Providing water quality instrumentation solutions for over 30 years
Since 1985, Chemtrac Inc. has been a leading manufacturer of process monitoring and control instruments used in water, wastewater, and other industrial processes. However, the company’s reputation and growth has been built around one mission – “RESULTS for the customer”. This will never change. We understand that our success depends on meeting and exceeding our customers expectations. With defined objectives and joint commitments, we will achieve the results you want.
The HydroACT analyzer offers a wide range of customizable capabilities to suit any user’s requirements: from a basic analyzer with a single sensor and analog output, to a more ...
The PC3400 is the first Particle Counter designed for use in drinking water treatment plants which has truly made the calibration process uncomplicated for the end user.
The HydroACT Analyzer with DuraTrac 4 Streaming Current Sensor is Chemtrac’s most reliable and accurate Streaming Current Monitor, providing unique and versatile capabilities for optimizing coagulant...
The UVP1000 portable UV254 monitor can quickly and accurately test UV 254nm in the field within minutes. The meter can provide test results in both UV transmittance (UVT) and UV absorbance (UVA).
For the second year in a row, Chemtrac joined four of their North American Filtration (NAF) sister-companies in exhibiting in a combined booth at WEFTEC. The other NAF subsidiaries were: NEFCO, Mass Transfer Systems, Sanborn Technologies, and LEEM Filtration. The event took place at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, October 1-4, 2018.
Chemtrac was one of 16 exhibiting sponsors at the 21st International Conference on Water Chemistry in Nuclear Reactor Systems. The conference took place September 9-14 in San Francisco, and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) hosted the event.
When the water treatment plant in Auburn, AL was looking for the ability to monitor chlorine in off-site locations, they did not want to have to deal with on-line analyzers that required reagents.