Ensuring safe drinking water is a complicated and resource intensive process involving stringent state and federal requirements. Failures in the system are not only costly but can pose serious threats to public health. Pumping tests provide needed data to ensure proper flow and aquifer levels. With DriveConnect technology in place it is possible to significantly minimize expensive lift station drawdown testing.
Drive‑Chat enabled solutions can reduce costs with automated alerts and remote anywhere anytime access.
With Drive‑Chat you can:
- Monitor every pump in the system
- Efficiently control pumps
- Check well health
- Receive real-time alerts before major failures occur
- Customize alerts per specified conditions
By DriveConnect based in Brandon, FLORIDA (USA).
Sampling requirements in the water and waste water treatment industry demand safe and reliable pump control. Many sampling applications require a suction lift. There is no better suction lift than that achieven using a peristaltic oump which lift up to 30 feet. Watson-Marlow pumps are perfect for automatic or manual sampling at the different stages of the treatment process.
By Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group based in Falmouth, UNITED KINGDOM.
Whether a collection system is handling domestic, commercial, or industrial waste; grease accumulation causes problems in wet wells, lift stations and pipelines. Problems with grease include interference with wet well level controls, reduced wet well capacity, plugging of pipes and pumps, and unsafe working conditions.
By Carus Corporation based in Peru, ILLINOIS (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).
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