Your partner for Water/Wastewater technology processes integrating complete product, service and automation solutions.
Festo is a leading supplier of automation solutions to the global water industry serving over 180 countries. With over 40 years of innovation in the United States and over 80 years globally, Festo can provide process valve assemblies, valve terminals, I/O, sensors, air preparation, tubing, fittings, and control cabinet solutions globally.
Our dedication to the advancement of automation extends beyond technology to the education of current and future automation and robotic designers with simulation tools, teaching programs and on-site services.
From a component to a complete system consisting of drives, sensors, valves, a connector system and air preparation – Festo offers products, special and complete solutions for all sectors and production operations within the water and wastewater treatment industries.
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Filtration and separation technologies are the core of water treatment processes, and in many cases, they can be critical process bottlenecks.
Small batches and multiple products in the same plant — these are the market demands to which more and more manufacturers need to adjust. The answer is based on the "Lego principle."
Right from the time of its foundation over 300 years ago, Saint Petersburg has set standards in architecture and city planning.
Anyone who owns an aquarium knows how difficult it is to maintain water quality at a consistently high level.
This white paper offers guidance on the challenges in the individual value creation phases, support tools, how to become more productive with networked tools, and tips about which functions can be used.
The short tips in this white paper are intended as a guide to selecting tools which will help users to save valuable time in the eight-phase model of the value creation process.
Best practices for OEMs to simplify and streamline their development, production, and ongoing support of high-performance filtration skids for water treatment facilities.
The global market for valves and valve terminals today is so large that it is almost impossible to maintain an overview. Often, price seems the only buying criterion. But it pays to look more closely, particularly with regard to higher productivity and process reliability.
This white paper examines the advances in mechanics and controls that are enabling the practical and economical application of lightweight robotics for manufacturing on an increasingly broad scale. It is an important development in today’s “new manufacturing.”
Filtration OEMs can use built-in device diagnostics to monitor and maintain automation component performance.
Handwheel or automated process valve? The worldwide trend is clearly moving towards automation, because it reduces energy and water consumption, especially rinsing water, and increases plant availability. Pneumatic automation of a fixed-bed filter is a good example of this.
Sustainable energy efficiency in automation requires a sophisticated concept which covers a total of four areas: intelligent dimensioning, energy-efficient products and solutions, services, and training and consulting. Each of these four areas contributes to an increase in energy efficiency – regardless of where the road begins. For optimum energy efficiency which meets the current standards or, looking forward, even surpasses them, it is recommended to use all four areas in combination.
When electrical and pneumatic subsystems are separated, all the phases of building even relatively simple systems can take a lot of time. By Nigel Dawson