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Asset optimisation for AMP6

Adoption of new technologies will be instrumental in meeting AMP 6 targets, as Jeremy Shinton explains

Water treatment: It’s the little things that trip you up

Brian Booth outlines how engineers can avoid getting tripped up by the dosage half life of their solutions

Keeping up with demand for water

Consumers generally take their water supply for granted, giving barely a thought to how it is extracted, filtered and delivered. By John Browett

Tank construction in tight spaces reduces plant downtime

Spiral-seam tank construction system requires very little space for building and so is suitable for replacing, upgrading or expanding upon existing storage and processing plant capacity

Building a chemical dam

Brian Booth highlights how identifying the specific contaminants in a body of water is vital, influencing how many ppm of chemical is required to be effective. It is often a lot more than 1ppm!

Fatberg … dead ahead!

Mario Kelly looks at what businesses can do to lessen the risk of fatbergs and reduce effluent costs in the process

Skills to pay the bills - combat the skills shortage

It's no secret that we are in the midst of an industry-wide skills shortage, despite unemployment falling to the lowest levels since 2008. The new challenge is finding employees who are skilled to meet the demands of technical jobs. Cat Whitford reports

Why understanding pH is key to water purity

Mark Bosley explains why pH is critical to effective management of process water quality

Systems integration for Industry 4.0

Nick Boughton discusses the challenges connectivity poses for industry, particularly with regard to systems integration and the water industry

Advances in filter technology for industrial water processing

In light of growing global resource shortages and the cost of processing ‘new’ fresh water, effective treatment of used water or water for non-potable use is vital to reducing overall process costs

The challenge of water scarcity

As population growth and climate change place increasing pressure on the amount of fresh water available. How, asks Steve Mines, is water scarcity impacting manufacturers and what can be done to preserve this most precious of natural resources?

MEMS micro-spectrometer

Suitable for portable measurement devices in applications such as colour monitoring, LED testing, water quality monitoring

Flow regulator valve secures investment

Oxford Flow, a developer of precision engineered products, has secured the first investment from Oxford's new £320m investment company

UV disinfection technology – the applications just keep on growing

Gunvinder Bhogal, discusses the myriad applications where ultraviolet technology is now routinely used on a daily basis worldwide

Expandable modular data acquisition

Omega’s iNET-400 Series directly connects to thermocouples, RTD, thermistor, strain gage, load cell, voltage, current, resistance and accelerometer inputs

Submersible level transmitters

Suitable for lift stations, wet wells, tanks, ponds, municipal water and wastewater, and other monitoring requirements

Submersible level transmitter for wastewater monitoring

Incorporates a 3-inch diameter clog-resistant sensing diaphragm and corrosion-resistant protective baffle plate, both of which eliminate process clogging

Getting handy with water treatment

HandiChem system eliminates the traditionally arduous task of transporting, handling and storing large, often 200L, drums of liquid chemicals

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