A recent partnership between Aquamonix, Real Skills Education and the University of New South Wales has given full voice to our values of Collaboration and Simplicity. The project was devised by Aquamonix to assist a customer in far North Queensland. Temperatures on site have been known to reach 50 degrees Celsius (in the shade) so our goal was to decrease the site installation time frame, minimising safety hazards from potential dehydration and heat exhaustion. The team’s objective was to devise a simple, lightning-fast and cost effective method to attach an Aquamonix stainless steel Smartbox enclosure to a 50mm post. The team devised four potential designs and selected their final design … Read More
Yearly Archives: 2016
Introducing the Emflux G2000 water meter. Emflux has released the G2000 Flow Meter combo designed specifically for agriculture! We are pleased to announce the release of the G2000 Flow Meter combination, specifically designed for irrigated agricultural applications, it is ideal for centre pivots, pump stations and irrigation systems, manufactured in Australia the G2000 offers quality, accuracy & reliability at a low cost! Watch our video to find out more or go to our spec sheet.
Aquamonix has just updated and upgraded our brochure for the i500 flowmeter transmitter. The i500 Electromagnetic Flowmeter is a no compromises, high accuracy, high capability, bullet-proof water and wastewater measurement device. It complies with the new Australian Standard AS/NZS 4747:2013 – Meters for Non-Urban Water Supply. It is a fully pattern approved instrument from DN50 to DN600. The meter will meet the demanding requirements for accurate metering of irrigation supplies but is equally at home in other water supply applications including urban water (recycled water, distribution network and revenue monitoring), mining and environmental monitoring. Talk to us to find out how the i500 can help you better manage your water!
Aquamonix is pleased to announce the appointment of Darren Humphris to the position of General Manager. Darren joined Aquamonix just recently, bringing with him more than 30 years of industry experience and an impressive track record of success to the Aquamonix team. He most recently held the position of Regional Lead and Business Development Manager for Pentair Environmental Systems Asia / Pacific where he was the leader for the rapid expansion of the integrated services and coastal monitoring platforms. Darren’s business success commenced many years ago when he was one of the early pioneers of the Greenspan Water Quality business, transforming it from a local business into a global products … Read More
Aquamonix continues to go from strength to strength and is pleased to announce that Neil Taylor has joined the team as Sales Manager for Water Quality Products. Neil joins the Aquamonix team with an impressive list of business success having recently held Senior Regional Sales and Business Development roles with Festo and Tyco – both large multinational companies. With a strong knowledge of Water Quality products and the customers who rely on them, we’re very excited to have Neil join the team. Neil will be based in Adelaide and will lead the Business Development and Sales activities for our Water Quality Products together with the regional sales for our Water … Read More
The Aquamonix team will be at the Irrigation Australia Conference. While we won’t have a stand up, all of our sales team will be at the conference. We are also having a customer event on Wednesday May 25th in the evening in the City. If you are attending the conference and want to come along and find out more about our products, services and the ways we can help you measure, monitor or master your water, get in touch and we’ll arrange an invitation. Contact details of our relevant team members follow: Stephen Coutts-Smith (Emflux flowmeter products) – 0408 376 694 Don May (Rainman Irrigation Automation, Cloud based data or Remote … Read More
Hard on the heels of our new staff additions in Milperra, we have appointed Scott Wilson as Field Service Technician based out of our Shepparton facility. An alumnus of The University of Melbourne with a degree in Mechanical Engineering with Honours, Scott is no stranger to the water industry in Northern Victoria. With industry experience in manufacturing, product design and quality engineering, we look forward to Scott lifting our customer service and technical product skills in Victoria and southern NSW. An experienced CAD modeller and draftsman, 3D printer guru and design engineer, Scott continues to build on Aquamonix’s strong engineering and support focus. A keen motorcyclist and workshop tinkerer with a … Read More
Aquamonix has achieved compliance for our I500 electromagnetic flowmeter with the new irrigation utility metering standards and obtained the National Measurement Institute’s pattern approval. The approval was granted in full on 12th December 2015. The meters were tested under harsh conditions including high and low temperature (-20°C to +50°C), electric discharge, electromagnetic interference, and submersion in water to various depths, in addition to the requirement to maintain accuracy when the flow is disrupted by swirl and disturbance. Our flowmeter is the only meter in the industry to be submitted to and passed this rigorous testing under Australian conditions at the Manly Hydraulics Laboratory. Pattern approval of these meters and compliance … Read More
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Kye Ridley-Smith to the position of Graduate Mechatronics Engineer. Kye recently graduated from the University of Sydney with First Class Honours. Kye will provide Product Development and Engineering support to the Aquamonix business with a focus on sensors and flow meters. Kye brings experience with Goodman Fielder at their Erskine Park site, where he managed a number of major equipment installations. He also brings an impressive sales record with a leading technology supplier, achieving the top sales position for Australia. One of his hobbies is repairing and upcycling electronic equipment which led him to found The Sydney University Maker Club. This kind … Read More