Turbidity Meter is a monitoring device that measures the degree to which the water loses its transparency due to the presence of suspended particles. It is used to determine the water quality and assess the effectiveness of water treatment processes.
The device works by shining a light through a water sample and measuring the amount of light scattered by the suspended particles in the water. The scattered light is then detected by a sensor, and the turbidity of the water is calculated based on the amount of light that is scattered.
Turbidity meters are widely used in industries such as water treatment, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and environmental monitoring. They are essential for ensuring that the water meets the required quality standards and is safe for consumption or industrial use.
There are different types of turbidity meters available, such as nephelometers, turbidimeters, and laser-based turbidity meters. The choice of the device depends on the application and the required accuracy of the measurements.