Category Archives: Trilogy Laboratory Fluorometer

Congratulations to Jayme Smith who was awarded a Travel Stipend for her poster presentation at ASLO 2017 featuring our Trilogy Laboratory Fluorometer. ::Study Questions:: •  Will the diverted Hyperion effluent cause a phytoplankton bloom in Santa Monica Bay? •  If phytoplankton do respond, … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Alice Lie who was awarded a Travel Stipend for her poster presentation at ASLO 2017 featuring our Trilogy Laboratory Fluorometer. ::Presentation Overview:: Phagotrophic phytoflagellates are mixotrophic algae that can obtain carbon and energy through both photosynthesis and phagotrophy … Continue reading

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Turner Designs has over 40 years of experience engineering optical instruments.  Researchers often request custom fluorescence or absorbance modules for specific applications to be used with the Trilogy.  When requesting a custom application, provide us with the following information in … Continue reading

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Turner Designs continuously updates our technical documentation with the most current information. We recently revamped the Trilogy manual to provide greater clarification on specific customer questions and comments. For those of you that have an older Trilogy you might find … Continue reading

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Turner Designs offers a new Ammonium module P/N 7200-067 for the Trilogy Laboratory Fluorometer with increased sensitivity. The new module has a minimum detection limit (MDL) of 0.05 uM and a linear range of 0 – 50 uM.  >>Request a … Continue reading

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Rebekah was awarded a travel stipend for her presentation at the AGU Ocean Sciences 2014 meeting in Hawaii titled “Zooplankton grazing in the Amundsen Sea.” Rebekah used our Trilogy Laboratory for extracted chlorophyll a measurements. Congratulations to Rebekah and thanks for using … Continue reading

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Rebecca Bernard of Dauphin Island Sea Lab in Alabama is the first recipient of our Travel Stipend. Rebecca will give a presentation at the Ecological Society of America meeting this month in Portland, Oregon titled The Biogeochemistry of Oyster Restoration. … Continue reading

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Turner Designs is providing in situ and Laboratory Fluorometers specifically configured to detect Crude Oil for tracking the Gulf Oil spill.   Equipment being deployed includes the C3 Submersible Fluorometer, as specified in the USCG SMART protocol; the Cyclops-7 Submersible Crude … Continue reading

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In July, 2005 the TD-700 was replaced with the Trilogy Laboratory Fluorometer. The Trilogy is a compact, multifunctional laboratory instrument that can be used for making fluorescence, absorbance and turbidity measurements using the appropriate snap-in module. Some of the applications … Continue reading

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Optical Brighteners (OBAs) or Fluorescent Whitening Agents (FWAs) are added to products such as laundry soaps, detergents, and cleaning agents. Laundry wastewater is the largest contributor of brighteners to wastewater systems. The presence of brighteners in water systems to which … Continue reading

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