D.J. Gongol and Associates, Inc. are the exclusive manufacturer's representatives for Analytical Technology, Inc. (ATI) water-quality monitors and toxic and combustible gas sensors in the states of Iowa and Nebraska. ATI is leading the way among manufacturers of sensors for use in a variety of municipal and industrial pollution-control applications.

Protecting the quality of your potable water supply means measuring important factors like turbidity and tracking chemicals like chlorine and fluoride. But sometimes an even more precise measurement of water quality is needed.

The ATI single-channel particle alarm can help provide an accurate measurement of total particle count -- giving you an excellent indication of overall water clarity, as well as a reliable measurement of filter efficiency. Total particle measurement can also give you good early indications of filter breakthrough and Cryptosporidium and Giardia-sized particle breakthroughs before turbidity measurements begin to rise.

Deposits on optical surfaces can degrade particle measurements over time with any particle counter, but with ATI's exclusive removable measuring cell, you can easily remove one measuring cell for cleaning and put a spare cell in place in just seconds. They're totally interchangeable, so a single spare cell is all you need.

Need laser accuracy to measure the quality of your potable water supply? Consider the Model C10/77 Laser Particle Counter, and get accurate readings of particle breakthrough in size ranges as small as 2 microns. The ATI Model C10/77 can detect particles the size of Cryptosporidium or Giardia well before they can be detected by other turbidity monitors.

With ATI's advanced particle-counter software, you can keep accurate measurements of the quality of your potable water. Keep track of particles in a wide range of sizes and know exactly how your filters are performing.

ATI is the leader in gas and water-quality sensing and monitoring, including turbidity measurement. Contact us for custom specifications and calculations.

last revised 10.14.2005