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Pump Company's Fishy Contract

Pump Company's Fishy ContractAs part of a project funded mainly by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, Moving Water Industries, Deerfield Beach, FL will fabricate pumps and motors for the Fish Passage Improvement Project at the Red Bluff (CA) Diversion Dam. The task: pump nearly 1 million gal./min. to divert water and improve fish passage, without affecting farmers.

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This Honey Monster Does More
JWC Environmental

This Honey Monster Does More The Honey Monster is an easy-to-install automated septage receiving system. Septage flows through the rock trap where heavy items fall out. Rags, debris, and other solids are quickly shredded by the powerful Muffin Monster® grinder. The Auger Monster® screens, washes, and compacts solids. The new tilt and swivel feature allows easy access for inspections.

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Handheld Colorimeter Calibrates Online Chlorine Analyzers
Siemens Water Technologies

Handheld Colorimeter Calibrates Online Chlorine Analyzers Our new P334 Colorimeter is a practical solution to help you comply with EPA Method 334.0. Included are: comprehensive step-by-step procedure guide, certificate of calibration, and easiest to use NIST traceable primary standards. Spend less time calibrating your chlorine analyzer and more time making sure your plant is running efficiently.

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To Wire or Not to Wire?

To Wire or Not to Wire? Wireless control and monitoring of valves and other critical systems has never been more debated. Valve Magazine proclaims a bright future for wireless technology. Proponents point to real-time data sharing, lower installation and maintenance cost, flexibility in valve placement, and other benefits. But, is there a downside to wireless? And, is there still a place for manual, standalone valves?

Parallel Pump Control Conserves Water

Parallel Pump Control Conserves WaterTo reduce the leakage of drinking water from aging European pipelines, Grundfos has engineered a control system to regulate pipeline pressure of several small pumps arranged in parallel, rather than using one big pump to maintain pressure. The pumps can be turned on and off as needed, resulting in lower pressure and less water waste.

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Coating Yields 38-day ROI

Coating Yields 38-day ROI Apply Wilo's Ceram CT coating to impeller blades, the inner contour, and inside the stage housing of water-supply pumps to improve efficiency two percent, and also protect against ochre formation. Wear resistance improves, too. ImpellerNet has published an ROI analysis that easily justifies the investment.

Multi-zone Flow Removes Nitrates

Multi-zone  Flow Removes Nitrates An ion exchange system removes nitrates from groundwater through constant four zone movement. By continuously moving groundwater, nitrate removal uses less energy. A multi-port valve is used that has a process disc with channels machined into its body. The channels separate and direct flow through the adsorption, displacement, regeneration, and regeneration rinse zones. [A short registration may be required.]

 

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Submersible Transmitter for Very Low
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Keller America, Inc.

Submersible Transmitter for Very Low Ranges The Nanolevel from Keller America is designed for use in level measurement applications where full scale ranges are less than 10 ft W.C. The Nanolevel's ceramic capacitive sensor technology is proven to provide excellent resolution and long-term stability in full scale pressure ranges as low as 4 in. of water.

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Motor Monitor and Maintenance

Motor Monitor and MaintenanceThis suitcase of condition monitoring equipment is about everything a maintenance engineer could want. It is for use on the factory floor to inspect and assess the overall condition of motors and machinery. It has tools to measure vibration, temperature from a distance, and even check for pressure and vacuum leaks.

Opinion: How to Make Motors Live Longer

Opinion: How to Make Motors Live Longer In this Reliable Plant article, experts from two of the largest motor manufacturers give their opinion on what end users can do to maximize motor life. The first bit of advice recommends that you focus on lubrication and temperature. The second opinion strongly suggests that you check to see if there's any contamination and water getting inside the enclosure. Read about where they agree and differ.

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Intelligent Irrigation

Intelligent  Irrigation To minimize water loss, a Colorado irrigation company upgraded five miles of open ditch irrigation canals with piping, flow meters, and two butterfly valves at each customer location. The company controls the first valve to deliver water to customers. The customer controls the second valve to shut-off or reduce water volume.

Water Plant Automates Water Flow

Water Plant Automates Water Flow A South African water treatment plant adopted complete process automation. Valves are controlled by multi pin circuit board terminals that use only one cable per terminal. According to SA Instrumentation & Control, the solenoid terminals are also less prone to weathering and corrosion compared to actuated mounted solenoid valves.

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Water Scale Eliminated Without Costly
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Scalewatcher North America, Inc.

Water Scale Eliminated Without Costly Chemicals Scalewatcher North America — fighting the water scale battle and winning! Scalewatcher offers residential, commercial, and industrial customers state-of-the-art descaling systems. Designed for longevity and heavy use, our descalers optimize the use of water and energy. The "green" way to keep your equipment running like new. Visit us here for more information.

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Wastewater Reclaim
WaterProfessionals

Wastewater Reclaim Wastewater reclaim is driven by energy costs (e.g., recycling hot water), water shortages, water and sewer costs, and discharge compliance. The WaterProfessionalsˊ offer custom solutions to reduce heavy metals, oils and greases, biological and chemical oxygen demand (BOD, COD), particulates, color, and other contaminants in certain waste streams.

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Helping Out the Gulf
 

Helping Out the Gulf Many professional and volunteer organizations are responding to the Gulf Coast oil spill, sending scientists, wildlife biologists, engineers, and other experts to help with the clean up. If you are interested in helping out or in coordinating others, you can contact British Petroleum's community hotline or any of a number of other organizations, from OilSpillVolunteers.com to the National Wildlife Federation.

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