ApplicationA coffee producer fi nishes coffee beans. During the handling process the beans are cleaned with water inside a tank.After cleaning, the beans are dried in another tank with heat. The moist air that results from this process is extracted by a vacuum, fi ltered and returned to the heat exchanger.The cleaning of the exhaust air is done by fi lter hoses. Thereby air is pressed through fabric hoses to fi lter existing dust particles. On the clean gas side of this fi lter the dust content should be monitored...
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Qdos peristaltic pump is delivering a significant reduction in maintenance time - from 1.5 hours to just 5 minutes - at the effluent plant in Selters (Westerwald), Germany.Phosphate elimination
“Wastewater is purified and discharged into a nearby stream – the Saynbach,” explains plant manager Achim Linder. “An important stage in the...
The City of Sheridan, Wyoming needed more control over their water storage tanks and an increase in system redundancy.
By repurposing an existing Singer® pressure reducing valve, the city leveraged gravity flow from an upstream treatment plant to fill a water storage tank. They reconfigured the valve operation with instrumentation and automation and realigned buried valves in the yard, bringing this otherwise hidden valve to life in their system. The project saved energy...
South East Water Ltd., one of Melbourne, Australia’s three water retailers, depends upon Singer Valve for a variety of pressure reducing and altitude control valves. When the valve at the Knox Reservoir water storage tank wore out and created too much noise, South East Water asked Singer to help.
To minimize pipe pressure and to avoid an overflowing tank, Warren Roberts of Siemens Ltd and Doug Stewart of South East Water selected the Singer Dual Solenoid Valve for Positioning...
The newly constructed Zhijin power plant in China’s Guizhou province gets its water from the Hongjiadu reservoir and transports it 8.1 km over mountainous terrain with an approximate elevation of 1150 meters. The water first travels up to a water treatment plant and then on to a water tank where supply can be controlled before it is gravity fed down to the plant. The high lift and long distance of this water distribution system makes it vulnerable to surges and pipe breaks.