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.
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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.
Unisense has developed an online, real-time SulfiLogger sensor for dissolved sulphide measurements, and in this presentation we show how this sensor can be used for optimization of the collection system.
Unisense is teaming up with the Danish Water Technology Alliance to increase the awareness of the SulfiLogger™ H2S sensor on the American wastewater market.
Kicking off 2019, Kirsten and Ebbe from Unisense have installed an SulfiLogger™ H2S sensor in the sewers of Aarhus and thereby initiated the pilot project phase of the Horizon 2020 research and development framework.
Unisense A/S has just received 1,5 million Euro, through the European Horizon 2020 framework, to refine the performance of our SulfiLoggerTM H2S sensor system.
Unisense visited Silicon Valley Clean Water in August 2018 to see how they have implemented two Unisense SulfiLoggerTM H2S sensors in different parts of their treatment plant.
Unisense has been in San Francisco testing how the sensor would aid San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) in mapping out sources of sewage with high concentrations of H2S that goes into their largest treatment plant.