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Galaxy VM Uninterruptible Power Supply

Galaxy VM Uninterruptible Power Supply

The Galaxy™ VM is a key component of the fully integrated and comprehensive Schneider Electric™ energy management solution for data centers and industrial applications. Deploying the latest in technology, it lowers energy costs through high efficiency and an ECOnversion mode. State-of-the-art electrical performance options, such as wide input voltage range, high overload and short-circuit capacities, and integrated back-feed protection allow the Galaxy VM to seamlessly integrate into your electrical network to provide excellent power quality. Highly compact, the Galaxy VM also integrates well with facility monitoring systems and smart grid requirements, offering energy storage flexibility that tailors the solution to your specific needs. It features top and bottom cable entry, full front service access, back-to-the-wall installation, and includes start-up services, making the Galaxy VM one of the easiest UPS units in its class to deploy, install, and maintain.

Automatic pH Balancing Systems

Automatic pH Balancing Systems

ClearBlu builds package pH balancing systems for high strength wastewater that are robust and low maintenance.  High strength strength wastewater can easily blind pH sensors, even when they are insertion mounted in a pipe.  ClearBlu utilizes digital self-cleaning immersion sensors for reliability, longer periods between calibration and lower chemical usage.

KLa Systems Complete Systems

KLa Systems Complete Systems

A typical system consists of the Slot Injector™ aerators, jet mixers or jet aerators complete with in-basin piping system, back-flush system, liquid recirculation pumps, and air blowers.  The pumps supplied are either end suction centrifugal, submersible, or self-priming. Low pressure air is delivered by positive displacement blowers, screw compressors, multi-stage or high speed centrifugal blowers.

NeoTech D338™

NeoTech D338™

The NeoTech D338™ is specially designed to disinfect water and is an essential component in advanced oxidation processes.

Aluminum Modular Shields

Aluminum Modular Shields

The modular system allows for tremendous flexibility in possible configurations. Common applications include: Manhole installations, wet wells, tie-ins, and repairs.

SALINO® Pressure Center

SALINO® Pressure Center

In small to medium-sized desalination systems the SALINO® Pressure Center proves that greatness has nothing to do with size. The 4-in-1 technology combines all relevant components needed for pressure boosting and energy recovery in one RO system.

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    The answer to the question “How bad could it be?” is within your grasp, compliments of the U.S. EPA.

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    Credit where it’s due: I didn’t develop the information I’m sharing — but it’s too good to merely retweet or “like.” My enthusiasm stems from one of the world's most famous, influential, and capable people bringing widespread attention to typically underappreciated water issues.

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    Installing or upgrading to an advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) solution may only happen once-in-a-lifetime at a water utility. So it is important to take the time to understand the specific circumstances and outcomes that you wish to hit before making your purchasing decision.

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    With a population of 677, the small town of Harleyville, SC, located 60 miles northwest of Charleston, was looking to upgrade its aging lift stations to increase efficiencies, lower utility costs and reduce overall pump maintenance for its municipal wastewater facility.

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Subcommittee Hearing: Cyanotoxins In Drinking Water

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