Interactive water industry solutions

Process animations feature alongside written descriptions, application challenges, user benefits and click-through access to detailed product information

Reactive pump control saves on energy and maintenance costs

Maintenance costs are cut as with the variable-speed drives, gearbox failures have been eliminated, each of which meant four hours of staff time to manually drain the sludge tanks

Automating wastewater treatment to meet regulatory standards

Automation is becoming ever more important when it comes to wastewater treatment, especially in terms of control and monitoring, increasing capacity, improving effluent quality, and meeting environmental compliance standards

Communication processor for telecontrol applications

Suitable for transferring measured values from remote outdoor areas to central control centre; automatic emails available to alert maintenance staff to potential issues

Taking steam systems to the next level

As the drive for reduced waste levels and cleaner energy continues to strengthen, steam is beginning to fulfil its potential in a number of innovative industrial applications. Chris Gaunt discusses the heritage of steam heating and details its exciting future in anaerobic digestion plants

Wastewater monitor detects accumulation of debris

Monitor provides continuous, long term, accurate monitoring of dissolved oxygen, conductivity, pH, ORP, ammonium, turbidity and temperature

Non-contacting control for pollution alleviation scheme

Provide control and monitoring functions throughout the network of CSO/SSO chambers, vortex and interceptor sewers

Fully automated SCADA system for water and wastewater treatment

Northern Rockies Regional Municipality upgrades its SCADA for all water and wastewater treatment operations

New data for on-line zeta potential measurement in water treatment

Zeta potential is being used both on- and off-line to monitor and control the flocculation processes used to remove organic matter from raw water.

Wind turbines help power water treatment

Three small-scale wind turbines have been installed at Scottish Water's Stronsay water treatment works to help reduce energy costs

Automatic effluent sampling

Wastewater sampler system helps monitor effective effluent treatment through dissolved air flotation plant

Inverter enhances pump and water applications

Frequency inverters are used to regulate high-pressure pumps in waste water treatment and purification plants. Amaechi Oduah reports

Non-invasive flow measurement

Flow Pulse suitable for monitoring flow rate in fluid distribution systems, for pump efficiency checks, in process plant or sewage pumping stations

Italian city upgrades wastewater treatment plant

Tourist region facing negative environmental consequences prior to upgrade

Disc diffusers provide a uniform distribution of air bubbles

Continuous aeration key to provide oxygen to feed aerobic bacteria ensure that it is homogeneous for oxygenation



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