How To Select A Flowmeter Technology To Minimize Annual Energy Costs By ABB Measurement Products
Selecting the right technology for a flow measurement application can be a daunting task. In the case that several technologies will work for a particular application, minimizing energy costs can help narrow the selection. This article discusses ways to assess the energy costs associated with a particular flowmeter technology to inform your decision.
Protecting Our Water: Keep Chemicals In The Tank By Bill Sholette, Level Products Business Manager, and Ricardo Chavez, Solutions Business Manager, Endress+Hauser
Leaking or overfilled tanks can cause environmental problems, contaminate drinking water, and cost a company millions of dollars. Proper instrumentation, monitoring and control can prevent these problems.
Next-Generation Mag Meter: A Tool For Leak Detection By Michelle Pawlowicz, Marketing Specialist, McCrometer
There is an unrealized opportunity to understand non-revenue water by expanding flow meter usage to include new measuring points. What some may not be aware of, is that the data provided by flow meters is an asset that utilities can use to drive down water loss.
Liquid Level/Interface Monitoring In Flocculant/Sludge Control By Steven Craig, Sr. Member Technical Staff Fluid Components International (FCI)
Precisely measuring and controlling the mixture of wastewater effluent, flocculants, and sludge is essential to efficient water treatment. The level/interface instruments that support the process liquid measurements must be capable of distinguishing between liquids with varying properties in order to detect the levels where the different liquids interface in the pond or tank.
From The Editor
Level Measurement Showdown: Ultrasonic Vs. Radar
In the level measurement world, there is a rivalry between the two most commonly used measurement instruments: ultrasonic, which uses sound-based measurement, and radar, which uses high-frequency electromagnetic waves to determine distance.
AWWA’s 133rd annual conference, ACE14, will offer the best solutions to meet the changing needs of the global water community with 18 professional tracks, 105 unique sessions, 8 Sunday workshops, and 450 leading-edge exhibitors with expanded networking opportunities on the show floor. Learn more and register online.
Increased public health standards for safe drinking water and stronger environmental regulations for responsible energy management are driving the need for process improvements across the industry. Find out where to position level, flow, and volume instrumentation products to improve efficiency and safety at your water or wastewater plant.
Transmitters for analytical sensors can be costly and deliver less than reliable measurements. SMARTSENS is the first line of sensors that don’t require transmitters. Learn how they can benefit your operations in this video.
With a wide range of available instruments for temperature, pressure, flow, level, and more, Accutech is suited to many industrial applications, including upstream oil and gas and remote plant applications in water and wastewater.