Operational efficiencies make good sense for business and for resource preservation. To extend the life of wells, gain more production from them, and to safeguard expensive pumps and motors from running dry, companies are retrofitting well pumps with VFDs (Variable Frequency Drives). But even with VFDs, wells are not being optimized to produce the maximum sustainable amount of water and are still running dry resulting in damaging hard stops on pump motors.
Drive-Chat powered remote access systems optimize well and irrigation operations. With it, it’s estimated that irrigation well production can be significantly increased.
Drive‑Chat powered systems can:
- Equalize pump and motor speed to maintain safe drawdown levels
- Monitor well health
- Eliminate dry holes and the potential for well collapse
- Avoid pump damage due to emergency stops
- Extend useful service life of the well
- Receive real-time alerts before major failures occur
By DriveConnect based in Brandon, FLORIDA (USA).
We offer a complete line of solutions as follow: Desalination by reverse osmosis, brackish water reverse osmosis, multimedia filters, feed pump & feed pump skids, EDI, pre & post treatment options, membranes, softners, services & maintenance.
By Advanced Equipment and Services based in Hollywood, FLORIDA (USA).
Watertronics provides cutting-edge pump systems to the Municipal market including cities, towns, and villages along with large government buildings, high-rises and skyscrapers. We design custom pumping solutions to fit the broad spectrum of Municipal & Industrial needs, all with improved efficiencies designed to effectively reduce power and water consumption. From the small-horsepower modular booster designed to fit through a standard doorway to the high-horsepower water treatment facility with remote monitoring, Watertronics can provide the solution to most any Municipal water challenge.
By Lindsay Corporation based in Omaha, NEBRASKA (USA).
Hydroelectric dams produce electric power by harnessing the force of the water flowing through the dam. There are numerous sources for oil spillage:
- The hydroelectric turbines are lubricated by lubrication oils.
- The very large water control valves are normally hydraulic powered and are lubricated with various greases and oils.
- Vehicles including fork lifts, trucks, etc., can spill oils and fuels.
Any accidental spillage of oil or grease or intentional wash down water containing minor amounts of oils, greases, and detergents must be collected and treated before discharge to the river. These fluids along with any water leaks are collected in sumps in the dam and are regularly pumped out. In many cases, the volume of water is substantial.
By Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments, Inc. based in Fresno, CALIFORNIA (USA).
Powerful components for power plants. ProMinent solutions simplify everything: even complex power plant systems are optimally organised through a combination of our pumps and metering systems.
By ProMinent Group - ProMinent GmbH based in Heidelberg, GERMANY.
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