Your water treatment needs are as unique as your community. Supplying clean, safe municipal water is no easy task. It is often difficult for communities to comply with current and future regulations. Calgon Carbon offers a broad line of affordable treatment options for communities of any size and operating budget. Additionally, we provide expert service, technical support, and training at no extra cost. We even offer financing options for equipment you may need.
Dry-Pit Submersible Pumps Restore Operational Balance By Flygt -- A Xylem Brand
After anticipated growth of the New Jersey casino industry fell short, Atlantic City Sewerage Company’s Baltic Avenue Pump Station was left with grossly-oversized long-shaft sewage pumps that operated inefficiently and were prone to cavitation.
Corrosion In Wastewater Systems: More Than One Bug By Heather Ramsey, John Davis, and Gary Hall, Sauereisen, Inc.
The role of various bacteria in the destruction of concrete in wastewater systems has been recognized since 1945. Already susceptible to old age, wastewater infrastructure systems are also threatened by corrosive bacteria — but they needn't be.
Hydrant Security: Taking That First Step By Mueller Co.
Until Sept. 11, fire hydrant security had more to do with “hindrance” than “prevention.” It was the theft of hydrant parts, vandalism, and unauthorized operation of hydrants for water that utilities tried to thwart, and that hydrant locking devices were intended to address.
An Overview Of The New Hazard Communication Standard With The GHS By Sheldon Primus, MPA, COSS
The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for classification and labeling of chemicals is a logical, comprehensive, and international approach. The GHS is the brainchild of a special committee in the United Nations (UN), beginning back in 1992. At that time, compliance was expected by 2000, but the first GHS document wasn’t published until 2003.
Telog’s Ru-32 and 32m RTUs (recording telemetry units) provide real-time monitoring and alarming of pressure, flow sensors, and meters in harsh underground environments typical of water distribution systems.
SCADAPack Smart RTU from Schneider Electric combines the monitoring and communications capabilities of remote terminal units with the processing power of programmable controllers, providing superior functionality wherever remote processes require automatic supervision and autonomous control.
The P60C-5 pH and the R60C-5 ORP probes are the latest additions to the legendary Aquametrix differential probe family. It fills the gap for a 1” fixed insertion, MNPT probe, and uses the same electrodes and salt bridge as the 1” variable insertion P60C-6 probe.
When you need gravity filtration, use the Hydro-Clear pulsed-bed sand filtration system. It features a unique underdrain system, and a shallow bed of monomedia, fine-grained sand, a design which permits the filter media to be "pulsed" periodically as solids build up.