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Jul 22, 2021
Enabling optimum use of existing water data
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Jul 15, 2021
Inert gas welding requires the removal of oxygen from the welding zone before, during and after welding. This is known as weld purging as is crucial during the welding of stainless steel. The hand-held PurgEye 100, designed and developed by Huntingdon Fusion Techniques HFT is perfect for welding stainless steel, reading accurately from atmospheric oxygen level (20.94%),... [Read More]

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Jul 14, 2021
Yorkshire Water Knostrop is a large wastewater treatment plant servicing a growing population of 800,000 people. The decision was taken to rebuild the works with standard digestion and a combined heat and power (CHP) plant. The contract was given to build a facility to process indigenous sludge and imported dewatered sludge cake. SEEPEX had previously installed 12... [Read More]

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Jul 12, 2021
Globally, there are few resources as essential as water. As the fluid of life, water is needed and used by every single person on the planet, but with the growing impacts of climate change being felt across the worldwide water sector, action is required now to reduce demand, increase supply, and apply the principles of a circular economy to the way water is managed and... [Read More]

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Jul 5, 2021
Industrial Testing & Inspection Services (ITIS) is a Conformity Assessment Body (CAB) located in Goes in the Netherlands and has expert knowledge in providing leak and valve testing in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025. This ISO is a requirement for testing and calibration laboratories. ITIS is a recognised provider of customised services to various industries, including... [Read More]

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Jul 1, 2021
Air, ground, and water source heat pumps are one of the most effective technologies for reducing carbon, and with a potential 500% efficiency, they are a great solution for projects of all sizes. With almost 15 years’ experience in the industry, Elliott Sharpe, Vital Energi’s design director in London, leads the design and CAD departments to deliver high quality design... [Read More]

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Jun 28, 2021
Most flowmeter types, except for magnetic, can measure gas flow under certain conditions. However, gases have certain properties that make measuring them more difficult than measuring liquids. The flowmeters that are most commonly used to measure gas flow are ultrasonic, thermal, differential pressure (DP) and turbine. Coriolis meters are also used for certain applications.... [Read More]

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Jun 16, 2021
For design engineers and specifiers in the general industrial market, corrosion can be a major challenge. Even the highest quality products can fail when used incorrectly. But how do engineers select the best materials? They carefully analyse the operating environment and ask themselves three key questions. Firstly, is the material composition susceptible to cracking?... [Read More]

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Jun 11, 2021
Following a highly successful upgrade to its wastewater process, Glatfelter, the leading global supplier of engineered materials, has made further investments in mixers made by Landia. Manufacturers of quality key products for industries such as food and beverage, electrical, building and medical, Glatfelter first sought to address downtime, as well as health and safety... [Read More]

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Jun 9, 2021
When the Water Authority Vechtstromen in the Netherlands built a new wastewater pumping station, they installed the new S-tube® impeller into a SL pump, to ensure a reliable operation. Vechtstromen is a regional water authority in the East of the Netherlands. Within its water management area there are 23 midsize cities. The operations and maintenance department runs... [Read More]

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Jun 4, 2021
Unlocking the value of process data through digital transformation not only offers oil and gas operators huge benefits it is also an essential step for businesses to remain efficient and competitive in the future. However, many digital initiative projects either fail completely or do not deliver the rewards expected. Why is this and what steps can be taken to ensure... [Read More]

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May 24, 2021
The 45-kilometre (km) long shoreline of Hamilton Harbour on Canada’s Lake Ontario has been at the heart of its surrounding communities for many centuries. Once a pristine source of fresh fish and a place of leisure for the local population, industrialisation and the growth of the city of Hamilton have had a detrimental effect on the life of the harbour. By... [Read More]

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May 17, 2021
Situated approximately halfway between two of the US’s largest cities, Madisonville, with a population 4,396, might not deal with the same huge volumes of wastewater that are treated in Dallas and Houston. However, for its highly dedicated team, there is never any let up in their commitment to their city’s treatment plant. The people of Madisonville depend on them.... [Read More]

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May 14, 2021
In north-west Arkansas, Bentonville has become one of the most attractive places to live in the US. With its rapidly increasing population, it is just as well that those who run the city’s water resource recovery facility are extremely diligent, and a proven group of forward thinkers. The facility, which mainly receives domestic wastewater, saw its 2019 average daily... [Read More]

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May 11, 2021
It is vital to check your seals constantly whether the machinery is being used or not. Especially during periods of no use, this is the perfect time to check your seals for any signs of damage and wear that you may need to address. It’s important to do this as seal failures can lead to equipment problems which may be detrimental to your equipment and business. Whether... [Read More]


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