A Comprehensive Solution to the Biofouling Problem in Marine Waters
Continuous monitoring of water quality in marine waters faces the arduous task of collecting accurate field data because of biofouling.
Continuous monitoring of water quality in marine waters faces the arduous task of collecting accurate field data. Despite the availability of state of-the-art water quality sensors, water quality monitoring faces biofouling challenges in the marine environment. Unlike in the past when toxic chemicals were used to combat biofouling, only non-hazardous environment solutions are permitted in most countries.
With Barnakil, data quality from Aanderaa water quality sensors will not be compromised because of biological growth. At the same time, it reduces field maintenance and helps to save costs.
Read more on the effectiveness of Barnakil and the tests completed on the Aanderaa water quality sensors by OceanTech (S.Korea). The tests were conducted at the Socheongcho Ocean Research Station (ORS) and on the northwest coast of Korea.
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