Water is the most precious resource for all human beings today, and drinking water utilities are faced with the challenge of operating in real time. These challenges arise because of population growth, limited water resources, aging infrastructure, and more. Therefore, better methods are needed to monitor water quality. In order to reduce water-related diseases and prevent water population, the World Health Organization (WHO) also described the crisis as "the largest population poisoning in history". The main goal is to build a sensor-based real-time water quality monitoring system.
Water is a basic need of all living things and cannot survive without it. With the advancement of technology and industrialization, environmental pollution has become a major concern. Water pollution is the most serious type of environmental pollution. Our lives depend on the quality of the water we consume in different ways, from industrially produced juices. Any imbalance in water quality can seriously affect human health and at the same time affect the ecological balance among all species. Water quality refers to the chemical, biological, radiological and biological parameters of water
The basic parameters of water quality vary depending on the water application. For example, for an aquarium, it is necessary to keep the water temperature, pH value, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, and water level within a certain normal range to ensure the safety of the fish in the aquarium. However, for industrial and domestic applications, some parameters of water need to be monitored more often than others, depending on the use of the water.
Traditional water quality monitoring is time-consuming and labor-intensive
The traditional water quality monitoring method is to collect water samples and send them to the laboratory for testing through manual analysis methods. Although chemical, physical and biological factors in water can be analyzed by this method, it has several disadvantages. First, it is time-consuming and labor-intensive. Secondly, this cost control, display and transmission. Compared with traditional water quality detection technologies, sensor-based water quality detection has the advantages of accuracy, high sensitivity, good selectivity, fast speed, fast response, and low cost.
JXCT Water Quality Monitoring
Effective and efficient drinking water process monitoring requires access to accurate, real-time data and reliable process control to meet regulatory requirements while minimizing energy and chemical use. Our JXCT brand offers time-tested solutions for monitoring and controlling potable water at every stage of the process. Our solutions include automated chemical analysis systems that provide real-time data without the need for multiple instruments, a full range of digital sensors that are flexible in configuration and easy to integrate into your control system, and portable monitoring devices that support offline data collection. Simple industrial-grade design based on decades of experience ensures reliable operation and accurate results, and the equipment is easy to use and maintain.