D.J. Gongol and Associates, Inc. is the exclusive manufacturer's representative for Analytical Technology, Inc. (ATI) water-quality monitors and toxic and combustible gas sensors in the states of Iowa and Nebraska. ATI is leading the way among manufacturers of sensors for use in a variety of municipal and industrial pollution-control applications.

Fluoridation is recommended by the American Water Works Association, the American Dental Association, and the American Medical Association. Adding fluoride to your municipal water system can be a great public service since it helps to prevent tooth decay, but over-fluoridation of the water can create hazards for your water consumers. Optimum fluoride levels are usually around 1 PPM, but over-fluoridated waters (fluoride concentrations of 2 PPM and higher) need to be corrected quickly.

ATI fluoride monitors take the guesswork out of fluoride monitoring. ATI's reliable, continuously-monitoring fluoride sensors constantly report measurements of free fluoride in potable water.

ATI's on-line fluoride monitors provide reliable measurement from 0.1 to 1000 PPM. By using a fluoride-sensitive ion-selective electrode, the ATI fluoride monitor gives you reliable, continuous fluoride level detection without any human effort or measurement required.

Maintenance of an ATI fluoride monitor is the easiest you can find. You'll only need to replace the buffer solution once every 45 days, and it can be mixed in a matter of moments from a solution of common household vinegar. Calibration can be done on a quarterly basis and takes no more than a few minutes.

The ATI fluoride monitor is reliable, easy to use, and highly economical. Continuous, on-line monitoring can actually save you money -- eliminating the costs of labor-intensive testing and reducing your exposure to liability and possible fines due to errors. You'll always know instantly what your fluoride levels are when you use an ATI on-line fluoride monitor.

ATI is the leader in gas and water-quality sensing and monitoring, including fluoride measurement. Contact us for custom specifications and calculations.

last revised September 2010