Wastewater Monitoring Applications

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Continuous Monitoring of Wastewater

by SORBISENSE     based in Tjele, DENMARK

The Sorbisense method allows for efficient monitoring of the sewage system and can help reduce costs of operation and environmental impact. The method is particularly well suited for tracking the source of periodic discharges, the identification of faulty pipe connections of the measuring of values in the recipient. The method also allows for measurements in dynamic sources - such as emissions from roads, roofs, parking lots and overflow

Process Analytics - Wastewater Applications

by Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc     based in Greifensee, SWITZERLAND

Control of wastewater is increasingly becoming important to avoid potential environmental and increasing legal consequences. Accurate pH, O2, conductivity and turbidity measurements are critical in modern wastewater treatment. METTLER TOLEDO offers reliable, cost-effective solutions to control industrial effluents.

Industrial solutions for ultrapure water monitoring

by Real Tech Inc.     based in Whitby, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Problem: Trace contamination in ultrapure water (UPW) can have detrimental effects on a manufacturing process in Semiconductor, Power Generation and Pharmaceutical industries. Onsite treatment is conducted to further remove trace impurities from source water.

Distributed Temperature Sensing Technology for Stream Monitoring

by Silixa Ltd     based in Elstree, UNITED KINGDOM

Temperature is an important factor in streams ecosystems. Heat tracers have been used to characterize contaminant transport, infiltration rates and energy exchange with groundwater, the atmosphere and radiation. The dynamics of these complicated water bodies is also affected by seasonal and diurnal patterns making characterization particularly challenging. Utilizing temperature measurements that capture spatial and temporal variations at stream ecosystem interfaces provides a mechanism for detailed characterization.

Disposal and Cleaning Equipment for Waste Water Industy

by HydroVision GmbH     based in Kaufbeuren, GERMANY

Drinking water is not the only area requiring flow monitoring. The disposal and cleaning of waste water also requires flow meters. Waste water used to be dumped directly into the soil or an open channel. As awareness has increased, most discharges are now treated to assure long term sustainability. Modern water treatment plants are highly complex systems that require the use of flow sensors to monitor flow velocity in open channels for waste water discharge. Likewise facilities for waste water collection and clarification plants need regular data on flow rate. The use of radar non contact flow measurement and ultrasonic doppler flow meters are particularly efficient. HydroVision can complete flow measurements in all of these areas.

Water Contamination Detection

by Chelsea Technologies Group     based in West Molesey, UNITED KINGDOM

Security of water assets is becoming an increasingly major issue that demands immediate and robust alarms for potential contamination. In addition to this, natural growth of algae is a common problem for water asset managers, the results of which can increase maintenance costs of water processing plants as well as directly effecting water taste. The CTG FastGuard fast repetition rate fluorometer analyses information on the physiological state of the algae it monitors within an in-line flow system. A number of key parameters are monitored and analysed by the on-board embedded software, which instantly initiates both an audible and visual alarm on detection of a contaminant within the water system. The FastGuard is a robust low maintenance system which avoids false positives often provided by other contamination detection systems.

Oil in Water Monitoring

by Chelsea Technologies Group     based in West Molesey, UNITED KINGDOM

Detection of hydrocarbons within both water sources and effluent intake to Waste Water Treatment Works is an increasing requirement. The UviLux Hydrocarbon fluorometer detects hydrocarbons in water at very low concentrations. This in-situ fluorometer provides a rugged sensor which can be deployed in a wide variety of configurations. The UviLux is part of the Lux range of CTG fluorometers, and can be provided with a number of options with regard to signal protocols, and has available accessories to enable in-flow monitoring as well as inclusion within portable systems for taking measurements in the field.

Wastewater monitoring for water treatment

by Atookoo inc.     based in Sherbrooke, QUEBEC (CANADA)

All of our systems are ready to use for Water and Wastewater management right out of the box. Backed by 24/7 support and over a decade of development and experience, our solution is generally 50% lower in capital expenses and up to 40% lower in life cycle cost than most offerings on the market. We offer a highly reliable system and a customized experience that will lower your control and monitoring costs.

Wireless multiple parameter monitoring

by Banner Engineering Corp.     based in Diegem, BELGIUM

Monitoring multiple sensing points including fill level, pH, conductivity, and flow—often from varied locations in a large water treatment plant—can be a challenge. With four analogue inputs, a single SureCross Node can easily centralize and transmit critical monitoring information from multiple Sensors or controllers. Banner’s unique power management capability enables a single Node equipped with a FlexPower™ optimized QT50U or T30UX ultrasonic analogue sensor (level detection) to operate for years on a single DX81 battery power supply.

Drinking water analysis for municipalities

by GE Analytical Instruments     based in Boulder, COLORADO (USA)

GE Analytical Instruments offers several Sievers TOC Analyzer models designed specifically to simplify monitoring of drinking water treatment plants. Always knowing the TOC levels throughout a water treatment plant, and improving TOC reduction, can help a plant not only control DBPs, but also implement efficient and potentially cost saving treatment processes.

Measurement solution for high NH3 monitoring from wastewater

by Protea Limited     based in Middlewich, UNITED KINGDOM

Protea was asked to supply a high level ammonia (NH3) measurement system for a waste water treatment plant. The reflux drums at the inlet to two ammonia stripping towers needed to be measured continuously. Protea designed a solution based around our Solus TDLAS analyser platform and a high level dilution system. The Solus analyser was configured for NH3 measurements in the range 0-500ppm. A dilution system incorporating special dilution probe and 19` control panel was installed before the analyser. This gave a dilution level of 600:1, enabling the NH3 analyser to measure in the range 0-30% Volume.

Water accountability portable monitoring for solving flow rate mystery

by Greyline Instruments Inc.     based in Long Sault, ONTARIO (CANADA)

The Glen Walter Sewage Collection System was built to service 1080 customers in 1989. At the time the population was 850 but by 1995 the sewage treatment plant had already reached capacity. Shawn Killoran took over the Operations Manger position in 1999 and, along with the Mayor and Council, he immediately had concerns about the excess flow.

Industrial solutions for process water control

by Real Tech Inc.     based in Whitby, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Problem: Water is fundamental for numerous manufacturing processes. Contaminated or poor quality process water can cause significant operational problems and compromise the quality of the product.

Water analysis for municipal wastewater treatment

by Metrohm AG     based in Herisau, SWITZERLAND

Voltammetric determination of many heavy metals is also possible in municipal or industrial wastewater. On account of the usually high organic load the sample is usually mineralized by means of UV digestion. 

Industrial wastewater treatment

by DEVISE ENGINEERING S.A.     based in Athens, GREECE

The wastewater quality of industrial effluents varies a lot depending on the type of industry. Even in the same industry one can observe significant differences in characteristics of the wastewater to be treated. For this reason each application needs a specific design and approach to suit the requirements of the client. Many other parameters also enter the difficult equation that process designers and engineers have to resolve so to produce the most suitable solution for treatment of industrial effluents.

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