DRINKING WATER FLOW CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT RESOURCES

  • City Of Durham, NC Improves Water Quality With 3-In-1 Hydro-Guard® Remote Pressure Monitoring, Sampling And Flushing Stations

    The City of Durham is committed to providing safe drinking water to a service population of more than 289,000.  The City’s Department of Water Management (DWM) ensures the delivery of water to approximately 99,000 service connections through 1,400 miles of watermains. Lake Michie and Little River Reservoir are the two sources that deliver raw water to the City’s two treatment plants, using a combination of gravity flow and electric and hydro-powered pumping systems. Together, these plants have the combined treatment capacity of 64 million gallons per day (MGD) with an average demand is 28 MGD.

  • Gwinnett County, GA, Improves Meter Program Through Science And Strategy

    Gwinnett County is located 30 miles northeast of Atlanta. The County is investigating methods to improve its strategic program for water meters. These improvements include updated testing equipment, a wider selection of approved metering technologies, and increased employee training. The goal is to install the most appropriate meter for each specific use, and to enhance the county’s excellent customer service.

  • Keeping Track Of Your Control Valve Information

    Water production and distribution in the City of Redlands, California, is managed by the Municipal Utilities & Engineering Department and is supplied from two water supplies, Mill Creek and the Santa Anna River. Treatment is provided at two conventional water treatment plants, Tate WTP and Hinckley WTP, each capable of producing approximately 14 MGD. Water is then fed into 7 different pressure zones due to elevation changes through a series of pump stations.

  • The Value Of Wave Integration With PRVs

    Distribution system water main breaks are a significant burden to communities and water systems not only due to disruption of water service to customers, but also due to significant economic burdens in the form of pipe replacement costs, excavation costs, and even insurance reimbursements. Read the full white paper to learn the KETOS Wave can be easily installed into existing PRVs to monitor the pressure and flow in the downstream side of the valve and proactively act in real-time as needed.

  • Utility Enhances Wireless Wastewater Monitoring With Trimble Telog Ru-35 Technology

    Trimble Telog® technology helps Plainfield Area Regional Sewerage Authority (PARSA) become proactive to emerging problems.

  • Using IoT-Based Tank Level Monitoring For Volume Measurement

    Level monitoring systems has successfully triumphed every implementation. Their deployments allow the users to measure the level of liquid stored in a container of any shape, size, orientation, or material. Powered with the advanced telemetric technology of Internet of Things, these systems measure liquid level without making any contact with the liquid and transmit the readings to a comprehensive platform suite.

  • Reducing Costs For Water Distribution System Maintenance

    Maintaining a water distribution system requires constant management. From leaking pipes to broken valves or even distribution expansion, there always seems to be something to do and you will never be short of work. But, are “old” ways of performing maintenance and repair creating unnecessary costs?

  • Ensuring Water And Wastewater Resiliency During The Pandemic

    Remote monitoring helps keep employees safe while mitigating emergencies.

  • Water Use Patterns Provide A Sense Of Normalcy

    From his perch in the control center at Denver Water, Phil Malone watches the city shift and stir, shaking off the night’s slumber.

  • Optimizing Leak Detection With Virtual DMAs

    After experiencing significant real water losses in its distribution system and having difficulty locating the root causes, this large water authority in United Arab Emirates took a proactive approach by using real-time data to identify the source of leaks, reducing non-revenue water and gaining system intelligence to improve future operations, maintenance, and capital planning.

DRINKING WATER FLOW CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT SOLUTIONS

  • ModMAG® M3000 Electromagnetic Flow Meters

    The ModMAG® M3000 electromagnetic flow meter is virtually unaffected by density, temperature, pressure and viscosity changes, making it an accurate and reliable long-term metering solution. This meter is approved for Class 1, Division 2 environments. 

  • Fox Model FT1 Gas Mass Flow Meter

    The Fox DDC-Sensor™ is a new state-of-the-art sensor technology used in the Fox Model FT1 Thermal Gas Flow Meter. The DDC-Sensor™, a Direct Digitally Controlled sensor, is unlike other thermal flow sensors available on the market. Instead of using traditional analog circuitry, the DDC-Sensor™ is interfaced directly to the FT1 microprocessor for more speed and programmability. The DDC-Sensor™ accurately responds to changes in process variables (gas flow rate, pressure, and temperature) to determine mass flow rate, totalized flow, and temperature.

     

  • Thermatel® TD1/TD2 Thermal Dispersion Flow/Level/Interface Switch

    TD1 and TD2 Thermal Dispersion flow/level/interface switches provide a new level of performance and reliability not found in previous switches. 

  • Singer™ Model 106 / 206 PGM-2PR-630-SM Pressure Management Valve With Integral Backup

    A simple valve package that saves both water and money, the Model 106 / 206 PGM-2PR-630-SM is an extension of the 2PR-630 pressure management valve with safety back-up.

  • HT3 Static And Dynamic Headspace Analyzer

    Static Headspace analysis is a time-tested and robust technique for the analysis of volatile compounds in almost any matrix. The popularity of the technique is due to Headspace analysis providing a clean, reliable result.

DRINKING WATER FLOW CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT VIDEOS

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