Global Water FSS Flow Sampling Systems

Global Water's Flow Sampling System includes an easy-to-use lightweight composite water sampler, an open channel flow monitor, and a data recorder with software, allowing easy upload of data to a PC for transfer to spreadsheet programs.

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  • Ideal for wastewater, industrial, and environmental flow sampling
  • Supports several different types of flow calculation modes
  • Scalable flow proportional sample triggering
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Composite Water Sampler
Global Water's flow-proportional composite water sampler is enclosed in a rugged, rainproof, lockable carrying container.  The composite water sampler includes a 2-gallon polyethylene wastewater sample bottle for collecting composite samples, a peristaltic sampling pump, a control panel (no programming required), and a rechargeable gel cell battery.  Also provided is a sample pickup hose and a battery charger.  Optional additions include glass sample bottles, refrigerated containers, portable ice containers and more.

Open Channel Flow Monitor
Global Water's FC220 Open Channel Flow Monitor is a reliable and accurate instrument for measuring and totalizing open channel flows for all flumes and weirs, as well as for any gravity-type open-channel flow application.  The flow meter measures water depth using any 4-20mA water level sensor's output including Global Water's highly accurate submersible pressure transducer or ultrasonic water level sensor and the flow meter's powerful microprocessor instantly calculates and displays water flow and totalizer values in user selectable units using one of several water flow calculation modes.  The Open Channel Flow Monitors have an 8-button keypad that easily guides you through the versatile setup menus.

Flow Data Recorder
Global Water's flow data recorder includes Windows-based and PDA software, which provides many useful features, such as real time monitoring, measurement interval and engineering unit selections, station ID, and sensor calibration.  The Global Water Software makes accessing stored data and setting options easy.  The flow sampling system monitors both flow rate and total flow recording flow rate and relay output pulses for your records.  Data downloaded from the recorder can easily be opened in any PC spreadsheet program for analysis and graphic presentation. NOTE: Model FSS100 flow sampling system does not include datalogger.

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