IFAT 2018

ifat-germany
Posted: May 28, 2018
Category: Heron News
Tags: germany, growth, ifat, innovation, international business, munich, technology, water

Between May 14th and 18th, 2018 a total of 3,305 exhibitors from 58 countries attended Munich, Germany to present products and innovations to the environmental industry.  IFAT was attended by more than 141,000 experts from 160 countries where the world’s leading trade fair for environmental technologies highlighted the management of water, sewage, waste and raw […]

Why a 3/8″ Probe?

narrow-probe
Posted: May 23, 2018
Category: Products
Tags: narrow, narrow openings, Piezometer, probe, water level meter, wells

Sometimes when you need to measure a water level, there is other equipment installed in the well getting in the way.  It could be a pump, pressure transducers or other water quality monitoring equipment.  Using a standard 5/8” probe is not practical.  A probe that size can get stuck between the equipment and the side […]

dipper-T vs dipperLog

Posted: May 17, 2018
Category: Products
Tags: datalogger, dipper-t, dipperLog, pressure, water, water level meter, water level monitoring

What is the difference between the readings collected with the dipper-T or water tape2 and the data downloaded from the dipperLog?  Aren’t they both water level measurements?  Why would you need both types of data? This is a common question we receive.  In reality, these instruments provide very different information. dipper-T(2)/water tape2 A water lever […]

Calibrating the Heron Conductivity Plus

conductivity-bag
Posted: May 15, 2018
Category: Products
Tags: calibrating, calibration, conductivity, heron, instruments, water level, water quality

Heron Instruments’ conductivity plus, like all water quality meters, must be calibrated to ensure accurate readings.  Heron Instruments recommends that for best results, you should calibrate a conductivity plus before starting a measurement session. Calibration is a fairly simple process, simply follow the steps below: Thoroughly clean and dry the probe using distilled water Turn […]

Japan Trip – April 2018

pentough-heron
Posted: May 10, 2018
Category: Heron News
Tags: business, international business, japan, Pentough, technology

Recently Mike Hare, Sales Manager and Dave Mackie, R & D at Heron Instruments went to Japan to meet with representatives of our exclusive distributor and business partner Pentough. While there, current and future plans for both companies were discussed including the innovative use of Heron Instruments’ technology in the Pentough product line. We were […]

Drinking Water On the Go

reduce-your-plastic
Posted: May 8, 2018
Category: Water
Tags: drinking water, water, water bottle

During the mid-nineteenth century, drinking water fountains began to appear in most large cities to provide a clean water source for all inhabitants, both 2 legged and 4 legged.  These fountains were also incorporated into schools, parks, sports venues and other public buildings.  Throughout the 20th century however, these fountains fell into disrepair or were […]

Drinking Water Week – May 6-12th, 2018

Posted: May 3, 2018
Category: Water
Tags: aquifer, drinking water, hamilton, treatment, water quality

Drinking Water Week 2018 is May 6 to May 12.  It is a unique opportunity for both water professionals and the communities they serve to join together in recognizing the vital role water plays in our daily lives. To commemorate this week, Hamilton Water will open both the Filtration Building and the Environmental Lab to […]

Why a barLog?

dipperLog NANO
Posted: May 2, 2018
Category: Products
Tags: barLog, barometric pressure, compensation, data, datalogger, dipperLog, nano

When using Heron dipperLog pressure transducers you are measuring absolute pressure or the pressure of everything exerting pressure on the dipperLog from above.  Barometric pressure is a component of that measurement.  Barometric pressure, often referred to as atmospheric pressure, is a very unstable value.  It can be affected by weather systems, seasonal changes and diurnal […]

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