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  • Low-Pressure Blowers In Wastewater Treatment Applications
    Low-Pressure Blowers In Wastewater Treatment Applications

    Oil-free blowers are an essential element of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment facilities, where they are utilized to power a variety of applications.

  • OPTISONIC 7300 Ultrasonic Flowmeter Datasheet

    The OPTISONIC 7300 offers accurate process gas flow measurement by applying differential transit time technology.

  • OPTISONIC 6300 Ultrasonic Clamp-On Flowmeter Datasheet

    The OPTISONIC 6300 stands for continuity and long term reliability. Flow measurement can be done anywhere and start-up is immediate. The new OPTISONIC 6300 clamp-on flowmeter for liquids with its robust industrial construction and regreasing concept provides a revolutionary solution for easy handling. It can be fitted on the outside of piping to measure the flow rate of liquids.

  • OPTISONIC 6300 P Ultrasonic Clamp-On Flowmeter Datasheet

    The new OPTISONIC 6300 P flowmeter combines mobile, straightforward and quick liquid measurement with the proven precision and reliability of KROHNE ultrasonic technology. Simply attach the sensor unit to the tube and connect the compact evaluation unit - now just read the results. It is just as easy to use the device for data logging. Data is saved to a USB stick and transferred to external evaluation systems. Its ease of use and flexibility make the OPTISONIC 6300 P the ideal solution for flow measurement in a variety of applications in virtually any sector of industry.

  • OPTISONIC 3400 Ultrasonic Flowmeter Datasheet

    The OPTISONIC 3400 flowmeter is an unique, 3-beam, inline, ultrasonic flowmeter, designed especially for measuring homogeneous conductive and non-conductive liquids, with high accuracy and reproducibility, over a long period of time. KROHNE is a main supplier for ultrasonic in-line process flowmeters for liquids with the largest installed base / proven record in terms of robustness and measurement accuracy.

  • OPTIBATCH 4011 Coriolis Mass Flowmeter Datasheet

    The OPTIBATCH has been developed to compliment the OPTIMASS family of mass flowmeters, as a specialised meter for batching and filling machines.

  • OPTIMASS 1000 Coriolis Mass Flowmeter Datasheet

    The OPTIMASS 1000  is the cost effective solution for accurate measurement for a variety of applications. The OPTIMASS 1000 reliably measures massflow, density, volume, temperature, volume concentration or solid content.

  • OPTIMASS 3000 Coriolis Mass Flowmeter Datasheet

    The OPTIMASS 3000 is the cost effective solution for accurate measurement in a variety of applications, where there is a low process flow.

  • OPTIMASS 7000 Coriolis Mass Flowmeter Datasheet

    The OPTIMASS 7000 is the only sensor for mass flow with a single straight measuring tube that is available in Titanium, Stainless Steel, Hastelloy® or Tantalum.

  • OPTIMASS 3400 Coriolis Mass Flowmeter Datasheet

    The OPTIMASS 3400 is the cost effective solution for accurate measurement in a variety of applications, where there is a low process flow.

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WASTEWATER PRODUCTS

Service Deionization Service Deionization

Evoqua Service Deionization (SDI) is a safe, convenient and cost-effective supply of high-purity deionized (DI) water for a wide variety of applications, including boiler feedwater, laboratory water, ingredient water for pharmaceuticals, food and beverages, industrial processes, microelectronics manufacturing and many other applications — even spot-free rinse water for car washes.

Sanitaire Membrane Disc Fine Bubble Aeration Systems by Xylem Sanitaire Membrane Disc Fine Bubble Aeration Systems by Xylem

SANITAIRE® is the trade name recognized throughout the wastewater treatment industry for quality products and advanced technology. SANITAIRE Silver Series membrane fine bubble disc diffusers are recognized worldwide for their high oxygen transfer efficiency and durability in wastewater treatment plant aeration processes.

BIOSTYR® Biological Aerated Filter BIOSTYR® Biological Aerated Filter

BIOSTYR® is a simple and innovative process, which carries out effective biological treatment of residual water at minimum operating cost. Highly compact, BIOSTYR® combines (in a single structure), the biological reactor that degrades pollution and the phase separation that removes the matter transformed by purification.

Type 360 Underdrain Type 360 Underdrain

The Leopold brand has been delivering the most efficient and reliable filtration systems since 1922. With the new Leopold Type 360 Underdrain, we are adding a bolt down model to our underdrain family providing:

Wastewater Reuse Wastewater Reuse

As world populations require both more clean water and better ways to dispose of wastewater, the demand for water reclamation will increase.

PMSL’s PSA Series - Aerators & Mixers PMSL’s PSA Series - Aerators & Mixers
Philadelphia Mixing Solutions has specifically designed the PSA withstand heavy-duty loads
SIMATIC PDM Maintenance Station V3.0 SIMATIC PDM Maintenance Station V3.0

Efficiently service and maintain intelligent field devices
Field devices are the eyes and ears of automation. The failure of a valve positioner, temperature, flow or pressure sensor can quickly lead to serious malfunction of the process. With SIMATIC PDM Maintenance Station V3.0, Siemens offers the right solution for efficiently monitoring the condition of smart field devices, irrespective of the automation and control systems used

Fairbanks Nijhuis™ Submersible Solids Handling Pump Fairbanks Nijhuis™ Submersible Solids Handling Pump

In today’s modern sewage pumping stations you will see pumps in dry-pit arrangements, but most are comprised of wet wells with Fairbanks Nijhuis submersible solids handling pumps doing their job beneath the surface.

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VIEWS ON THE LATEST REGULATIONS

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  • DC Water’s Unconventional Approach To Utility Management

    Over the past 10 years, DC Water has become the harbinger of the modern water utility. It’s often unconventional approach to tackling age-old problems usually elicits one of two responses from other utility professionals. The first response is one of resignation — if only I had the budget that size permits, I’d be able to do similar things. And the second is one of awe — there’s no way I have the amount of gumption to convince regulators or customers that I have a better way.

  • Foresight Reduces Risk, Boosts Resilience, Identifies Opportunity
    Foresight Reduces Risk, Boosts Resilience, Identifies Opportunity

    If forewarned is forearmed, then monitoring risk, resilience assessment, and emergency planning are essential to keeping water flowing in the face of surprise developments. At ACE19, Bentley Systems’ Senior Product Manager Tom Walski shared how the company’s modeling software running as a “digital twin” for water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure systems is helping utilities improve daily operation resilience, noting “a little bit of work has a lot of payback.” 

  • Using Advanced Tools To Stem The Lost Revenue Tide
    Using Advanced Tools To Stem The Lost Revenue Tide

    From the largest metropolitan utilities to the smallest water systems, leaks are a problem everywhere. Because it’s difficult to raise consumer prices to offset the losses, non-revenue water has a direct impact on the bottom line of municipal water systems. However, utility managers now have an opportunity to reverse the problem with advanced flow meter technology that combines multiple measurements.

  • PFAS Contamination Continues To Be An Issue Of Concern

    A couple of weeks ago, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator Scott Pruitt called PFAS groundwater contamination “a national priority” and pledged action at an EPA national PFAS leadership summit.

  • Measuring pH And Its Role In Corrosion Control

    Corrosion control has always been a priority for distributing safe drinking water throughout the world’s networks of pipeline. This has become all the more critical following the outrageous lead poisoning revelations in Flint, MI — an incident caused directly by corrosion of the city’s lead-based infrastructure.

  • Simplified Testing For BPA In Source Water
    Simplified Testing For BPA In Source Water

    It’s common to see “BPA Free” labels on water bottles and other containers, a response to consumers who have grown increasingly wary of the contaminant. However, testing for BPAs that may have found their way into drinking water sources has traditionally been cumbersome and expensive, so municipalities could be exposing their customers to unsafe levels. The good news is that newer advancements are making it easier to use existing technologies to monitor for the pollutant.

  • Affordable Sewer For Small Communities
    Affordable Sewer For Small Communities

    Affordability and maintainability are two of the greatest challenges small municipalities face when constructing and managing sewer infrastructure. With these challenges in mind, it’s important for small cities to choose wisely when investing in a wastewater system that needs to last for 30-60 years.

  • Effective Utility Management Starts With Data
    Effective Utility Management Starts With Data

    Over the past decade, there has been a considerable effort in the water sector to address industry shortcomings through collaboration. And perhaps there’s been no greater initiative to try to help water utility managers in their day-to-day and future planning than the Effective Utility Management (EUM) Initiative.

  • Green Energy And Decentralized Water Treatment For The Caribbean
    Green Energy And Decentralized Water Treatment For The Caribbean

    Among water treatment industry professionals, consensus is growing that small- to medium-scale decentralized desalination and wastewater treatment plants are the way forward in a water-stressed future. But governments continue to announce new water mega-infrastructure projects at an alarming rate. Because the public policy debate appears to have simply not caught up with current technology, many companies and NGOs with a focus on small- to medium-scale water treatment or renewable energy have begun to see the Caribbean as something of a new frontier.

  • City Of Tacoma Improves Budgeting And Capital Projects
    City Of Tacoma Improves Budgeting And Capital Projects

    On the banks of Puget Sound and in the shadow of Mount Rainier exists Tacoma, Washington. The city is home to approximately 211,000 residents, making it the third largest in the state of Washington. Tacoma’s vision is one focused on stewardship and resiliency, as outlined the Environmental Services Department strategic plan: “We believe everything we do supports healthy neighborhoods and a thriving Puget Sound, leaving a better Tacoma for all.”

  • Going Bold To Shine A Spotlight On Stormwater Pollution
    Going Bold To Shine A Spotlight On Stormwater Pollution

    Too many dog owners think their pets’ waste easily breaks down in nature and is helpful to plants, so they leave it on the ground. The truth is that dog poo and other pet waste is loaded with germs such as e. coli and giardia that make people sick as well as nutrients that can fuel problematic algae blooms.

  • Wastewater Service Charges Continue To Rise

    Wastewater service charges vary considerably across EPA regions and States. That’s one of the key findings from the National Association of Clean Water Agencies’ (NACWA) Cost of Clean Water Index. If you live in Montana, Wyoming or the Dakotas (EPA Region 8), your average service charge of $261 a year is considerably less than the $884 your fellow Americans up in New England (EPA Region 1) are paying.  As you can imagine, much of the difference is to do with population size and geography.

  • Lessons From Leonardo: What Leonardo da Vinci Can Teach Us About Water

    Salvator Mundi sold for nearly half a billion dollars. Walter Isaacson’s latest biography is a breakaway hit. Management guru Michael Gelb’s book accessing the thought techniques of history’s most accomplished Renaissance Man — in every literal and figurative sense of the word — is still a bestseller. Almost 500 years after his death, Leonardo da Vinci is still a superstar.

  • West Yost Associates Empower Clearer Determination Of Risk
    West Yost Associates Empower Clearer Determination Of Risk

    Lani Good, P.E., is an Asset Management Practice Leader. During her 5 years at West Yost Associates, she has specialized in Utility Asset Management. Her organization exclusively focuses on water, wastewater, and stormwater systems to ensure longevity for typical water infrastructure assets – pipes, pumps, storage and treatment plants.

  • How Harmful Algal Blooms Can Affect Your Water Treatment Plant
    How Harmful Algal Blooms Can Affect Your Water Treatment Plant

    Headlines in 2018 were dominated by the red tide along Florida’s Gulf Coast, which persisted for months, causing human respiratory illnesses, the deaths of dozens of Florida’s beloved dolphins and manatees, and hundreds of millions of dollars in lost tourism revenue and cleanup costs. Here are insights on how to forestall becoming the next city to make national headlines related to harmful algal blooms.

  • What Happens To The Chesapeake Bay Now?

    One of the great turnaround stories in the history of our nation’s water bodies is that of the Chesapeake Bay. Since 1976 when the Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) first undertook a comprehensive study of the Bay, efforts to address excessive nitrogen and phosphorous degradation of water quality have steadily improved the Bay’s complex ecosystem.

  • Hydrant Humor: Tales From The Field
    Hydrant Humor: Tales From The Field

    District Sales Engineer Andy Singer has spent enough time troubleshooting problems in the field that not much surprises him anymore. When it comes to dry barrel fire hydrants, though, he still gets a chuckle out of some of his more outrageous experiences. Here is his educational and entertaining take on the care and maintenance of fire hydrants, and ways to maximize a utility’s return on what potentially can be a 50+-year infrastructure investment.

  • Billions Of Gallons Of Treated Water Irrigates U.S. Lawns

    For most of the United States, we’ve reached the time of year where Americans desire to maintain a perfectly green lawn starts to be tested by the warmer and dryer summer months. From the water industry’s perspective, it’s staggering just how many billions of gallons of treated water ends up being sprayed across our hallowed front and back yards in maintaining a full and aesthetically-pleasing lawn.

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