Anti-Aging for Water Networks: Addressing Water Loss With Pressure Regulating Valves

Global water losses are not just an environmental issue – an estimated 4 billion people face water scarcity at least one month per year due to factors such as droughts, floods, and climate change. Fortunately, effective pressure management has proven to be a successful strategy to address these losses. Modern pressure regulating valves such as NeoFlow by GF Piping Systems help utilities to minimize mechanical stress and improve the long-term reliability of their networks.

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Double-Play Sensor for Nutrient Nitrogen Monitoring In Wastewater Effluent and Surface Water Storage

With its versatile design that monitors nitrogen (NH4) as ammonium or as nitrate, the precision family of HYDRA-DS Analyzers from Electro-Chemical Devices (ECD) simplifies the accurate measurement of harmful nutrients in wastewater treatment effluent flows and in surface water storage systems, including ponds, lakes, reservoirs, canals and streams.

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2 AdBlue Dosing Pumps for Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction 

In today’s case study, we’re looking in detail at a project we worked on recently involving the design and manufacture of two automatic dosing pumps. 

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Improve Processes in Sewage Treatment Plants with VEGA Sensors

This province Walloon Brabant in the heart of Belgium has just under 410,000 inhabitants distributed among 27 municipalities. Wastewater disposal in this rural area is the responsibility of InBW (Intercommunale du Brabant Wallon), who is responsible for a total of 36 sewage treatment plants. This already reveals the first challenge: the large distances between the various plants. However, measurement in a sewage treatment plant involves further hurdles – such as vibration, condensation, dust, dirt and sludge, digester gases and measuring points that are difficult to access.

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Pumping High Temperature Liquids

Pumping liquids at a high temperature requires extra attention and you need to be aware of all the issues that are involved. High liquid temperature changes the characteristics of the pump, but you also need to consider other factors such as the expansion of materials and operational safety.

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Increasing Interest in ZLD Driven by Costs and Environment

In 2021 the global market for zero liquid discharge (ZLD) technology was estimated at $1 billion and is forecast to grow at almost 12% over the next ten years. The rise is being driven in particular by an increase in adoption of the technology by the food and drink and textile industries as a growing world population puts greater pressure on fresh water supplies.

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Highly Intelligent ECD OIW80 Oil in Water Analyzer Accurately Detects Petroleum Contamination in Industrial & Municipal Water Systems

Engineers responsible for safeguarding water systems against oil contamination will find the highly accurate OIW80 Oil In Water Analyzer from Electro-Chemical Devices (ECD) to be a rugged, reliable instrument that is designed for harsh industrial process environments to provide continuous online measurement of oil and to help plants meet broad, stringent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) clean water rules.

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NivuFlow 600 WS – Transmitter for Precise Drinking Water Flow Measurements

The measurement system stands out with its simple installation without the need to interrupt the process as well as with its very high measurement accuracy.

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SWT50i: Sensirion’s First Water Quality Sensor

Sensirion’s new SWT50i sensor is the first product in the family of water quality sensing. The sensor uses a UV-absorption-based measurement principle and impresses with small size, easy integrability and cost-effectiveness.

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