NTU up to 0-400 NTU,
this monitor provides maximum
application flexibility with
minimum maintenance.

FEATURES
*	 US EPA 180.1/ISO 7027 Compliant
*	 Low & High range measurement with the same instrument
*	 Flowcell or submersible sensor

Toxic Gas Transmitter
HartTM or ModbusTM Interface
With the F12 Transmitter, monitoring toxic
gases in the workplace has never been
easier. Providing the ultimate in application
flexibility, the F12 is available in either a
transmitter only version or a version with
integral alarm relays.
FEATURES
*	 Accepts up to 32 different toxic gas sensors
*	 Loop-Powered Transmitter or AC Power with Relays
*	 Exclusive "Auto-Test" sensor self-test option

・ The first Low-Power Multiparameter Monitor for
Water Distribution Systems
・ User Configurable for up to 8 Measuring Nodes

・ Data can be uploaded to cloud-based storage for
easy viewing

・ Options for cellular modem, Wi-Fi, or wired Modbus,
Ethernet/IP, or Profibus DP

www.entechdesign.com

www.analyticaltechnology.com

800-959-0299


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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017

From the President
Moving Forward with Workforce Development
Managing and Working in a Multi-Generational Workforce
Veterans in the Water Industry
New Online Database Provides Misleading Information for Tap Water Customers
WaterPro Rocks Reno
Finance: How to Start Saving for Retirement
Technology: Rural Water District Finds Effective GIS Support
Regulatory Update
A Day in the Life of a Circuit Rider: Rita Clary, Kansas Rural Water Association
Up the Creek: Of Birds and Men
Index to Advertisers/ Advertisers.com
From the CEO
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - intro
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - cover1
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - cover2
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 3
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 4
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 5
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Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 7
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 8
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 9
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 10
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - From the President
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - Moving Forward with Workforce Development
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 13
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 14
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 15
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - Managing and Working in a Multi-Generational Workforce
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 17
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 18
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 19
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 20
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 21
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - Veterans in the Water Industry
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 23
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 24
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - New Online Database Provides Misleading Information for Tap Water Customers
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 26
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 27
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - WaterPro Rocks Reno
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 29
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 30
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 31
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 32
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 33
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 34
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - Finance: How to Start Saving for Retirement
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 36
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - Technology: Rural Water District Finds Effective GIS Support
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 38
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 39
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 40
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - Regulatory Update
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 42
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 43
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 44
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - A Day in the Life of a Circuit Rider: Rita Clary, Kansas Rural Water Association
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - Up the Creek: Of Birds and Men
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 47
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - Index to Advertisers/ Advertisers.com
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - 49
Rural Water - Quarter 4, 2017 - From the CEO
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