Liquid Analyzer System


Liquid Analyzer System

IEP offers Sample handling systems for your process liquids. Sample systems, Steam & Water Analysis Systems (SWAS), Water Quality Systems (WQS), Liquid Panels and Racks are examples of Liquid Analysis Systems that include analyzers, sensors, and transmitters. These systems measure pH, ORP, ozone, chlorine, dissolved oxygen, conductivity, silica, and turbidity in real-time. Chemical processes, power, refining, food & beverage, pharmaceutical, and water & wastewater are some of the industries that use it.

  • Steam and Water Analysis System ( SWAS)
  • Effluent / Wastewater Treatment Analyzer System.
  • Water Quality Monitoring System.
  • Desalination Analytics


Steam and Water Analysis System (SWAS)

Steam and Water Analysis System

The Steam/Water Analysis Systems (SWAS) is designed to conform to the most recent modern technology and has been continuously improved to always ensure the safety of your water steam analysis, as well as to protect your power plant from corrosion and scaling, suitable for power plant chemistry.

SWAS is designed for continuous monitoring and control of water and steam purity in the boiler plant cycle and at other critical analysis points. The SWAS sampling system shall collect samples from adequately conditioned steam and water pipelines that flow through water analysers for continuous analysis and provide a parallel facility for grab sampling.

The analyzer output signals will be used for continuous monitoring of parameters such as pH, Specific Conductivity, Cation Conductivity, Degassed Conductivity, Sodium, Silica, Dissolved Oxygen, Phosphate, Chlorides, TOC, and so on.

IEP has designed cutting-edge SWAS systems for modern power plants, complete with dependable components and measuring instruments, simple maintenance, and a low total cost of ownership. Our solutions are based on modern sampling skid design and are suitable for outdoor use in an industrial environment as well as for Zone 1 or Zone 2 explosion-proof areas.

Effluent / Wastewater Treatment
Analyzer System

Controlling disinfection, descaling, managing blowdown in a cooling tower, or treating boiler feedwater all require monitoring and control when dealing with industrial water treatment. That is why it is critical to have the proper tools for measuring and controlling with high-quality industrial water sensors.

Many controller suppliers offer a variety of controllers from which the user must select the best fit for their solution. IEP takes a different approach, designing a custom controller to do exactly what a water treatment system requires from a variety of options.

IEP will build the controller for you using any of the measurements below and a variety of specialist control options based on the controller. Not only that, but IEP also offers an Internet of Things-enabled remote access solution that sends real-time SMS alarms and emails.

IEP offers solutions for measuring all disinfectants and combining them with more common measurements such as conductivity and pH. Additionally, our controller has been designed to accept a variety of sensors including fluorescence and corrosion using an LPR corrosion sensor.


Water Quality Monitoring System

Water Quality Monitoring system

Digitalization, automation, and electrification lay the groundwork for efficient, dependable, and long-term water industry processes. Custom-made products, systems, and solutions for a more sustainable water industry are available.

IEP possess intelligent solutions and services for planning, engineering, operation, and maintenance ensure consistently and sustainably treated drinking water of the highest quality around the world. Process control, automation, and drive technology, as well as power supply for water treatment plants, pipeline systems, and large-scale water networks, are all included.

The water industry is changing dramatically as new challenges around the world necessitate consistent approaches and quick solutions. IEP’s most recent innovations provide impressive, technologically sophisticated answers to critical questions.

Desalination Analytics

Water is the most important resource, and desalination is a critical technology for producing enough and affordable drinking water. While the market is steadily expanding, it is also under enormous cost pressures. The industry must streamline the design, construction, commissioning, and operation of desalination plants in order to achieve optimal plant performance and return on investment.

Seawater desalination is becoming increasingly important for water security. Because desalination requires a lot of energy, future desal plants must be more efficient and resource friendly. IEP makes plant commissioning more efficient and error-free.

Water scarcity is a major issue. Because groundwater alone cannot meet the demand, the need for additional desalination plants grows. However, the process of desalinating seawater is very energy intensive. IEP can assist in this regard by providing digital technologies to improve the efficiency of desal plants’ operations.