Featured Articles

  1. How One Plant Found Great Service Through Turbidity Analyzers
    10/3/2016

    The nearly 16,000 people in Calhoun, GA, rely on two drinking water treatment facilities — one that pulls its water from a river and another that pulls from groundwater — that process about 9 MGD. The turbidity of the river’s water can fluctuate dramatically, so the operators rely on the surface water treatment plant’s turbidity analyzers to ensure that they are serving the population as they should.

  2. Improved Silo Contents Management Using 3D Solids Scanners
    5/7/2015

    Measurement of solids is a challenge for a number of reasons. The solids surface is uneven and shifts as the silo is filled or emptied.

  3. Zero Point Calibration For A Free Chlorine Sensor Video
    5/15/2013

    The FCL is a complete system for the determination of free chlorine. It includes a 499 ACL-01 chlorine sensor, a pH sensor, cables, analyzer, and a constant head flow controller. This video shows how to zero a Rosemount Chlorine 499ACL Sensor.

  4. Application Note: Ozone Measurement In Potable Water
    3/2/2010

    Ozone is a powerful oxidizing agent that can be used to destroy the organic compounds that affect the taste and odor of potable water. Environmental concerns have led to increased use of ozone because, unlike chlorine, it does not form hazardous by-products.

  5. Think You Know ORP? Get 5 pH/ORP Measurement Tips
    6/29/2017

    Water and wastewater treatment professionals are constantly looking for as much information as possible about the quality of their water. If knowledge is power, then understanding the properties of their water is key to running an effective and efficient facility.

  6. Primary Wastewater Treatment: Influent Monitoring
    11/11/2013

    The raw sewage entering a wastewater treatment plant comes from a variety of sources. In addition to effluent from domestic users, effluent from industrial users and storm water run off can be present.

  7. Essential Answers To Important pH Questions – Part 1
    6/16/2015

    pH measurement plays an important role in virtually every industrial process and an equally essential part in environmental regulatory compliance. Many of the below questions pop up every day whether in chemical processing plants, power plants, water and wastewater plants or biopharmaceutical processing.

  8. How Do I Calibrate My pH Sensor?
    11/7/2013

    In this video, learn how to properly perform a two-point calibration on a pH Sensor.

  9. Wireless pH Monitoring Of Storm Water Runoff And Final Effluent
    3/2/2010

    Wireless pH instrumentation is appropriate in several applications in the power industry. The principal benefit of a migration to wireless technology from more traditional copper cable is cost reduction. A wireless network requires none of the cable, conduit, or switching hardware which represent the largest expense in most plant networks. By Emerson

  10. Emerson Introduces The Industry’s First Wireless Pressure Gauge To Help Plants Improve Operations
    9/14/2017

    Emerson Automation Solutions has introduced the industry’s first WirelessHART® pressure gauge. The Rosemount Wireless Pressure Gauge enables remote collection of field data, keeping operators updated on changing field conditions and improving personnel safety by reducing manual operator rounds and field exposure.