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Introducing the Hach FL1500 Series Controller

28 September 2017

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Bethan Stones

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Hach FL1500

EMS are pleased to announce the launch of the new Hach FL1500 Flow Controller – a significant advancement in flow monitor integration.

This flexible system combines multiple sensor options meaning, one single Hach flow monitor can be connected to the full suite of sensor technologies. For complete compliance monitoring, this versatile controller can be configured with pH sensors, autosamplers and other effluent monitoring systems.

The FL1500 provides confidence in providing accurate data. Sensor calibration prompts step by step guidance and the intuitive, coloured screen display and LED indicators make for easy set-up, use and maintenance. 

This new release from Hach gives professionals responsible for compliance based monitoring, the flexibility and confidence to collect data easily from a variety of environments.

If you want to find out more information on how the Hach FL1500 could help you increase efficiency and compliance, please see our product page. Alternatively, contact our UK Sales Manager James Chapman at james.chapman@em-solutions.co.uk or 0114 272 2270.

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