Collecting and testing water samples is all well and good when the water is on the surface, but what happens when you want to collect samples that are located underground?
Low flow sampling is a process that allows people to accurately and effectively monitor water located underground in aquifers. While the process offers many advantages over more traditional methods of groundwater sampling, it is easy for mistakes to be made and inaccurate readings as a result if the proper steps are not undertaken.
Our complete guide to low flow sampling is designed to walk you through all the necessary steps required for individuals to understand if low flow sampling is right for them and how to conduct tests safely and accurately. The full guide includes:
- What is Low Flow Sampling?
- The Difference Between High Flow and Low Flow Sampling
- Equipment Necessary for Low Flow Sampling
- The AP-2000 From Aquaread
- How to Conduct Low Flow Sampling
- Important Considerations for Low Flow Sampling
Aquaread is a British manufacturer of water testing equipment, including those suitable for low flow sampling. The AP-2000 from Aquaread is our advanced portable multiparameter water monitoring probe, which comes with a range of standard sensors. It is constructed from tough marine grade aluminium that has been hard anodised, making it suitable for use in both fresh and salt waters. For more information, visit the dedicated AP-2000 product page, or contact us today.