Preventing Biofouling on Probes: An Example from Eureka

Bio fouling (or biological fouling) is the accumulation of microorganisms, plants, algae, or animals on wetted surfaces. Ajman Municipality, Environment Department, Natural Resources Conservation Section (ELARD), had installed six water quality monitoring stations using Eureka‘s technology. ELARD faced a myriad of problems to maintain and operate the water quality monitoring stations due to the extensive growth of biological organisms on water probes and the harsh environment. They adopted a series of measures to solve problems related with bio fouling and reduce the growth of biological organisms on instruments.

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