Wastewater Instrumentation Application Notes

  1. Non-Contact Radar Level Meter Improves Reactor Vessel Measurement
    7/4/2013

    A North Carolina-based specialty chemical manufacturer, a major producer of insect repellent, was looking for a better way to measure the liquid level in its glass-lined agitated reactor. The company uses a number of complex technologies to manufacture sebacates, adipates, isophthalates, catalysts, alkyds, and other natural and renewable chemistries based on castor and citrates.

  2. WWTP Utilizes Online Instrumentation And SCADA To Keep Operating Costs Low And Effluent Quality High
    2/6/2013

    Providing the best value to wastewater customers requires a team of operators that have a deep sense of ownership and are committed to continuous improvement. Such is the case for the operating staff at one wastewater treatment plant whose progressive attitude and a philosophy of “do it right” led them to an investment in online instrumentation and SCADA for compliance, monitoring, and control.

  3. Monitoring Aromatic Organics For Optimizing Coagulation
    2/1/2013

    With the increasing awareness about the negative effects of organics within the water and wastewater treatment process along with increasingly strict water quality regulations, the need for more effective organics removal is becoming more important.

  4. Process Monitoring And Control For Increased Productivity And Efficiency
    4/9/2012

    The Littleton/Englewood wastewater treatment plant, Colorado, put in place processes to effectively monitor the levels of ammonia in their wastewater treatment.

  5. How One Wastewater Treatment Plant Saved Time And Money Measuring Turbidity And TSS
    1/31/2012
    The wastewater treatment plant of a major corporation is designed for a population capacity of 6 million people and is considered a very large wastewater treatment plant.
  6. Application Note: Dairy Farms Use YSI Instruments To Map Volume Of Wastewater Lagoons
    8/4/2011
    On July 1, 2010, dairy farm waste management plans are due to the California Regional Water Quality Control Board. By YSI