Water Instrumentation White Papers & Case Studies,

  1. Los Osos Water Recycling Facility Manages High Volume Of RFIs And Submittals
    12/1/2015

    The Los Osos Water Recycling Facility is the final phase of the Los Osos Wastewater Project (LOWWP). The new 13-acre, USD 48 million facility will service the city of Los Osos’ new wastewater collection system, which includes sewer and recycled water lines, sewer laterals, pump stations, and leach fields. Prior to the new collection system and recycling facility, the entire city relied on a septic system. When completed, the new recycling facility and wastewater system will be operated and maintained by the County of San Luis Obispo, Calif.

  2. Township Water Authority Uses Ultrasonic Clamp-On Flow Meters To Avoid Surcharges For Exceeding Peak Limits
    11/27/2015

    A suburban township in the upper Midwest U.S. buys their drinking water from a major municipal water district. The municipality has many customers and has implemented contracts with each of its wholesale customers that limit the peak flows and the time of day in which they may occur. If the wholesale customer exceeds the limit, they are assessed significant surcharges.

  3. Louisiana Wastewater Treatment Facility Benefits From Siemens Product Support
    11/26/2015

    A municipal wastewater treatment facility located in Louisiana was having problems with a clamp-on ultrasonic flowmeter that was supplied by a Siemens competitor.

  4. Bury A SITRANS MAG Sensor? Sure!
    11/25/2015

    A large east coast water supplier faced a number of challenges with one of its pumping stations. It was built more than 35 years ago on a 25’ earth mound (“ant hill”) to protect it from flooding, the pumping station was becoming very expensive and inefficient to operate.

  5. An Energy System For Power Generation Relies On Quality Monitoring Instruments From Siemens
    11/23/2015

    A U.S. company develops energy technologies that are environmentally sustainable and provides their customers with the ability to use their energy sources in a more practical and cost-effective manner.

  6. Meter Technology Used For Verification
    11/13/2015

    The core of Coriolis mass flowmeters are oscillating tubes. As soon as mass is flowing through them, a Coriolis force is affecting the oscillation, creating a phase shift.

  7. Retrofit Membrane System Treats High Turbidity Water
    10/6/2015

    The City of Wilmington, Delaware is situated where the Christina River and the Brandywine Creek flow into the Delaware River.

  8. High Turbidity Water Treatment Reached With Mobile Water System
    10/6/2015

    Starting in 2010, the drinking water plant in Wellsboro, PA, began experiencing high turbidity and algae in the water which caused emergency notices for citizens to boil their water before use.

  9. The Most Misunderstood Fact Behind Dissolved Oxygen Sensors (It’s The Pressure, Not The Concentration)
    8/5/2015

    A dissolved oxygen sensor ought to be simple to understand. Whether it is membrane or optically based, it gives a signal that is proportional to the concentration of oxygen concentration in water.

  10. Lightning Fast Response Prevents Extended Down Time
    7/29/2015

    The City of Gordon Texas’s drinking water facility was struck by lightning. Thinking long term, and desiring the latest technology available, the City took this opportunity to upgrade their on-line instrumentation with a range of new continuous monitoring on-line instruments including chlorine analyzers, pH monitoring, temperature monitoring, and turbidity monitoring.