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  • Improved Cooling Tower Maintenance: The Cool, Hard Facts
    Water & Wastewater International, November 2007 -- Proper maintenance of cooling towers can be a dangerous, expensive and tedious undertaking. Here's some information on ways to make the process easier. A cooling tower 's components are complex, often requiring unique capabilities for meeting
  • Hospital Uses LAKOS Basin Cleaning Techniques To Reduce Risk of Legionella (.pdf)
    The maintenance program faces many challenges including reduced manpower and an aging facility. Another major concern of the staff is the risk of Legionnaires Disease (LD), and the risk of slip/fall injuries associated with cleaning the cold water basin of the cooling tower. The maintenance staff
  • Hospital Discovers Cure for Chronically Dirty Cooling Towers (.pdf)
    The maintenance staff at Deaconess Hospital in Oklahoma City, OK was devoting as much as 60 man hours each year just cleaning the cold water basins of its 7-cell cooling tower. According to Ray Smith, Central Plant Manager, sometimes there would be a couple of inches of mud in the basins alone
  • Sensor Solutions for the Reliable Inspection of Wind Turbines
    Due to safety and cost reasons, wind turbines require 24/7 monitoring. Lightning, defective rotor blades or tower movements due to localized storms can have serious consequences until the wind turbine finally collapses. Precision sensor technology from Micro-Epsilon is already used during
  • Respiratory PPE for Wet Well Applications
    Wet well sites are generally thought of as sewers, pump stations and waste water holding. tanks, but also include water fountain control valve pits, septic tanks, ewage digesters, and. water tower interiors. Many wet well scenarios are defined as confined space, despite that. some are open
  • Flow Energy Management Part 3: Three Successful Flow Energy Management Case Studies
    measurement and affected product quality and steam efficiency. Installation costs increased because they needed to buy temperature and pressure sensors along with multiple pipe penetrations. Maintenance costs increased due to pressure-sensing ports plugging and orifice plates wearing out, a major issue

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