INDUSTRIAL RESOURCES

  • As the phrase "forever chemicals" enters the Oxford English Dictionary for the first time in 2024, and these fluorinated substances expand the list of micropollutants, it might be time for a change in the way these persistent environmental pollutants are tackled.

  • Groundwater is a renewable resource, but it can take decades or even centuries for some aquifers to recover after they are depleted. Current understanding of this challenge is based mainly on where and how frequently people record measurements of water levels in wells. In a newly published study, our team of data scientists, water specialists, and policy experts compiled the first global-scale dataset of these levels.
  • Read about the Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility, which is home to several Eclipse Pumps providing chemical dosing to municipal wastewater.

  • Stricter effluent regulatory standards and a continued focus on sustainability by industrial companies demands innovative treatment solutions. These solutions include innovative modular industrial wastewater treatment plants that assist manufacturers in meeting these treatment standards in the most environmentally friendly way.
  • In the realm of advanced filtration technologies, spiral membranes have emerged as a revolutionary solution, transforming the landscape of various industries. These innovative membranes, characterized by their unique spiral-wound configuration, offer enhanced efficiency and versatility in separation processes. This article delves into the principles, applications, and advancements that make spiral membranes a cornerstone in the world of filtration.
  • Fresh water is essential for drinking, irrigation, and healthy ecosystems. When seawater moves inland, the salt it contains can wreak havoc on farmlands, ecosystems, lives, and livelihoods.
  • As states and the federal government attempt to crack down on the proliferation of PFAS and their health consequences with a spate of new regulations, there is one significant upcoming ruling that will have tremendous impact for compliance and costs: the final rule on PFAS CERCLA designation.

  • New electronic devices, electric vehicles (EVs), or other cool technologies bring us delightful conveniences, but they also induce some headaches. Metal wastewater streams, a byproduct of the manufacturing processes of microelectronics, EVs, and a whole host of other industrial processes, are no different and pose their own challenges.

  • The pervasive and increasing incidence of water stress could perhaps be the most clear-cut consequence of climate change. As weather patterns become increasingly erratic and destructive, floods and drought are continuing to deplete water resources. We're no longer seeing predictable rainy and dry seasons to balance water tables. Couple this with growing and migrating populations that create an ever-increasing water demand, and the result is the undeniable water stress we're seeing globally.
  • Should states and Indigenous nations be able to influence energy projects they view as harmful or contrary to their laws and values? This question lies at the center of a heated debate over Enbridge Energy’s Line 5 pipeline, which carries oil and natural gas across Wisconsin and Michigan.

INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS

  • Blackline Pro

    The Blackline Pro is based on Pulsafeeder’s proven mechanical diaphragm pump technology with the addition of a variable speed drive controller. The unit comes with ten different operating modes, fully configurable, allowing you to fit the pump in any advanced pumping process where the unit needs to be controlled remotely and automatically.

  • Pulsa Series

    The Pulsa Series hydraulic diaphragm metering pumps was the foundation upon which Pulsafeeder was built. For over 70 years Pulsa Series hydraulic pumps have been synonymous with dependability, quality and precision engineering, and are still depended upon to provide years, even decades, of year round operation. Available with a variety of diaphragm styles to deliver everything from thin fluids to lime slurries, materials of construction for contact with the most hazardous chemicals and features and options to provide safe, remote and accurate dosing, count on Pulsa Series for the most demanding applications.

  • PULSAtron

    The PULSAtron product line has evolved into a philosophy of design that continues to set the standards for the entire industry. Our engineers have developed a guided check valve system with a proven ‘seat and ball’ design that ensures reliable and accurate metering year after year.

  • Chem-Tech Series XP

    The Chem-Tech Series XP with peristaltic technology delivers worry-free dosing in a modern design. Each and every component of the Series XP is designed and manufactured for optimum reliability and durability for REAL Performance. The electronic timing circuit in the adjustable ‘A’ Models provides reliable pump control, without relying on mechanical adjustment components that wear out over time. The intuitive interface and controls provide easy operation and the peristaltic design is virtually maintenance-free. Tailor-made for the water conditioning market, the Series XP offer affordable solutions in both initial cost and operation. A rugged gear train and computer-aided peristaltic design ensure long-lasting performance.

  • Eclipse

    Combining proven design principles with patented features, our Sealless gear pumps are safe, simple, and reliable. Structurally rugged with corrosion resistant materials, Eclipse rotary pumps are an ideal fit for many corrosive liquids. From acids to bases, we cover the entire pH scale.

INDUSTRIAL VIDEOS

In this video from GeoTree, learn what an FRP is and how to design with an FRP.