• Water and wastewater utilities account for nearly 4% of the world's energy consumption. With emissions targets looming and pressures building around water tariffs that frequently fall short of covering costs, there's an urgent need to reduce energy usage. This means tackling inefficient processes, such as mechanical flow control and the use of oversized equipment.
  • Climate change, consumer confidence, and emerging contaminants add to the challenges of water treatment. Rising costs of improved treatment, including both equipment and chemicals, make it even more important for plants to operate efficiently.
  • By gaining insights into the diverse types of pH measuring analyzers and sensors, companies can make informed decisions to enhance their UPW management strategies and drive operational excellence.

  • Discover how the implementation of pressure sensing technology has allowed the city of Monroe, North Carolina to gain greater insight into its distribution system and why main breaks were occurring.

  • The WHO estimates that more than 1 million deaths each year are attributable to lead poisoning. In more recent years, this number has risen at an incredible pace, with some research showing that nearly 5.5 million adults die from lead-related health complications. Understanding and addressing this persistent problem will require improved monitoring, targeted remediation, and a great deal more awareness and dialogue.
  • The sole role of automatic water level controllers is to automatically maintain the reservoir or tank's water level within the range you want. These devices are comprised of a control unit with a pump or valve as per the build-up and sensors. You can find the sensors at different levels, which will help you trace the water level.
  • As water management issues proliferate due to scarcity, contamination, and stricter regulations, monitoring solutions are rising to meet the challenge.
  • It's a sobering fact that global freshwater demand could outstrip supply by more than 50% by 2030. Despite this, more than 158 million cubic feet of water are still lost around the world each day through leakage. To put that in context, that's the same as losing 12,000 Olympic-size swimming pools of drinking water each day.
  • Smart sensors for water treatment facilities are revolutionizing wastewater processing and clarification, leading to some amazing benefits. Modern water treatment has become a high-tech field as many facilities have begun adopting connected IoT sensors to monitor their equipment and water quality. Learn more about the benefits of these smart sensors and why they are an integral part of today's water treatment industry.


  • QLF Series In-Line Ultrasonic Flow Meters For Low Viscosity Low Flow Rate Applications

    The QLF Series in line ultrasonic flow meter has been specifically designed for low flow rate applications that require excellent accuracy & reliability. The compact QLF Series has no moving parts, non-wetted sensors and no obstructions in the flow stream to cause an increase in pressure drop; this results in a very rugged, reliable and accurate flow meter. High accuracy & repeatability is achieved through the unique measurement section within the flow meter where the flow is conditioned and delta T is measured along the axis of the flow meter. The small footprint, lightweight device is ideal for low viscosity liquid applications including water, water-based products, oils, and its all plastic construction makes it the meter of choice for many corrosive fluids.

  • ModMAG M2000 Electromagnetic Flow Meters

    Combining a general-purpose detector with an amplifier, the ModMAG M2000 electromagnetic flow meter features an advanced, user-friendly design that is built for field verification testing with the use of a simple, handheld device. 

  • ABB Ability™ For Water Facility Service

    Reduced operational costs and downtime through seamless distributed control system integration.

  • OPTIFLUX 6050 Electromagnetic Flowmeter

    The OPTIFLUX 6050 is an electromagnetic flowmeter (EMF) for basic hygienic applications in the food sector. It offers cost-effective flow measurement where an extremely high accuracy, extensive diagnostics or a wide range of digital communication options are not a priority. The 3A and EHEDG certified flowmeter comes with industry specific hygienic adapters. It has no crevices, gaps or blind spots and is specifically designed to stay free of contamination. This way, it complies with the most stringent hygienic demands in the food and beverage industry.

  • Pulsar™ R96 Radar

    The Pulsar™ Model R96 Non-Contact Radar transmitter for accurate, reliable level control in process applications. Virtually unaffected by the presence of vapors or air movement within a vessel’s free space, the two-wire, loop-powered, 6 GHz Radar transmitter measures a wide variety of liquid media in process conditions ranging from calm product surfaces and water-based media to turbulent surfaces and aggressive hydrocarbon media.


RIP Kitty Hach-Darrow (October 20, 1922 - June 4, 2020), co-founder of Hach Company