Drinking Water Measurement News

  1. Battery-Powered Dura Mag Flow Meter Simplifies Flow Measurement
    7/27/2017

    Designed for ease of irrigation flow measurement, the new Dura Mag flow meter from McCrometer provides precise, reliable flow data for water management.

  2. Orange Water And Sewer Authority Selects Mueller Systems’ Advanced Meter Infrastructure Network To Further Enhance Customer Service
    7/25/2017

    As part of a customer service initiative, the Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA) in North Carolina will install 22,000 meters as part of a Mi.Net® advanced meter infrastructure (AMI) network. 

  3. KROHNE To Showcase Wide Range Of Water And Wastewater Products At WEFTEC 2017
    7/24/2017

    KROHNE, Inc. will showcase a wide range of its industry-leading water and wastewater products, including the brand new biogas version of the OPTISONIC 7300 ultrasonic flowmeter at WEFTEC 2017, Booth 916.

  4. UBC Researchers Test 3D-Printed Water Quality Sensor
    7/19/2017

    Researchers at UBC’s Okanagan campus have designed a tiny device — built using a 3D printer — that can monitor drinking water quality in real time and help protect against waterborne illness.

  5. Fuji Electric Introduces Spool Type Ultrasonic Flow Meter In Americas
    7/18/2017

    Fuji Electric Corp. of America (FEA) has announced that they have developed a new Spool Type Ultrasonic Flow Meter (FST) that utilizes wetted sensors to achieve precision accuracy, resulting in reduced energy consumption and costs.

  6. State Water Board Approves Drinking Water Standard For 1,2,3-Trichloropropane
    7/18/2017

    Recently the State Water Resources Control Board adopted a drinking water standard for the regulation of the contaminant 1,2,3-Trichloropropane in tap water. Under the regulation, public water suppliers will be required to notify their customers and take corrective action when drinking water exceeds the allowable limit.

  7. Clean Water That’s 'Just Right' With Sandia Sensor Solution
    7/11/2017

    Water utilities have a Goldilocks problem: If they don’t add enough chlorine, nasty bacteria that cause typhoid and cholera survive the purification process. Too much chlorine produces disinfection byproducts such as chloroform, which increase cancer risks. The amount of chlorine needs to be “just right” for safe drinking water.

  8. FCI Flow Switch Ensures Accurate Chemical Injection Or Additive Monitoring For Process Control And Quality
    7/10/2017

    Oil and gas processing, water/wastewater treatment and other industries that utilize chemical injection or additive monitoring in their product processing and operations will find the FLT93 Flow Switch Series from Fluid Components International (FCI) provides a highly reliable and rugged solution for verifying chemicals or additives are being injected and ensuring injection pumps and feeders continue to operate.

  9. NAWL 2017: What’s On Tap For The North American Water Loss Conference?
    7/7/2017

    The 2nd biennial North American Water Loss Conference (NAWL 2017) will be held December 3-5 in San Diego this year, marking another significant step forward in the water loss industry in North America. NAWL 2017 will be hosted by the California-Nevada Section AWWA, in partnership with the Alliance for Water Efficiency, AWWA, and the U.S. EPA.

  10. VCU Inventors’ Hand-Held Device Brings Vast Improvements To Water Testing Process
    7/5/2017

    Elevated levels of uranium in water supplies are an environmental safety and health concern, but current methods of detecting it are cumbersome, costly and time consuming.