Water Industry Features

  1. How X-Ray Inspection Technology Can Save Your Brand And Reputation
    5/23/2017

    F&B industry competition is fierce and the quality associated with a brand is critical to a company’s success. This article details how X-ray inspection helps food companies preserve their brand integrity.

  2. 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.

  3. Manipulating Dissolved Gasses With SEPAREL®: Beverages
    2/28/2018

    In the beverage industry, there are many opportunities for degassing with a SEPAREL® hollow fiber membrane due to the fact that water treatment is not as elaborate as other industries. The main focuses of water treatment in the beverage industry are the removal of harmful bacteria and dissolved chemicals for health reasons as well as the conservation of water’s natural flavor by eliminating dissolved ions, particles, and chlorine.

  4. Thinking Of Donating? Consider These Charitable Organizations
    3/15/2017

    Those who are philanthropically-minded need look no further for a cause than that of water. After all, this is a fundamental aspect of human existence and one that is shockingly scarce in some parts of the world.

  5. Actuating Chlorine And Sulfur Dioxide Safety
    7/7/2017

    Drinking water and wastewater treatment operators are in a hazardous line of work. Beyond the large, complicated machinery they rely on, the use of chlorine and sulfur dioxide is a regular part of operations, two chemicals that can prove dangerous if not handled properly.

  6. Safety And Performance — The Keys To Water Management
    4/27/2017

    The key aspects to any process measurement and control of water is the quality and safety of the end product, in this case drinking water.  There are three important factors that contribute to the quality of the product.  Those factors are the performance of the measurement and control instrumentation, the long term reliability of the measurement and the inherent safety to the consumer.

  7. Discover Hidden Profits In Your Rejected Bulk Flow Product
    5/26/2017

    Every time metal detectors reject a contaminant, good product is also eliminated. The right equipment can significantly minimize the amount of rejected product, reducing the cost of keeping food safe.

  8. How To Weigh Your Options For Arsenic Removal
    8/23/2017

    Arsenic is among the most well-known, and most feared, drinking water contaminants. Finding its way into water supplies through natural and man-made avenues, the carcinogen poses particular obstacles to those operations responsible for treating it. To get a grasp on those obstacles and the technologies that can best overcome them, Water Online spoke with De Nora Water Technologies.

  9. FLIR Optical Gas Imaging Cameras Help To Spot Gas Leaks From The Air
    6/7/2017

    The Al Hosn Shah Gas Processing Plant in Abu Dhabi is a natural gas processing plant that purifies gases by removing certain contaminants in a sweetening process. The gas pipelines and other infrastructures that process sour gases need to be continuously monitored for leaks as the contaminant gases are often dangerous for human exposure. This case study explores the innovative combination of UAV and FLIR optical gas imaging technologies as an efficient way of monitoring vast gas fields from the air.

  10. Weighing Carbon For Industrial Wastewater Treatment
    3/6/2017

    Industrial wastewater operations have to tangle with myriad regulations and countless contaminants every day, making their work some of the most complicated that the treatment sector has to offer. Wrapping one’s head around these challenges can be difficult, but finding the solutions for them can be near impossible. Luckily, there’s an age-old technology that continues to offer industrial wastewater treatment operators salvation.