Photonic Measurements were exhibiting the full range of their UV254 measurement products at Aquatech in Amsterdam in November. The show attracted an international audience with enquiries from 50 countries at the Photonic Measurements stand.
Founded in 2014, Photonic Measurements has built a portfolio of UV254 measurement devices including truly portable analysers that complement the company’s process systems.
Interest in the products came from a wide range of sectors, including wastewater; drinking water; industrial; food and beverage and environmental.
Photonic Measurements were located in Hall 12, alongside most of the instrumentation companies. There has been a growth interest in UV absorption and the benefits of providing fast surrogate measurement of parameters such as COD, BOD and TOC and Photonic Measurements are ideally placed to provide cost effective solutions.
The modern interface and small footprint of the Photonic Measurements’ analysers demonstrated a clear advantage for customers, especially when combined with huge data storage and ease of access to the results on its portable range. Feedback on the range was excellent, drawing comments like comments like “Very Cool” and “Beautiful” from other vendors.
Having built its product range with OEM customers, Aquatech was an excellent opportunity for Photonic Measurements to show off its own brand products and to engage directly with end users and potential resellers. It is always good to find out which features your customers find most beneficial.
Our enhanced product portfolio caters for a wide range of individual customer requirements.
The portable Dip Probe proved very popular with customers wanting to do well testing, site inspections and measure the water quality at various stages of treatment and in awkward locations.
The small footprint of the process probes meant they could be used with ease in drinking water and wastewater treatment setups, and the automated spray wash was of particular interest to those working with sludge management and wastewater treatment.
The industrial customers liked the ability to have real-time reporting of COD, especially the food and beverage customers as they were very concerned over their water quality and wanted to be able react as quickly as possible to possible issues.
By providing a range of probe materials; aluminium, stainless steel and titanium, the company can address markets with a food safe requirement, regular process conditions and more challenging environments like desalination and oil and gas.
There were even solutions for some of our fellow exhibitors, including UV disinfection, Ozonation and Reverse Osmosis membrane companies expressing particular interest in commissioning, optimisation and reporting upon their water treatment methods.
The company has already signed up for Aquatech 2021 and will be exhibiting at WWEM in Telford in 2020, as well as attending a range of other exhibitions.
We are excited about the level of interest in our products, actively engaging with all our potential customers and the opportunities for the year ahead.
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