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May 2017

May 2017

Corrosion in wastewater pumping systems poses a toxic threat.
How to separate micropollutants with an innovative membrane process
Work at various nuclear power plants and oil and gas refineries shows considerations that determine equipment for each application.
High-precision and cost-effective metering pumps ensure consistent potable water quality, eliminate weekly maintenance and protect water authority operators from noxious fumes.
Common Pumping Mistakes
Learn how to optimize your air flow system by making smart measurements.
Look out for outside diameter, surface finish and hose construction.
By providing real-time consumption information to customers, utilities can realize significant water savings.
Operators can can be notified via alerts on their smartphones before problems occur.
If intermittent problems go unnoticed or cannot be measured and investigated, small issues can become failures.
A timeline of global government action on clean drinking water access
Rotary lobe blowers replace older and less reliable equipment in wastewater treatment.
Key insights into lowering system pressure will increase efficiency.
Mechanically actuated diaphragm metering pumps can eliminate many operational concerns, including the occurrence of harmful off-gassing.
Take advantage of OEM experience to get your system right from the start.