see Gib signed off another infrastructure project -the LNG plant -the other day. Having communicated with the authorities they are clear the sewage treatment plant is definitely going ahead whilst acknowledging there have been delays in the tendering process. Read into that as you like.
The OVA 7000 ™ Series is capable of measuring trace metals online, providing real-time 24-hour monitoring. A major North American mine has 5 OVA units monitoring a variety of trace metals including As, Cd, Pb, Cu, Zn, and Tl. The OVA Series allows the client to react quickly to unexpected events and enables operators to take preventative action to avoid costly discharge fines. Monitoring metal concentrations in real time allow optimization of treatment chemistry further reducing operating costs.
A global manufacturer of herbicides has adopted the SmartReader™ photometer for its North American division to assist its customers to make rapid and accurate decisions on the dosing of its herbicides. The SmartReader is used in conjunction with Modern Water herbicide test kits to provide accurate and reliable results. The proprietary SmartReader photometer makes the final step of testing faster and more reliable with the touch of a button.
All I read was there is a global herbicide manufacturer supplying Smart Reader (Modern wafers product) to north american customers. It might be for detection of excess herbicide run-off or similar.
It is becoming a buy. Expect a raising next year but could easily run towards 10-12p first and on good forward look and funding, even allowing for dilution, could get back towards 35p in my opinion. This is opinion only, please investegate for yourselves.
MODERN WATER’S NEW SMARTREADER SIMPLIFIES ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SOIL AND WATER TEST KITS
Modern Water plc (AIM:MWG), the owner of leading water technologies for the production of fresh water and monitoring of water quality, has today launched its new SmartReader. The Modern Water SmartReader is a photometer that can be used with any of its RaPID assay and EnviroGard range of test kits which effectively monitor the quality of drinking water, process water, wastewater or soil. Modern Water’s research and development team have worked hard to find a product that can be used by anyone, anywhere yet still provide extremely accurate results. The new SmartReader is that product! The fundamental operating technique applied to the SmartReader is based on the principles of optical absorbance and scattering of visible light. The SmartReader provides significant advantages and considerably more accurate measurements than using traditional photometers. This is achieved by removing the subjective element of the human eye, and eliminating variable light conditions which can affect test results. The SmartReader provides rapid result interpretation and requires much less skill to operate than deciphering absorbance charts. Its low power consumption also means it can equally be used as a mobile device or in a laboratory. The SmartReader offers a choice of either mains power via the USB port or using three 1.5V ‘AA’ batteries (supplied). The technology has low power consumption, self-diagnostic functionality and wireless connectivity. The SmartReader is paired with Modern Water’s rugged tablet either via wireless connectivity and Bluetooth® Smart technology, or a traditional USB connection. Pairing the devices allows the sample to be read and the results to be sent to the tablet for automatic interpretation, all with the touch of just one button.
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