How To Measure pH Accurately By Frederick Kohlmann, Endress+Hauser
Like the old saying goes, give a man a watch and he always knows what time it is. Give him two watches and he never knows the correct time. What do watches have to do with pH? In this article, we will tie the analogy of accurate time to pH measurement and show how to make more accurate, dependable, and believable pH measurements by using three pH sensors.
Tips On Controlling Dissolved Oxygen By Hach Company
Breakdown of organic wastes entering a wastewater treatment plant is accomplished by using a biomass or blend of beneficial microscopic organisms, bacteria, and solids. This converts the nonsettleable solids (dissolved and colloidal matter) into settleable solids, carbon dioxide, water, and energy.
Remote Monitoring Saves Money, Time For Rural Municipality By Telog Instruments, Inc.
With outdated flow-monitoring systems, the Newtown Bucks County Joint Municipal Authority (NBCJMA) faced time-consuming communication gaps between the various sites of its large, decentralized sewer system. They installed remote telemetry units (RTUs) with solar power, eliminating the need for AC power or field visits to change batteries.
Ovation Perfect Fit For Small Wastewater Treatment Plant By Emerson Process Management, Power & Water Solutions
In the early 1990s, the Borough of Ridgway purchased several separate systems to control their water treatment and five bay filtration processes. Through the years, technology obsolescence led to difficulties in obtaining support and spare parts for all the systems. At one point the existing systems completely failed, leaving Ridgway employees to manually operate the plant for several months. A new, more efficient system was desperately needed.