WASTEWATER INSTRUMENTATION RESOURCES

  • Reducing Water Waste And Increasing Reuse With Remote Monitoring And Control

    Now more than ever, it’s time to explore circular water management solutions to prevent loss of the world’s most valuable resource.

  • Ultrasonic And Radar Level Technologies: Bringing Clarity To The Water And Wastewater Market

    If your head spins after reading how amazing one level measurement technology is in comparison to another, understanding the key attributes of these technologies and their applicability to specific processes may help to clear the waters.

  • COVID-19 And Wastewater Utilities

    Today, the world is facing unprecedented circumstances that are affecting every single sector and the water service is no exception. Although there is still more research to be done, this article has collected the currently available information to highlight how wastewater utilities have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. More specifically, this article will attempt to look at the outbreak’s impact on utilities, the potential hazards, and the predominant solution.

  • How Can The Water Industry Benefit From IoT Technology?

    The technology of the Internet of Things (IoT) has been a pioneer in developing solutions that are rich in monitoring, analytical, and automation features. These innovative features allow the industry to optimize operational methodologies, boost overall equipment effectiveness, and automate processes that are generally performed manually.

  • Applying Data-as-a-Service To The Wastewater Sector

    A major concern with real-time monitoring networks is the accuracy and reliability of data. In 2017, the Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) surveyed 23 global water utilities about their Big Data management practices as part of a Water Research Foundation (WRF) study, including their barriers to adoption.

  • Modernizing Monitoring And Manual Data Entry For Water And Wastewater

    Advancements in security and technology help bring confidence — and a multitude of benefits — to remote, cloud-based utility monitoring.

  • The Future Of Collection Systems

    As real-time monitoring continues to infiltrate the water industry, it’s time to apply such instrumentation to detect the other type of infiltration — along with inflow, snow and ice melt, etc.

  • Improve Your Plant Efficiency With Accurate Water And Wastewater Monitoring

    A West Coast wastewater management facility provides design, management, and maintenance of the sanitary sewer system for an entire county, including the conveyance system and treatment system. The wastewater treatment plant has been established for over 50 years and has the capacity to treat 41 million gallons of sanitary sewage per day (mgd).value chain. Siemens suggested that the customer try the Siemens HydroRanger 200 controller. The HydroRanger 200 uses proven, continuous, ultrasonic echo ranging technology to monitor water and wastewater of any consistency up to 15 m (50 ft) in depth.

  • The Drive Towards Digital Transformation

    It seems that everywhere that you go in the water industry at the current time, somebody is talking about digital transformation…or if we go back five minutes, it was Water 4.0…and 10 minutes ago (it seems), it was “smart water.” These are all very well used buzzwords that the industry is destined to think about for a short-term and then promptly forget about. In reality, though, we as an industry have been hit by a number of different concepts for a number of different technological aspects for a good number of years now. For almost as long we have had a term for all of this — “widgets.”

  • Remote Monitoring Provides Water Resilience During Crisis

    Managing three drinking water treatment facilities, multiple pump stations, more than 350 miles of pipelines, and a wastewater treatment facility is challenging even in normal conditions for a small city where agriculture is an economic driver and water demand can exceed 22 MGD.

WASTEWATER INSTRUMENTATION SOLUTIONS

  • Remote Monitoring And Maintenance Through Digitalization

    Siemens offers to our customers the ability to make both process measurements, and to remotely monitor the activity and health of instrumentation, whether you have a SCADA, PLC or DCS system, or not. By utilizing Siemens’ ability to offer unparalleled flow, level, pressure, temperature, and weight measurement we can provide a broad range of process measurements and offer unequaled monitoring of the health and performance of those products.

  • LLT100 Laser Level Measurement In Water And Wastewater

    In the water and wastewater market segment, the LLT100 laser level transmitter provides an efficient way to measure levels of liquids.

  • Digital Paddlewheel Flowmeters

    BW DIGI-METER® Digital Paddlewheel flowmeters are easy to install and operate, resulting in a very low overall cost of ownership. For accuracy, features and ease of use – choose BW DIGI-METER®.

  • Acrylic Variable Area Flowmeters

    Blue-White’s Acrylic Variable Area flowmeters are individually annealed for added strength. They’re available in several styles for inline, panel mount and closed pipe installations, with a broad range of flow rates.

  • Poysulfone Variable Area Flowmeters

    Blue-White’s Polysulfone Flowmeters have durable meter bodies which offer excellent heat and chemical resistance. Units for use in UltraPure environments are available.

WASTEWATER INSTRUMENTATION VIDEOS

Rob Gledhill, President and CEO of Blue-White, speaks about the company’s various offerings from chemical metering pumps (diaphragm, peristaltic), to flowmeters (variable-area, paddlewheel, ultrasonic), and water treatment accessories.