Chelsea Technologies Group Ltd
Sensors & systems for freshwater and oceanographic monitoring Chelsea Technologies Group manufactures a range of innovative multi-parameter sensors & systems for monitoring the physical, optical & biological oceanographic & fresh water environments. Sensors are available for in-situ chlorophyll & algae class studies, dye tracing, oil spill monitoring, airport apron pollution runoff studies, water abstraction management and effluent detection as well as primary productivity studies, bloom detection, toxicant detection within domestic water supplies and early detection of contamination events in potable and pre-treated water protection. With nearly 50 years' experience in sensors and systems design, Chelsea's products are used in a diverse range of applications in the marine, environmental, defence, homeland security, industrial process control and life science markets. Contact Justin Dunning (email@example.com, Tel: +44(0)20 8481 9000) today and let me him help you with your particular application.
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'Road Test' the next generation of coastal & oceanographic monitoring sensors from Chelsea Technologies at Ocean Business
On Tuesday 9 April, Justin Dunning and his team will present an overview of fluorescence measurements and their applications to water quality on board RV Callista during Ocean Business. He will also present field data and demonstrate the new range of UviLux fluorometers.
"These fluorometers can be configured to measure hydrocarbon, faecal contamination, BOD, optical brighteners and CDOM with the most popular applications to date being oil in water monitoring and coastal effluent detection", reports Chelsea's Justin Dunning.
Also onboard the RV Callista on Wednesday 10 April, Dr Kevin Oxborough and his team will demonstrate the new range of FastOcean FRR fluorometers for in situ and in vitro estimation of gross primary productivity. Additional applications for Fast Ocean include, ballast water monitoring, bloom detection, sea-truthing of satellite data, toxicant detection, coastal monitoring and iron fertilization experiments to name a few. The first production run of FastOcean sensors has now sold out and a second batch is underway.
In a classroom session on Thursday 11 April, Dr Kevin Oxborough will outline the Laboratory and FerryBox-based FastOcean fluorometer systems for running fully automated, continuous fluorescence light curves, including real time PE curve analysis. This session will include the opportunity for hands on experience with a FastAct laboratory system and FastPro8 software.
These events are designed to give Ocean Business delegates an opportunity not only to see first-hand the next generation of coastal and oceanographic monitoring sensors, but also to 'road test' them.
For further information please email Chelsea Technologies Group Ltd