Water Online Radio

  1. The Evolution Of Sluice And Slide Gates
    7/1/2015

    You might not think that sluice gates would involve a lot of technology, but significant R&D has been invested in their improvement.

  2. Energy-Saving Technologies Explained: Static Mixers And Heat Exchangers
    7/1/2015

    If you’re not familiar with static mixing and heat transfer, it’s about time for a lesson.

  3. How Do You Build A Heavier Floc And Let It Sink And Settle Faster?
    7/1/2015

    That’s a question that Jim Georger, regional sales manager with Kruger, a division of Veolia, discussed with Water Online Radio recently.

  4. Technology Helps Reduce Pressure On Pipes … And Utilities
    7/1/2015

    Water distribution might sound as easy as passing water through pipes, but good municipal managers know better. With failing infrastructure rampant and an increased focus on operational efficiency, water quality, and conservation, distribution systems demand oversight and optimization. 

  5. Internet-Enabled Water Quality Analysis
    6/30/2015

    The Internet of Things (IoT) has arrived at the water authority. Online analyzers sampling water quality 24/7 are being coupled with software running on mobile computing devices such as cellphones and tablets to provide the modern utility worker with up-to-the-minute results.

  6. GF Piping Systems: One Company, Many Offerings
    6/30/2015

    George Fischer has consolidated their approach to the market to become more efficient and unified than ever.

  7. Automation Trends Revealed
    6/30/2015

    Craig Correia, process automation manager with Festo Corporation, talks about industry drivers for automated systems.

  8. What Is Intelligent Flushing?
    6/30/2015

    With water conservation being mandated in California and the public slowly waking up to the value of treated water, line flushing can seem to the uninitiated like an unnecessary waste.

  9. Smart Water For Smart Cities
    6/29/2015

    Schneider Electric looks at the challenges that municipalities are faced with, and helps cities try and be smarter in the way they meet what the people living in these cities need.

  10. Activated Carbon Stays Strong
    6/29/2015

    Sometimes the old ways are the best. Adsorption using porous carbons was described as early as 1550 B.C. on ancient Egyptian papyrus and the treatment method has remained useful for confronting today’s contamination problems.

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