Water and Wastewater

Home to the largest contiguous cotton-growing region in the world and encompassing more than 115 square miles, Lubbock is the economic, education and health care hub of the South Plains of Texas.
Pump stations are an integral part of wastewater collection and treatment systems.
The residents of Orlando and nearby communities are more likely to see lightning strike than have their toilets run dry. Extensive high-tech upgrades at Orlando's three advanced wastewater treatment plants, including new automation and control systems, have helped city staff process more sewage and gray water effectively and reliably.
Effective and secure cellular communications for remote data acquisition
In the power industry, clean water is crucial for a variety of tasks, including extending the service life of turbine seals and protecting spray nozzles and heat transfer equipment. Raw water drawn from lakes, rivers and reservoirs must first be strained to create acceptable clean water for use. The power industry and other industries must continuously strain tens of thousands of gallons of water per minute to remove dirt and debris that can wreak havoc on critical process systems and equipment.
Regular care and inspections help prevent costly downtime.
Find the right flow meter for your process and plant.
When the City of Delaware, Ohio, expanded its wastewater treatment plant, it looked to increase more than just capacity. It also wanted to increase its efficiency and automation capabilities to benefit the plant's operators and taxpayers.
This municipal water system evaluated the cost of upgrading their existing SCADA software and decided it was time to consider replacements. After much research, it became clear that not only was it possible to get all the features they were missing; they could also do most of the configuration in-house.
The amount of product pumped per unit of energy used would be considered a direct measure of efficiency.
A low-pressure wastewater disposal alternative offers a cost-saving installation solution for wastewater and raw sewage disposal.
Experts within the pump industry speculate on the impact of potential government stimulus package.
A Nashville-based hunting club required the flooding of several acres of land. A shallow area approximately 1.5-ft deep needed to be flooded to help attract wild game.
As the need to increase efficiency and meet lower emissions requirements puts pressure on gas turbine operators, they look for innovative solutions that do not necessitate large capital costs or high risks to make improvements. Some of the more reliable enhancements are water injection for nitrogen oxides (NOx) reduction, online and offline water wash programs to maintain compressor efficiency and fogging for power augmentation.
The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD), a municipally owned utility, provides roughly four million residents in southeastern Michigan with an average of 710 million gallons of water per day.
The installation of an AC drive with an advanced software tool has dramatically cut call-outs for blockages at an Irish county council pumping station.
After flood damage from Hurricane Katrina a project was initiated to increase the pumping capacity at two outfall canals for additional storm drainage in New Orleans
How pump demand is increasing in one market.
The Village of Mundelein, Ill., 35 miles northwest of Chicago, had a growing water demand and needed options for managing the increasing demand.
Water shortages, failing infrastructure, broke governments, a crumbling municipal bond market and the need for high subsidies.
Research and referrals help to choose the best package for the application. pump system optimization
The peristaltic pump explained—from advancements to maintenance
There are many benefits of using liquid polymers in water-treatment applications as long as the blending equipment is able to accommodate their unique characteristics.
Replacing conveyors with pumps improves efficiency and sanitation in an Ohio wastewater treatment plant.
Clear guidelines for selecting an appropriate grit pump have long been established, and there are proven pump designs in the market.
Most VFD systems use some form of closed-loop feedback to avoid surging, excessive noise, and in extreme cases, vibration. A reliable encoder signal is one method that minimizes speed variance and helps eliminate these unwanted effects. Here's how it works.

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