Aquaread are a multi-award winning, privately owned, British design and manufacturing company with a head office and manufacturing in Broadstairs, UK and a sales office in Singapore.
Aquaread is now in it’s tenth year and has grown rapidly in the UK and globally with over 50 dealers.
Our concentrated team consists of highly skilled individuals from various backgrounds such as engineering, innovative product design, production, management, scientific research and software design. Our focus and vast skill set has enabled us to develop and successfully market an ever increasing range of highly precise water testing instruments.
Our range now includes multiple water quality monitoring packages for both portable and permanent applications, water level loggers both absolute and vented and now including a conductivity variant. All of our products are 100% designed and manufactured in house.
We work actively in the surface water, ground water and waste water sectors globally. This year, Aquaread will be demonstrating a low flow sampling set up using our most popular probe the AP2000 which houses 13 parameters in a 42mm body!
Water Testing Equipment
Aquaread Ltd - Company Presentation
Aquaread and 'Just a Drop' Join Forces
Aquareed's New AP-7000 In Action
Calibration of Aquaprobe from Aquaread
GPS Aquameter & AP-800 Aquaprobe- High Performance Multiparameter Water Quality Testing from Aquaread
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