- 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.
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