News, research, and insights into suspended solids and turbidity monitoring

The multi-beam difference

The multi-beam difference

The article below was first published under our water monitoring brand, Phathom. It's a helpful guide for other industries too. || Just like a doctor taking a patient’s vital statistics, monitoring water is a crucial health check. And just like a doctor, we have to be able to trust the results our instruments are giving us. That’s why we developed Phathom’s multi-beam sensors to provide unrivalled accuracy that single-beam sensors simply can’t supply. How? The short answer is that it’s all in the maths. For the longer answer, keep reading.

Clearing up the confusion about suspended solids and turbidity

Clearing up the confusion about suspended solids and turbidity

The article below was first published under our water monitoring brand, Phathom. It's a helpful guide for other industries too. || Over the years, we’ve found there’s a lot of confusion about suspended solids and turbidity. Unfortunately, that holds back good water monitoring, so we thought it’d be helpful to bring some clarity to the subject—if you’ll excuse the pun. We’ve thought this through carefully because we’ve developed Phathom sensors that can directly measure turbidity and total suspended solids (TSS).