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EMS become Teledyne ISCO distributor of flow monitoring and wastewater sampling products

27 July 2023

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David Claridge

Business Development Manager (Water & Wastewater)

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EMS is pleased to announce that it is now a distributor for Teledyne ISCO. This collaboration enables EMS to provide clients with a comprehensive range of flow monitoring and wastewater sampling products and support them in capturing accurate and reliable environmental reporting data.

Dr Kieran Williams, Managing Director of EMS, said: “By incorporating Teledyne ISCO’s renowned flow meters and autosamplers into our offerings, we gain access to proven and industry leading technologies. This keeps EMS best-placed to meet our clients’ diverse flow measurement and wastewater sample collection needs. With accurate and reliable data collection, clients will be able to make well-informed decisions regarding compliance, water quality, pollution control, operational performance, and optimisation.

Teledyne ISCO is a globally recognised leader in environmental monitoring, known for its commitment to innovation and quality. They specialise in precise and durable equipment designed to meet the demanding requirements of various industries, such as environmental research, industrial monitoring, water resource management, and wastewater treatment.

Matt Brownhill, UK Country Manager for Teledyne ISCO – Water, shared his excitement about the partnership, stating, “I’m delighted to welcome EMS on board. EMS operate in a variety of market segments, and with the release of the DuraTrackerEX flowmeter earlier this year, the timing of appointment provides a fantastic opportunity for us in the UK Flow Survey market.”

You can see the new range of products here.

About EMS

EMS provides a comprehensive range of services to help clients meet and maintain environmental compliance. For over two decades, we have worked with our clients as their environmental partner to ensure that regulations, legislation and environmental goals are met.

We have a range of environmental monitoring, data acquisition and SMART wastewater products to help you meet and maintain compliance, and a flexible range of services to support and protect your business.

Our experience and breadth of expertise spanning diverse sectors and industries can help you find the right solutions for your scenario or application.

About Teledyne ISCO

Teledyne ISCO water and wastewater products are used in urban, agricultural and industrial settings, in both private and public applications, to measure flow rates and collect samples of raw wastewater (sewage), recovered (treated) wastewater, and stormwater. In addition, they are used in the collection and treatment of industrial wastewater.

Products include area velocity flow meters and accessories to measure the flow rate and quantity of raw and treated wastewater, stormwater and industrial effluent in open channel and partially filled pipe for a variety of purposes, including billing, process control, inflow/infiltration studies, modeling, and permit related reporting. They provide automatic samplers for a variety of applications for use in permitting, and for meeting wastewater-based surveillance requirements.

Durability, ease of use, accuracy and innovation are hallmarks of their products.

For more information on ISCO flow products please contact Dave Claridge ( / 0114 272 2270) and for more information on the range of ISCO sampling products please contact Ian Brading ( / 0114 272 2270)

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