water resource Equipment in Pennsylvania

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MEAS - Model TruBlue™ 555 Level - Water Resources Monitoring

by Measurement Specialties, Inc.     based in Hampton, VIRGINIA (USA)

The MEAS TruBlue 555 Level is our next generation of submersible level measurement transducers designed to withstand the harshest conditions. The MEAS TruBlue 555 Level incorporates a highly media-isolated sensor with internal battery power and power-conserving microcomputer technology enabling logging of level and temperature for up to five ...

MEAS - Model TruBlue™ 575 Baro - Water Resources Monitoring Systems

by Measurement Specialties, Inc.     based in Hampton, VIRGINIA (USA)

The MEAS TruBlue 575 Baro is an absolute non-submersible pressure transducer providing local atmopsheric pressure data that can be used to compensate one or more submerged, non-vented water level transducers.

MEAS - Model TruBlue™ 585 CTD - Water Resources Monitoring

by Measurement Specialties, Inc.     based in Hampton, VIRGINIA (USA)

The MEAS TruBlue 585 CTD is our next generation of submersible level and conductivity measurement transducers designed to withstand the harshest conditions. The MEAS TruBlue 585 CTD incorporates highly accurate sensors with internal battery power and power-conserving microcomputer technology enabling logging of conductivity, level and temperature ...

Conserving Water Resources Services

by Total S.A     based in La Défense 6, FRANCE

Water is a natural resource that can sometimes be hard to access. That’s why we constantly strive to optimize our water use and improve the quality of the water we discharge.

MEAS - Model TruBlue™ 255 Level - Water Resources Monitoring

by Measurement Specialties, Inc.     based in Hampton, VIRGINIA (USA)

Measurement Specialties (NASDAQ: MEAS), an expert in sensor design and manufacturing, now offers a new TruBlue Water Level Data Logger for remote monitoring of water levels in the harshest water environments.  The battery-powered TruBlue 255 Level can collect up to a half-million time stamped pressure and temperature data points with its ...

Powerbase - Water Resources Transmitter (WRT)

by Powerbase Control Systems Inc.     based in Carleton Place, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Water Resources Transmitter (WRT): Interfaces with up to three water level sensors. Suitable for headpond, trash rack and tail race water levels at the site. Water data transmitted by Ethernet connection to local and station devices.

Metrology - Residential

by Sensus Metering Systems Inc.     based in Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Sensus provides industry leading technology with  residential water meter product lines that address critical challenges for utilities, including aging utility infrastructure and resource conservation. Sensus' new metrology products comply with and exceed requirements set by The Safe Drinking Water Act and NSF/ANSI 61 Annex F and G that will ...


Romag - Model CSO - Water Screens

by ROMAG aquacare ag     based in Duedingen, SWITZERLAND

The contamination of surface water resources by combined water from overflow systems and partly also from stromwater tanks, consists of all the solids which are present in the waste water. This involves a very wide range of dissolved, semi-dissolved, fiber and solid substances with different structures and specific weights (plastic strips, ...

Duraline - Model Hi-Vol - Large Diameter Water Delivery Hose

by Angus Fire Ltd.     based in Haddenham, UNITED KINGDOM

Manufactured to the same demanding standards as Duraline fire hose, Duraline Hi-Vol offers an efficient means of rapidly delivering critical water supplies in emergencies when water resources are limited or even non-existent.

Frac Water Reuse Technologies

by Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc.     based in Milwaukee, WISCONSIN (USA)

Over the last ten years, the US energy sector has accelerated the development of its unconventional oil and gas resources through increased use of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing practices.Water is an essential element in the fracturing process.  The volume of water required to fracture a well varies across the country, but it ...

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