Commercial & Industrial Water Quality Measurement

Goals

To identify the advanced technologies used in measuring water quality for commercial and industrial industries by understanding the key technologies and companies developing the technologies.

Early Findings

  • A technology used in the water quality measurement commercial and industrial market includes online water quality monitoring (OWQM) sensors that monitor the water distribution system and other analytical technologies.
  • Another technology used in the industry includes a concept developed by the University of Portsmouth called Chemcatcher which monitors numerous water pollutants.
  • The water quality monitoring systems industry has several components (total organic carbon analyzers, pH sensors, dissolved oxygen sensors, conductivity sensors, chlorine sensors, temperature sensors, turbidity sensors, and others).
  • Key players identified in the industry include Danaher Corporation, Evoqua Water Technologies, General Electric Company, Horiba, Ltd., OAKTON Instruments, Pentair, Shimadzu Corporation, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc., Uponor, and Xylem Inc.
  • Additional key players include Agilent Technologies and Teledyne Technologies.
  • Analytical Technologies, Inc. (ATI) was a major player listed in an older report by the EPA on Philadelphia’s use of water quality monitoring technologies. ATI has a large assortment of water quality monitors including ammonia monitors, conductivity monitors, a MetriNet water distribution monitor, and many others.

In addition to this public search, we scanned our proprietary research database of over 1 million sources and were unable to find any specific research reports that address your goals.

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