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May 14, 2021
Forward thinking processes put into place
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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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May 10, 2021
Pumps play an essential role behind the scenes of our everyday lives, keeping water for municipalities and crop irrigation moving, enabling power generation, supporting oil and gas and manufacturing processes. Societies will never know how much they depend on these vital assets and how many pumps have influenced our lives. Something that facilities do not consider is... [Read More]

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May 5, 2021
Technology from wastewater treatment specialist WPL has been selected by Scottish Water to deliver enhanced ammonia removal at a village treatment works. Tightening environmental consents and an increasing population has led the public utility to upgrade Ferniegair wastewater treatment works in South Lanarkshire. The site has a tight footprint and is in close proximity... [Read More]

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Apr 26, 2021
Construction managers and engineers are increasingly under pressure to increase efficiencies across their sites and they can make huge gains by using the right equipment for the job. One such piece of equipment is the submersible dewatering pump, which is vital in construction, mining and quarrying applications, enabling users to remove water, sludge, and slurry. ... [Read More]

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Apr 23, 2021
Pressure on industrial sites to meet strict trade effluent standards is mounting, but with many companies lacking inhouse treatment expertise, on site trials are becoming an increasingly appealing option. This is the view of Adam Parmenter, business executive at wastewater specialist WPL. He said that increasing environmental scrutiny on water companies from government,... [Read More]

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Apr 21, 2021
As the manager and operator of the CHEMPARK in Krefeld, Germany, CURRENTA offers services that effectively facilitate the day-to-day operations of resident companies and enables them to fully focus on their core business. One of its elementary tasks is to supply energy. The company supplies the production plants with all the necessary forms of energy in the required... [Read More]

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Apr 20, 2021
Water company telemetry systems generate thousands of alarms each day, with the risk of control rooms becoming overwhelmed and missing critical alerts ever present. Applied correctly, data and analytics can filter out the noise, said Matthew Hawkridge, chief technology officer, Ovarro. With the expectation on water companies to become more proactive in their network... [Read More]

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Apr 19, 2021
Last year, the European Commission (EC) announced its commitment to delivering on its energy efficiency and carbon reduction objectives through its new Green Deal proposition. This Europe-wide undertaking is, of course, excellent news and sets out a roadmap for the suggested improvements. It also presents an ideal time to recall the pump industry’s early and continued... [Read More]

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Apr 15, 2021
When it comes to the petrochemical and chemical industries, it is critical to have a precise awareness of current operating temperatures to ensure a stable, efficient, and ultimately safe operation. Traditionally, temperature measurement is a process that relies on human operators to manually record the temperature of operational equipment and then to adjust accordingly.... [Read More]

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Apr 13, 2021
With leak reduction and innovation prominent in the UK water sector’s net zero carbon vision, strong partnerships between utilities and the supply chain can yield transformative results, writes Josh Britton, global product line manager at technology company Ovarro. News that UK water companies have joined the international Race to Zero campaign is yet another exciting... [Read More]

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Apr 12, 2021
Oil and gas is one of the most hazardous sectors of industry. The combination of potentially flammable gases and liquids with complex processes, often at high pressures and temperatures, can lead to serious accidents. Valve actuators, which link the process to the control system, are key to safe and reliable operation in both oil and gas production and downstream processing.... [Read More]

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Apr 9, 2021
With competition for water resources occurring in many regions of the world, how businesses meet their own needs and those of the communities in which they operate will be increasingly vital for their long-term survival and growth, says Erik Driessen, head of the Northern European office of technology innovation consultancy Isle. Companies worldwide recognise water is... [Read More]

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Apr 9, 2021
Imtex Controls specialises in the production and supply of advanced, high integrity valve actuation, communication and control systems for the energy, marine and process industries, supplying engineering, procurement and construction firms, end-users, and valve companies. The company utilises many years of field application experience within the area of process valve... [Read More]

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Mar 29, 2021
Unitywater provides water and sewerage services across south-east Queensland, Australia. It owns and operates 17 sewerage treatment plants within the Moreton Bay, Sunshine Coast and Noosa regions, supporting more than 820,000 people in the state of Queensland. It provides its customers with a highquality, safe and reliable water and sewerage service that is economically... [Read More]


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