Endress+Hauser and its US representative partners will invest $4.5M to grow its sales and service support around the US. At a strategic time in the market, this investment will reinforce and increase Endress+Hauser’s sales channel by more than 25%.
Engineers responsible for landfill biogas recovery and green co-gen electrical energy systems will find the rugged ST80 Series Thermal Flow Meter from Fluid Components International (FCI) with its Wet Gas MASSter™ technology delivers higher installed accuracy with more reliable measurement in this moist, dirty, demanding environment.
Mueller today announced the expanded capabilities of America’s most popular fire hydrant. The Super Centurion hydrant can now serve as a communications hub and physical platform for both pressure monitoring and leak monitoring systems. Mueller’s proven pressure and leak monitoring solutions can be integrated seamlessly into existing water infrastructure and communicate via the cellular network to the cloud based Sentryx Water Intelligence Platform.
Aquatic Informatics’ cloud-based environmental data analytics platform, Aquarius, has received the ISO/IEC 27001 standard certification. This certification recognizes the highest level of security for the protection of customer information within the Aquarius Cloud platform.
A lack of application understanding and an increase in off-the-shelf selling means that too many valves are still not being correctly specified – according to a leading designer of future-proof smart advanced networks.
Endress+Hauser launches its Liquiline Mobile CML18 handheld device and Memosens CPL51E lab pH sensor. The multi-parameter handheld device enables easy and reliable monitoring of a variety of critical measured values. The CML18 and the CPL51E pH electrode can be paired together for applications in the lab or for grab sample analysis in the field.
In a recent market survey, Veolia Water Technologies’ subsidiary in the UK looked at how those managing on-site water and wastewater were coping since the COVID-19 pandemic, and how water treatment had been affected during the first lockdown period. Of the little over 100 people surveyed, 63% said they were not using any remote monitoring services within their operations.