The New Aquaread Range from Aquaread – published on Apr 9, 2013
In this video, Chris introduces our Aquaprobe range. The AP-Lite can take one of our optical electrodes to measure one parameter. We then have multiparameter water quality meters that come with a set of standard parameters and the ability to add further auxiliary electrodes. The multiparameter systems are the AP-2000, AP-5000 and AP-7000. The AP-2000 and AP-5000 are portable, whereas the AP-7000 is much larger and designed to be left in the field for unmanned monitoring.
2012 KEiBA awards – published on Jul 2, 2012
In 2012, Aquaread’s Managing Director, Craig Harrison, won the Young Entrepreneur of the Year award at the prestigious KEiBAs. Craig gives a big thanks to the whole Aquaread team in his speech.
The New AP-7000 in action – published on Mar 22, 2012
In this video, see the AP-7000 Aquaprobe’s self cleaning function in action. This is a ground-breaking instrument designed for long term deployment during unmanned water testing. This water testing equipment has a wiper arm with replaceable brushes that rotate and clean each sensor in turn. This means that you can leave the water quality tester in place for many months.
KEIBA Award winners Aquaread 2011 – published on Jul 7, 2011
Aquaread won the Best Start Up Company of the Year award at the 2011 KEiBAs. We also finished as a top three finalist in the Best Science/Technology Business of the Year category. The entire Aquaread team was proud to be up for such prestigious awards.
The Great Work of Just a Drop – published on Jun 7, 2011
A short video from our friends at Just a Drop, they bring clean water to thousands across the world. Aquaread would like to thank its customers, you have all helped make a difference!
884 million people across the world don’t have access to safe water. Water charity, Just a Drop, are doing all they can to help provide clean water to these people. Just a Drop ensures that every £10 will provide a child with a lifetime’s supply of clean water, so we have pledged to donate £10 for every product sold.