KORBI (CEO Hyun Moon-sic, www.korbi.com) has released the Water Quality TMS, a remote water quality monitoring system, at the 37th International Exhibition on Environmental Technology & Green Energy (ENVEX 2015), which runs Jun. 2-5 at COEX.
The Water Quality TMS can automatically measure and transfer water pollution levels of industrial companies in real time. It checks the pH, SS, BOD or COD, T-N, and T-P, using an online water quality analysis device.
Then, it sends the results to the Korea Environment Corporation Monitoring Center. The system gathers information in real time with the date collection device, generating data and then transferring it. Also, it can send commands remotely from the water quality TMS control center of the Korea Environment Corporation. If certain information is not received, it can request that data and it has the ability to restart the data collection device.
KORBI possesses its own brand for all Water Quality TMS products, which are based on pure domestic technologies and research and development.
The company has unveiled a variety of distinguished lineups, including the Biomonitor, BOD Analyzer, Electrochemical-type COD Analyzer, Manganese-type COD Analyzer, and TN Analyzer.
A total of 250 companies from 22 different countries participated in the exhibition, including 181 domestic and 69 international companies, with many from the United States, China, Japan, and Europe.
At the event, 2,000 new environmental technologies and eco-friendly products are on display. These products are expected to lead the environment industry.
The global news network AVING News is a media partner for this exhibition, delivering related stories to the global market. With video news becoming more important in a mobile world, AVING News is using the new format to disseminate important stories on major companies, products, and technologies.
→ Go to ENVEX 2015 Specia Page
(Video: ENVEX 2015 Live Video Clip)