water regulations Equipment in Bulgaria

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Horiba - Model TPNA-500 - Automatic Total Nitrogen/Phosphorus Monitoring System

by HORIBA Europe GmbH     based in Leichlingen, GERMANY

A state-of-the-art model adopting 60 years of water measurement technology, which achieves a reduction in life cycle costs, and compliance with regulations and corporate compliance.

HORIBA - Model OPSA-150 - Organic Pollutant Monitor

by HORIBA Europe GmbH     based in Leichlingen, GERMANY

The OPSA-150 is a new organic pollutant monitor that uses HORIBA's proprietary Rotary Cell Length Modulation, a measuring technique incorporating 25 years of expertise. The unit can be used as an organic pollutant monitor at drainage systems for determining compliance with COD monitoring regulations, for monitoring quality of water measuring ...

HORIBA - Model TPNA-300 - Automatic Total Nitrogen/Phosphorus Monitoring System

by HORIBA Europe GmbH     based in Leichlingen, GERMANY

Everything from precise measurement to reduced running costs. HORIBA-leading the world in practical environmental analysis technology will give a benefit for Total Nitrogen/Phosphorus monitoring.

BIOGEST AG - Model Type SDS - Storm Water Tank Flow Control System

by BIOGEST AG     based in Taunusstein, GERMANY

To avoid hydraulic overloads of sewerage and waste water treatment facilities; CSO systems, and storm water detention tanks must be created. These systems will store excess flow during storm events and regulate the onward flow to treatment. The pass forward flow rate needs to be carefully controlled to avoid hydraulic overload of the downstream ...

BIOGEST AG - Model Type DS - Throttle Penstock

by BIOGEST AG     based in Taunusstein, GERMANY

Throttle penstocks have the task of restricting the pass forward flow during storm conditions and are used to limit the flow from storm water retention tanks, sewers, retention tanks or overflow chambers to a preset value. The max. flow rate is obtained when having the maximum water head.

BIOGEST AG - Model Type EGAR - Electrical Flow Regulator

by BIOGEST AG     based in Taunusstein, GERMANY

With an underwater blockage the water-level difference is recalculated and the desired flow rate controlled. To avoid hydraulic overload of sewerage systems and waste water treatment facilities, storm water retention systems must be created. They are required to store large quantities of combined sewage and rainwater during storm conditions and ...

BIOGEST AG - Model Type EGAR-LC - Electrical Flow Regulator

by BIOGEST AG     based in Taunusstein, GERMANY

Storm detention systems are required in order to prevent the hydraulic overloading of sewerage networks and the waste water treatment plants at the end of the line. The task of these systems is to provide a buffer for the considerable amount of rainwater produced in wet weather conditions and to regulate its onward flow in a controlled manner. Low ...

BIOGEST-AG - Model ALPHEUS™ AS - Hydraulic-mechanical Flow Regulators

by BIOGEST AG     based in Taunusstein, GERMANY

In dry weather the outlet control plate is completely opened. During storm conditions the internal float rises and activates the control mechanism. The water rises from below into the housing (diving bell), so that the float moves vertically upwards. The float is linked to the inlet control plate, so that the desired flow rate is maintained.

BIOGEST AG - Model Type SWDS - Float Operated Throttle (Penstock)

by BIOGEST AG     based in Taunusstein, GERMANY

Traditional methods of flow control were crude devices that required manual input with a change of head to readjust the flow. This is now both impractical and inefficient. Modern drainage systems demand intelligent and accurate methods of flow control that automatically re-adjust with changes in the water level. Although it is possible to carry ...

BIOGEST AG - Model ALPHEUS™ AA - Hydraulic-mechanical Flow Regulators

by BIOGEST AG     based in Taunusstein, GERMANY

Due to the presence of sewage related debris it is possible for the standard version of the ALPHEUS FLOW LIMITER to suffer from blockages. These can be overcome by operating personnel using a manual pulling device. However, several hours or even days can pass between the blockage occurring and its detection removal, as tank checks are mostly ...

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