Phathom water sensors aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty


Phathom sensors are used in industrial processes like mining and pulp and paper plants for turbidity and suspended solids monitoring. Applications include control of optimum solids content in water product mixes, monitoring and control of wastewater influent and discharge, desludging, and filtration monitoring and control.


Phathom sensors can be deployed on construction sites to help manage sediment and erosion control. Applications include monitoring sediment retention ponds, use in dewatering systems in combination with silt busters, clarifiers, flocculant dosing, and other equipment, and stormwater control.


Phathom sensors can be used in a wide range of agricultural settings, including horticulture, livestock farming and crop farming. Applications include monitoring turbidity and suspended solids in wastewater and service water at influent and discharge, and monitoring stormwater sediment run-off.


Phathom sensors can be deployed in municipal settings like stormwater and wastewater treatment plants, and dams. Applications include monitoring turbidity and suspended solids at influent and discharge in treatment plants, and filtration monitoring and control to prevent water with high TSS content entering systems like turbines.

Environmental monitoring

Phathom sensors can help monitor environmental health in a variety of scenarios to assess water quality and impacts on aquatic life. Applications include suspended solids and turbidity monitoring in streams, rivers, and lakes, including in remote locations utilising Phathom's telemetry, and low-power and solar options.