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Industrial Water Treatment

Industrial Water Treatment

For measurements in Industrial water treatment, we developed sensors that are easy to install, thanks to our hot-tap retractable. No need to stop your process to maintain the sensor.

There is a big variety in industrial wastewater, and it varies significantly from urban wastewater, often presenting unique challenges such as heavy (bio)fouling, precipitation, 'fat' water, and high concentrations of dissolved materials. We understand the distinct characteristics of industrial wastewater, whether it's from agriculture, potato processing, breweries, or other food-processing industries, from paper- or textile factories or specific metalurgic processes or chemical plats. Our sensors are specifically developed to operate reliably in these specialized environments, ensuring efficient measurements tailored to your needs.

We especially focus on

  • Measuring in challenging environment

  • Providing an easy to install sensor

  • A robust measurement technology that is not prone to optical changes of the water

Olpas sensors generally have maintenance windows up to 4 to 7 times longer compared to traditional optical sensors.


Olpas sensors can measure in a basin or can be installed inline. Thanks to their small size, installation is easy. And maintenance too. Also because the OLPAS Technology allows maintenance windows that are up till 4 times longer compared to traditional sensors. Without the need to use wipers or other automated mechanical cleaning.

We also have developed a "hot-tap"-retractable for easy maintenance. Thanks to the retractable the sensor can be removed and replaced without the need to stop the ongoing process.

Tailor-made products

For challenging industrial water measurements, we build tailor-made solutions for installation in your processes.

But we can also go much further: together with your team we can co-develop a specific solution for your measurement-needs. Thanks to our unique and innovatve technology, we often succeed where traditional technologies (and especially all kinds of optical measurements) fail.


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