Experts at Scott Thorne Environmental Consulting track soil erosion with a Hach 2100Q turbidity meter around California construction sites.
Consultants at Axis Geochemical use a Hach DR900 Handheld Colorimeter around mining operations to track redox and conduct geochemical modeling.
Resource managers with the Nooksack Indian Tribe tackle sediment loads and turbidity in streams throughout Washington’s Nooksack Watershed.
Biologists at the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission use rotary screw traps and Hach turbidity meters to study relationships between turbidity and fish passage.
Hach’s AS950 Automatic Samplers offer enhanced features including improved status screen, full color display and USB capability.
The Hach DR900 is a handheld colorimeter with streamlined features, rugged construction and value that are hard to match.
Portable, refrigerated and all-weather models of this popular line automatically pump samples from streams, culverts or drinking water intakes.
For monitoring pros, the Hach DREL Water Quality labs bring office research to the field. The kits contain most essentials for analytical testing on location.
This portable turbidity meter offers simple calibration and data transfer in a highly portable package