Wastewater Instrumentation White Papers & Case Studies

  1. How To Choose The Right Aeration Blower System For Your Wastewater Treatment Plant
    3/4/2013

    By comparing four types of aeration blowers designed specifically for wastewater treatment, this white paper educates engineers on how to develop a selection process best suited for their operation. The paper focuses on minimizing energy consumption and total cost of ownership of the aeration blower system. Download this white paper for a detailed comparison of real operating data on aeration blower technology. 

  2. Low WWTP Operating Costs And High Water Quality -- It's Possible
    2/13/2013

    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. By Patrick Higgins

  3. New Luminescent Technology Brings Faster, More Accurate CBOD Analysis
    2/4/2013

    Measuring DO in the CBOD procedure was once troublesome and inefficient for lab personnel and operators alike at the Southside Wastewater Treatment Plant in Tyler, Texas. But all that changed when they adopted new luminescent technology that has eliminated problems with instrument drift, slow measurements, and frequent maintenance.

  4. Using Virtual Reference Grounding For Electromagnetic Flowmeters
    7/12/2012

    Electromagnetic flowmeters (EMFs) are the leading choice for recording the volume flow of electrically conductive liquids in a wide range of industries, including chemical, pharmaceutical, water/wastewater and food. By Ralf Haut, KROHNE, Inc.

  5. Case Study: FMU90 Transmitter And FDU92 Sensor Provides Filter Control In Wastewater
    8/10/2011
    The Prosonic S FMU90 and FDU92 ultrasonic system measures the difference in water level between two sides of a filtration system. By Endress+Hauser, Inc.
  6. Case Study: RSG 30 In Wastewater Treatment Monitoring
    8/10/2011
    The Ecograph T RSG 30 data logger is used to monitor Turbidity, DO and pH and provide critical information to meet EPA standards. By Endress+Hauser, Inc.
  7. Measuring Tube Construction Affects The Long-Term Stability Of Magnetic Flow Meters
    4/16/2009

    Electromagnetic flowmeters, also known as mag meters, are popular and proven devices for flow measurement of electrically conductive process fluids and for volumetric filling machine applications. Of prime importance to a mag meter’s accuracy and long term performance is the condition of the metering section of the flow sensor. By Dipl.-Ing. F. Hofmann and Dipl.-Ing. B. Schumacher, KROHNE Messtechnik GmbH Co KG Duisburg, Germany

  8. Electromagnetic Flowmeter Brings Stability To Potentially Rocky Sand Pumping Application
    6/7/2007

    Most flowmeters are delivering perfectly accurate results when pumping water. But when you add rocks or sand to the mix, this can figuratively muddy the waters and create noise that leads to instability and false readings

  9. Case Study: Metering Accuracy is Critical To The Success Of Toronto’s Innovative Deep Lake Water Cooling
    6/7/2007
    The city of Toronto has capitalized on a valuable asset lying 272 feet below the surface of Lake Ontario – icy cold water that remains at a constant 39.2 degrees Fahrenheit all year round. Since August 2004, this previously-untapped resource has been supplying economical and environmentally-friendly air conditioning to large buildings in the city’s downtown