Drinking Water Analysis Videos

  1. Siemens Reveals 3 Key Factors For Water Quality
    10/18/2017

    Jack Roushey, product manager for instrumentation at Siemens, gives his take on trends in the water industry, including the three most important factors for ensuring a quality end product — safety, performance, and reliability within your process measurement and control regime. Talking to Water Online's Kevin Westerling, Roushey illuminates the impact of these important parameters with a discussion on lead in drinking water, which has recently caused contamination events, regulatory scrutiny, and a mandate for improved process control.

  2. Capital Controls® MicroChem®3 Multi-Parameter Analyzer And Controller
    5/31/2017

    From the experts in chlorine management comes a multi-parameter water analysis system offering both chlorine measurement and control in one versatile instrument. Tailor the modular MicroChem®3 to your individual application with up to three measurement parameters. Watch the video to learn more.

  3. Mazzei Degas Separators Selected For Wichita Aquifer Project
    4/25/2017

    A key component of the water supply plan for the City of Wichita, Kansas, was recharging the large aquifer that lies under the region with water from the Little Arkansas River. The river basin contains substantial farming operations which, during rain events, spike the river water with the commonly used herbicide Atrazine. Atrazine concentrations in the river frequently rose forcing the city to shutdown the bank filtration system. Advanced oxidation process (AOP) was selected to remove the herbicide. The AOP reactor’s design limited the amount of hydraulic backpressure it could tolerate. Consequently, Mazzei was challenged by the project’s design team to remove the entrained gas bubbles that remained from the prior oxidation treatment at a “not to exceed” hydrostatic backpressure of 19 feet.

  4. Engineers Design New Lead Detector For Water
    12/22/2016

    New sensor offers continuous monitoring, immediate detection of lead.

  5. Utilizing Mobile Devices To Assist In Sensor Management
    11/9/2016

    Hach’s new Mobile Sensor Management solution is an example of the instrumentation company’s mission to provide greater clarity to its customers. As Ray Ruth, Global Product Manager at Hach, explains to Bill King in this exclusive Water Online video, the software running on your mobile device-of-choice makes sense of the Big Data coming from your sensors to assist operators and lab technicians in prioritizing maintenance, analyzing samples both in the field and the lab and can even walk you through maintenance tasks.

  6. Modularity The Secret To Wastewater Analysis
    10/29/2016

    Theresa McGeady introduces the latest analytical products from YSI, a Xylem brand, including the modular IQ SensorNet, the latest sensors with slanted tip to prevent air bubbles affecting the reading, a handheld DO analyzer and an automated sampler.

  7. Liquiline CA80 Ammonium Analyzer Overview
    8/24/2016

    The Liquiline System CA80AM ammonium analyzer is designed for monitoring critical control points in water and resource reclamation facilities. The analyzer and sample preparation system defines a modern approach to process control and regulatory compliance, and will be extended as a platform across a range of measurement parameters.

  8. How It Works: JCS Industries Liquid Vacuum Feeder Video
    8/16/2016

    The Model 4100 is a patented technology that will feed numerous aqueous chemicals commonly used in municipal and industrial water treatment systems for operations that require high efficiency, control, and safety. President Brian Whitmore offers a tutorial on how it works in this video.

  9. Kupferle Foundry - #9800i-GENESIS Turbine Powered Automatic Flushing Device With Chlorine Analyzer
    5/3/2016

    The Eclipse i-Series model #9800i-GENESIS is the newest Intelligent Flushing & Monitoring Station Kupferle offers to maintain safe residual levels and remove DBPs from consumers' water. This permanently installed station incorporates a built-in chlorine analyzer to measure and record disinfectant residual levels based on a programmed sampling schedule.

  10. Real-Time Control Takes Water Quality Monitoring To The Next Level
    10/20/2015

    As utilities look to do more with less and reduce the manpower required to run the plant, real time control (RTC) allows customers to do more than simply monitor their water quality but actually control it.