Automatic Water Level Controllers: Everything You Should Know
The sole role of automatic water level controllers is to automatically maintain the reservoir or tank's water level within the range you want. These devices are comprised of a control unit with a pump or valve as per the build-up and sensors. You can find the sensors at different levels, which will help you trace the water level.
Safe Water For All: New Advancements In Monitoring Technology
As water management issues proliferate due to scarcity, contamination, and stricter regulations, monitoring solutions are rising to meet the challenge.
Tackling The Water Crisis
It's a sobering fact that global freshwater demand could outstrip supply by more than 50% by 2030. Despite this, more than 158 million cubic feet of water are still lost around the world each day through leakage. To put that in context, that's the same as losing 12,000 Olympic-size swimming pools of drinking water each day.
6 Reasons Modern Water Treatment Relies On Smart Sensors
Smart sensors for water treatment facilities are revolutionizing wastewater processing and clarification, leading to some amazing benefits. Modern water treatment has become a high-tech field as many facilities have begun adopting connected IoT sensors to monitor their equipment and water quality. Learn more about the benefits of these smart sensors and why they are an integral part of today's water treatment industry.
The Digital Imperative: How Technology Has Become Essential To Solving Water
Understanding the value of going digital, as well as the process of getting there.
The Vital Role Of The NSF Health Advisory Board In Protecting Public Health
NSF/ANSI/CAN 60 and NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 are the mainstay health effects standards that many industry experts know and trust to provide certification of drinking water treatment chemicals and contact materials. However, did you know that the drinking water acceptance criteria for chemical safety included in these standards are supported by an equally dynamic standard, NSF/ANSI/CAN 600, and an independent advisory group known as the Health Advisory Board (HAB)?
Greek Municipality Of Naousa Secures Its Water Infrastructures With ABB Automation Solutions
Discover what technologies were able to measure, monitor, and control for a city in northwest Greece, while also ensuring a safe and clean water supply.
Small Things Matter Greatly When It Comes To pH
Denver Water team spent a year studying the best pH probes to protect customers from lead.
Improper Wastewater Management Practices To Highlight The Demand For Water Testing And Analysis
An increased emphasis on mitigating the detrimental impacts of water pollution will foster new growth opportunities for the water testing and analysis market over the coming years.
Advanced Flow Meters Save Millions In Maintenance Costs And Non-Revenue Water Loss
Learn how a municipal water treatment department reduced annual maintenance costs by $265,000, while forecasting an ultimate savings of up to $3 million in yearly non-revenue water losses.