H2S meter, with 3G data transmission. (Without sensor and antenna)
Compact measuring instrument, for measuring the concentration of hydrogen sulphide in piping systems, in wastewater systems etc.
Sulfur hydrogen (H2S) occurs as a result of biomass degradation. Long river distances create degradation in the piping systems, which can lead to heavy corrosion, and thus potential destruction of the structures over time. To avoid damaged pipe systems, it makes good sense to measure for sulfur hydrogen concentrations so that timely action can be taken.