Why Peristaltic Pumps Excel In Wastewater Handling
By Sebastien Brosse No life form, whether it be human, animal or plant, can survive without water. That makes the reliable supply of clean water …
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Jul 1st, 2019
Three Wastewater Challenges Peristaltic Pumps Can Overcome
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May 15th, 2019
Case study: Simplifying filter bed level measurement
Apr 8th, 2019
Ultrasonic systems predict and control algal blooms in cooling ponds
Lisa Maria Brand
Mar 29th, 2019
Q&A: Using ground fault pulse detection to identify a failing motor
Jan 14th, 2019
Q&A: How can the industry simplify water quality monitoring?
On April 27 during our live webinar, water quality experts from Crystal IS will help explain how UVC LEDs can improve and simplify water monitoring …
Apr 20th, 2017
Operations in the oil patch
Equipment dedicated to and designed for oil and gas applications is often required in this unforgiving industry.
Apr 13th, 2017
Understanding industrial hoses for oil & gas operations
Considerations for maintaining uptime in drilling and completion processes
Mar 19th, 2017
Podcast: Energy & equipment challenges in HVAC & DOE regulations
Xylem’s market development manager explains the effect of upcoming DOE motor and pump regulations on the process industries, the new U.S. administration’s potential changes, and more.
Feb 21st, 2017
Ending solids buildup
A coal preparation plant turns to a top-discharge pump to solve floor cleanup sump problems.
Feb 4th, 2017
Simplified water quality assurance with UVC LED-based sensors
The UVC LED-based sensors – which use UV photometry to identify water contaminants in real time – collect water quality data continuously at multiple locations throughout a plant’s incoming and outgoing water network.
Feb 1st, 2017
Latest trends in HVACR: AHR Expo 2017 preview
Innovations being unveiled at AHR, Jan. 30 to Feb. 1 in Las Vegas, echo major trends driven by the growing construction market in North America and the world.
Jan 10th, 2017
Keeping pace with progress
A submersible slurry pump with an auger enables a steel plant to achieve higher production rates.
Nov 11th, 2016
Improvements in feed spacer geometry reduce operational costs
A feed spacer, or netting, acts as a layer in reverse osmosis and provides vital separation between the membrane surfaces.
Alan D. Sharpe
May 25th, 2016
Monitoring helps wastewater plant achieve clean optimization
A Canadian wastewater plant reduces maintenance frequency with a monitoring consulting service.
Apr 1st, 2016
Watts’ UV treatment explained at WQA 2016
Ryan with Watts demonstrates three models of the product in this video.
Mar 21st, 2016
Boosting pressure, saving energy
A new water boosting system procures utility savings for a Seattle office building.
Feb 1st, 2016
Ask Dan, the Wastewater Wizard: Let’s concentrate on the concentrate
Two things are important when working with concentrate: understanding its chemistry and capturing, storing and handling it separately from the general waste stream in almost all cases.
Feb 1st, 2016
7 keys to selecting the right solenoid valve for RO systems
Design engineers working for original equipment manufacturers face multiple options — and issues — when selecting these complex, highly engineered devices for their systems.
Anne Sophie Kedad Chambareau
Jan 19th, 2016