Water Quality Testing & Monitoring Equipment
RS Hydro supply, hire, calibrate and maintain a wide range of water quality monitoring equipment. Whether you need to measure one parameter or many, we can provide the perfect solution for your application.
RS Hydro provide a wide range of portable water quality meters for water quality testing. All water quality meters have the highest levels of accuracy and reliability and provide effective measurement for water quality testing in the field.Browse Handheld Meters >>
RS Hydro provide a range of multi-parameter sensors and sondes that can be used in various unattended applications. The multi-parameter sensors provide the convenience of combining multiple parameters with datalogging into one small unit that can also be connected to telemetry.Browse Multiparameter Sondes >>
RS Hydro supply a wide range of water samplers including portable, refrigerated, portable refrigerated, specialty samplers and MCERTS samplers. We also supply Plug and play modules to extend a sampler's functionality.Browse Wastewater Samplers >>
RS Hydro offer a comprehensive range of analog and digital sensors that do not require mains powered transmitters. Instead these low powered water quality sensors can be connected direct to PLC, SCADA or wireless telemetry systems.Browse Single Parameter Sensors >>
If you require water quality monitoring systems for a long-term installation, RS Hydro have a wide range of configurable online water quality monitoring instruments to provide a solution for almost any application.Browse Online Transmitters >>
Groundwater sampling equipment to suit any environment or application. From cost effective inertial pumps to bladder and peristaltic pumps, bailers, grab samplers and inertial pumps, to discrete interval samplers. We have it all under one roof, much of which is in stock.Browse Groundwater Sampling >>
About Water Quality Monitoring
Water Quality Monitoring is defined by the ISO as "The programmed process of sampling, measurement and subsequent recording or signalling, or both, of various water characteristics, often with the aim of assessing conformity to specified objectives". These processes will usually fall into one or more of the following four categories:
- Identifying changes or trends in water quality over a period of time.
- Identifying specific water quality problems.
- Collecting data to aid with the design of pollution prevention systems.
- Determining whether water quality is in compliance with regulations and controls.