Multisensor Systems

Multisensor Systems provides reliable, non-contact measurement systems for water and waste water. Sensing substances such as Hydrocarbons, Trihalomethanes and Ammonia our products are used by major utilities, businesses and government agencies. Measuring drinking water, extracted water, waste water and treated water we detect pollution events, provide process control data and control discharges from utilities, industrial facilities and food and beverage production plants. Protecting assets, stakeholders and the environment.
Industry Applications
  • Water
  • Oil & Gas
  • Wastewater
  • Industrial
  • Environmental
Multisensor’s first applications were in the water industry, protecting clean water intakes to treatment plants from contamination by fuels, oils and other pollutants.

Our newest product allows real time monitoring of Ammonia levels in Raw Waste Water - the MS3500 Ammonia Monitor. Now Ammonia can be measured in the harshest environments with high levels of solid matter and suspended solids.

The MS3500 has been designed to even work reliably on Raw Waste Water intakes.

Now Multisensor’s best known product, the MS1200-SYS oil in water monitor is also being used in waste water applications, again protecting treatment works but also rivers and streams from contamination.

The MS1200 is most commonly used on water intakes to treatment plants, where its very high level of sensitivity combined with on line reporting, means that intakes can be shut before damage is done to expensive treatment equipment.

Further uses have seen the products monitoring ground water sources for contamination from accidental fuel spillage and leakage from storage facilities.

The MS2000 THM monitor extended the use of Multisensor’s technology into the distribution network, for the first time enabling real time reporting of Disinfection By-Product levels.   All part of the diverse water applications serviced by Multisensor.

Please contact us to discuss how Multisensor can help with your water monitoring requirements.
The high sensitivity of the MS1200-SYS Oil in Water Monitor will detect the lowest levels of contamination and provides the assurance that the environment is being protected and that product is not being lost.   Many smaller leakages and spillages can go undetected or unmonitored, whilst the risk of clean-up costs being incurred increases as time goes on. Multisensor can detect water contamination very early and can, if a leak does occur, be used to re assure the community and to show the real level of damage, by monitoring the situation over the long term.  

MS1200 – Is ideal for:
  • Monitoring local sources for a spill event
  • Measuring pre discharge cooling waters to ensure system integrity and to prevent discharge to river or air
  • Oil interceptor monitoring
  • Drain and waste water contamination detection

Please contact us for more information about how our products can play a part in protecting your business and the environment.
The MS3500 has been developed specifically for the monitoring of Ammonia in Raw Waste Water. This means that it has to incorporate a very robust sampling system which will not block. Using proprietary sensor and sampling technology Multisensor Systems has developed a product which allows for frequent and accurate measurement. These readings can be used to:
  • Control energy and chemical use on a waste water site
  • Monitor for an ammonia based pollution event
  • Provide an early warning of a potential high level discharge

In addition the MS1200 VOC Monitor can also be used in waste water applications to detect the build up of explosive gases, for example due to high levels of fuel in surface run-off, or the measurement of VOCs in industrial waste being discharged by truck into a Waste Water Treatment facility.
Multisensor’s products are part of the armoury of precautions which can be used to protect companies from the consequences of accidents.

By monitoring drainage and other paths to either the sewer network or streams, rivers and groundwater, Multisensor products such as the MS1200-SYS Oil in Water monitor, can, as part of a wider system, provide automated shut off and containment functions. Remote and unmanned facilities can now be made safe at low cost and with a high degree of reliability.

Monitoring of gaseous emissions from processing plants can also be enabled using Multisensor's instruments. Making sure that regulatory limits are met and allowing frequent, on-line monitoring to be implemented. Multisensor products are already being used in manufacturing facilities, providing cost effective protection and proven reliability.

Carbon beds are extensively used within manufacturing industries to remove pollutants from water prior to discharge. The Multisensor online VOC monitor has been deployed in several different settings to detect VOC breakthrough in the outflow stream. This not only prevents discharge of polluted water, it also ensures that the bed is fully utilised before recharging, therefore increasing the cost-effectiveness of the system.

Please contact us for more information about how our products can play a part in protecting your business and the environment.
Multisensor Systems Limited has developed two instruments ideal for the monitoring of surface and ground water, discharges and run off for unwanted pollution from hydrocarbons or ammonia.
  • MS1200
    • Designed for detection of hydrocarbon based pollutants in river water or water sources
    • Environmental monitoring of streams, rivers and groundwater is provided by the MS1200-SYS Oil in Water Monitor, with product extensions to cover industrial emissions and the accidental discharge of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from manufacturing facilities.
    • Land fill and agricultural installations are further markets in which Multisensor plays, using innovative techniques to provide cost effective solutions.
  • MS3500
    • This is a highly reliable measurement system for Ammonia pollution in the harshest environments, able to handle the most difficult waters without blockage.

Multisensor’s development work continues with new instruments aimed at the environmental protection market as well as the research of sensor and signal processing IP to support these activities.   Contact us to find out how we can help you with your water monitoring requirements.    
  • Multisensor speaks your language!

    Multisensor Systems Ltd. is proud to announce a new addition to the team, Gabriele Ostuni who joined us in September as Sales Manager, Europe and brings with him wide experience in the water monitoring and industrial sectors and provides the ability to support customers in French, Italian, Spanish and English.

    Gabriele will lead a team of specialized distributors in Europe who will provide technical solutions for water monitoring applications, both in providing the right product and in supporting customers to achieve the highest level of protection, process control and data integrity.

    The applications include on-line Oil in Water Monitors, Trihalomethane Monitors and Ammonia Monitors and extend from water intake protection, drinking water quality measurements, waste water discharge compliance to raw waste water treatment control.

    If you are based in Europe and need to measure Oil in Water, Hydrocarbons in Water, Trihalomethanes or Ammonia in Raw Waste Water then please get in touch with Gabriele at:

  • Thank-you to all who visited our stand at WWEM 2016
    It was great to meet so many of our valued customers, suppliers and partners at WWEM 2016 in Telford last week.
  • WWEM 2016 more photos
    It was great to meet so many of our valued customers, suppliers and partners at WWEM 2016 in Telford last week.
  • Exciting new applications in Malaysia
    Multisensor Systems customers in Malaysia are developing an exciting new application for the MS1200-SYS VOC monitor. They are working with our founder Dr Krishna Persaud to develop a system to alert the public to Leptospira infection in rivers and streams. The system will allow cost effective, 24/7 monitoring of water quality – even in remote areas, reducing the public risk of exposure to the bacteria which causes Leptospirosis. Thousands of people are infected with the bacteria each year and Leptospirosis accounted for at least 78 deaths in Malaysia during 2015. Click here to read more about this new innovation
  • Ben Capewell joins Multisensor
    We are delighted to welcome Ben Capewell to Multisensor Systems as our UK Sales Manager. Ben comes to us with over 15 years of experience within the water industry and environmental technologies. We are excited to work with Ben moving forward as we launch the MS3000 Ammonia Monitor at WWEM 2016. If you would like further information about the MS3000 please contact Ben at or on 07739351195
Multisensor Systems Ltd

Alexandra Court
Carrs Road
United Kingdom