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We are delighted to announce that Multisensor Systems have moved premises with immediate effect. We have relocated to larger, better equipped offices within the same business complex to allow for our continued growth and development.

Our new address effective 2nd May is as follows:

Multisensor Systems Ltd

Ground Floor
Alexandra Court
Carrs Road, Cheadle
Stockport, SK8 2GY

All telephone numbers and email addresses remain unchanged.

Multisensor Systems Ltd is proud to announce that it is now fully qualified as a supplier on the Achilles UVDB Database
Please Click here to access our Achilles UVDB Community Certificate

Multisensor Systems ltd are a leading supplier or volatile organic compounds (VOC) monitors, Ammonia monitors and Trihalomethane monitors

Each year, 2 to 16 percent of hydraulically fractured oil and gas wells spill hydrocarbons, chemical-laden water, hydraulic fracturing fluids and other substances, according to a new study.

The analysis, which appears Feb. 21 in Environmental Science & Technology, identified 6,648 spills reported across Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota and Pennsylvania during a 10-year period.

“This study provides important insights into the frequency, volume, and cause of spills,” said Lauren Patterson, policy associate at Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions and the study’s lead author.

Click here for the full article

It was great to meet so many of our valued customers, suppliers and partners at WWEM 2016 in Telford last week.

WWEM 2016

Brad Weaterton & Ben Capewell of Multisensor Systems

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

courtesy of the Borneo Post

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

We are delighted to announce that Multisensor will be exhibiting at the “Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring Exhibition” in Telford this year.

WWEM is a biennial exhibition, which will be held at the Telford International Centre over two days on 2nd and 3rd November 2016

We would be very pleased to meet you on our stand no 45.

Please Click HERE to pre-register for WWEM.

Multisensor will be showcasing our MS1200 VOC Oil in Water Monitor and offering a very special preview of the MS3000 Ammonia in water monitor, so please do ask one of the team for more details.

If you would like to schedule a meeting with one of our team at WWEM, we would be delighted to further discuss your needs and how our products can help. Please call 01614915600 or contact us at

In applications with abnormally high suspended solids, several of our customers use Rotorflush self cleaning filters to protect our instruments.

Click here to find out more about using Rotorflush Filters in Online Analysers.

We have just returned from a hugely successful week at Aquatech 2015 in Amsterdam
Thanks to everyone who stopped to talk and find out more about our products.
Hope to see you there again next year!