The KETOS SHIELD remotely monitors dozens of water quality parameters. Which one do your water operators test most often?
KETOS SHIELD offers water quality monitoring in real-time. Lower your organization’s up-front costs with our industry-leading $0-CAPEX subscription model while analyzing magnesium levels and other water testing parameters.
Discover our proprietary intelligent water management solution, KETOS SHIELD. With KETOS, water operators can access 30+ water testing parameters (including magnesium). Choose your variables, customize your dashboard, set threshold alerts, and gain real-time insights under one simple device.
Why Monitor Water for Magnesium with KETOS
As an abundant, naturally occurring element, magnesium is found in water and can significantly contribute to water hardness.
Magnesium has many industrial and production applications, including as an alloying agent with aluminum. This makes it an essential componant in beverage cans, electrical equipment, tools, sporting equipment, and more.
Magnesium is a desulphurizing and deoxidizing agent in the ferrous metal industry. It’s a reducing agent used widely when producing various reactive metals (like titanium).
Since magnesium contributes to total water hardness, many organizations require it to be monitored in industrial water infrastructure. By observing and controlling magnesium levels, operators can prevent buildup that may cause equipment downtime. As a contributor to water hardness, it may also cause soap to lose its effectiveness in cleaning processes. Therefore, careful monitoring ensures that high levels do not adversely affect uptime.
Monitor for magnesium and 30+ (and counting) water testing parameters with KETOS SHIELD.
KETOS is a fully integrated platform that combines hardware, software, connectivity, automated reporting, predictive analytics, and maintenance to automate water monitoring and testing. KETOS enables water operators to identify and solve mission-critical water efficiency and quality challenges in real-time, or before they happen through predictive algorithms, to ensure that water meets specific quality and safety standards.