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  • Infrared Thermography and Water Damage Assessment
    in documenting and assessing large water loss claims can be one of the most effective and efficient ways to mitigate water damage of commercial/residential buildings. The use of thermal imaging devices can save many hours of labor and help to allocate drying equipment more effectively, resulting in cost
  • Water conservation
    and flush water control arrangements on rotating equipment typically use large quantities of water. These flow rates are often uncontrolled. Studies done illustrate flush water use on packing arrangements. Reducing water use on rotating equipment can negatively impact equipment reliability. High
  • Microprocessor Control for Large Chilled Water Distribution Systems (.pdf)
    Central Chilled Water Systems are generally designed using a primary system pump, secondary zone pumps and in some instances, tertiary building pumps. These systems may operate satisfactorily. However, two exceptions limit their optimum performance: * Pumping costs are high because normally more
  • Ultrasonic Water Level Measurement in Large Ponds
  • Pressure Transducer Usage for Inlet and Outlet Water Pipe Pressure Measurement in Clean Water Systems for Water Distribution Utilities
    that experience sudden, large draws of water require replenishment. Pressure controlled Variable Frequency Drive pumps are used with pressure transducers for reliable electronic pressure measurement to determine when additional pressure and flow are required by users.
  • A Different Look at Water: Part I
    will build 221 cities with a million or more people and fifteen mega cities with populations of over 10 million. Today China has approximately 300 million people with no access to water. Even though China has 6% of the world's total water resources, its large population means that the country only has
  • Case Study: Waste Water Management
    . Case Study: Waste Water Management Older plants which previously had no network are implementing SCADA systems linked with Ethernet. The geography of a typical wastewater treatment plant is large, Plants covering hundreds of acres are not uncommon. The incoming sewage does not stop, so 24/7
  • Water Quality Monitoring and Testing Using an Environmental Logger
    Water disruptions typically occur after a large amount of water has rapidly collected in a catchment area. As a result this water is subject to continual monitoring and testing for factors including clarity, rate of movement, and water levels for environmental management. CAS DataLoggers recently

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