Real-time control of a 360km water distribution system through an advanced distributed control system.
FLIR OEM’s Tau SWIR thermal camera core delivers outstanding shortwave infrared image quality and performance for applications ranging over a variety of imaging and light level conditions, including in hyperspectral instrumentation, silicon inspection, electro-optical payloads, art restoration, and portable imaging. With a high resolution 640×512 ISC1202 InGaAs 15-micron pitch focal plane array (FPA), compact form factor, light weight (<81 grams), and less than 3.2 W power consumption (at room temperature) Tau SWIR has the SWaP that OEMs need.
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The Aclara sewer monitoring solution leverages our industry-leading RF network to provide near real-time monitoring of manholes and other key sewer locations. Whether used for early warning of overflows, informing maintenance schedules, compliance reporting, or deeper analytics (such as capacity modeling and performance reporting) the sewer monitoring solution is easy to install, reliable, low-maintenance, and integrated into your AMI environment.
Komal manufactures complete system to meet very special application for the Research lab and electronic industries. Water produced will meet the standards like CAP, ASTM, USP, NSST etc. Standard units having flowrate of 5/10/30 lit/hr. is readily available. Units are microprocessor based controlled with replaceable cartridges.
Designed and built to comply with FDA, GMP standards and to satisfy the demands of the pharmaceutical industry, Tablex 2 metal detectors for tablets and capsules provide the ultimate in mobile, fully integrated product inspection and rejection systems.
Echologics is globally recognized as a leader in non-invasive leak detection technology. Echologics’ flagship LeakFinder-ST correlator is a result of extensive research as well as the input from global leak detection experts on the user interface and design of equipment to meet the needs of end user.
The PR 6241 range of load cells is specially designed for weighing small and medium sized process vessels and for high-precision dosing. The unique design principle, in combination with the FlexLock-installation kits, makes it possible to counterbalance movements arising from mechanical or thermal expansion or contraction of the vessel or its supporting construction.
Load cell construction
S-shape design with integrated load return. Full stainless steel construction, hermetically sealed, welded, filled with inert gas.
Load cell: 1.4542 (DIN 17440) similar to S604, S622 (B.S.), 17 - 4PH
IP 68, IEC 529 (equivalent to NEMA 6). The load cell can be submerged in water to a depth of 1.5m for 10,000 hours. Robust, flexible, screened; Sheath: TPE Thermopl. Elastomere, Colour: grey (EX: blue); Diameter: 5 mm, wires 4 x 0.35 mm2; Length: 5 m
Fixed installation: ≥ 50mm; Flexible installation: ≥ 150mm
Thanks to the increased prevalence of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and other smart infrastructure solutions (SIS) as well as the evolving demands of the utility consumer, an effective consumer engagement (CE) strategy has become a critical component of a utility’s overall service offering for their customers. Without an effective CE strategy in place, utilities could fall short of their customers’ expectations, thus leading to consequences such as lower customer satisfaction, higher call center volumes, and a higher cost to serve. To respond, utilities require a reliable CE solution that can adapt to their objectives, enabling them to meet their customers’ expectations, and position the utility to better serve their customer base.
Media Fill Inspection in the pharmaceutical industry has long been based on growth media culture methods. The general approach to media fill inspection is to incubate media filled vials for 14 days and then determine potential contamination with a visual inspection of the media sample. Over the last decade a number of Rapid Microbial Methods based on various analytical techniques have been implemented. These provide quicker, more sensitive, accurate, and reproducible test results when compared with conventional, growth-based methods. Recently, it has been demonstrated that laser-based headspace provides yet another alternative approach for detecting microbial contamination in sterile pharmaceutical product.