A new sensor manufacturer is taking up the fight against hydrogen sulfide in sewers – a foul-smelling and corrosive gas that costs wastewater utilities billions of dollars and many headaches.
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Meet Unisense at AquaTech, Amsterdam on November 5-8. Experience both the SulfiLogger™ sensor and the Unisense Environment nitrous oxide sensor system.
Unisense and TU Berlin have installed two SulfiLogger sensors in the German town of Ueckermünde to optimize chemical dosing strategies and mitigate hydrogen sulfide odors.
The Danish SaaS company APX10 is integrating the SulfiLogger™ sensor in their new big data analytics platform data|APEX, enabling utilities to make informed asset management decisions.
The August edition of the Danish Water and Wastewater Association DANVA’s magazine DANSKVAND features an interesting article about new technologies for hydrogen sulfide prevention and removal in sewer networks.
The SulfiLogger™ sensor is featured in a new, exciting research project on online sulfide monitoring in wastewater collection networks by TU Berlin and Berliner Wasserbetriebe.
Check out this article (in Danish) from the Danish Environment Technology Association Magazine about the exciting new possibilities for efficiency improvements in the wastewater industry enabled by the SulfiLogger™ sensor.
The SulfiLogger™ team at Unisense is proud to announce our participation in yet another exciting demonstration project with the new SulfiLogger™ H2S sensor, which will demonstrate the sensors unique ability to cost-optimize hydrogen sulfide scrubbing in biogas operations using real-time H2S data.
During the next two months, the first 10 sensors for the pilot phase of the project will be deployed at carefully selected wastewater installations in the sewage networks of the Danish cities Aarhus and Aalborg.