SOR has achieved the IP68 rating in up to 100 ft of continuous submersion for the 805PT electronic pressure transmitter. The transmitter will provide precision depth measurements in liquid applications such as well monitoring, groundwater and surface water measurement, as well as municipal and industrial applications. It comes with a three-year warranty.
The upgraded DM-2 dual inline TDS monitor, featuring a wide measurement range (0 to 9,990 ppm); a large, easy-to-read LCD; splash-proof design; and flexible mounting bracket, now offers improved accuracy, digital calibration, self-diagnostic messaging and shielded cables. It is ideal for a variety of commercial or light industrial water filtration systems, such as reverse osmosis and deionization. The monitor was co-designed in the U.S. and South Korea, and is backed by a one-year factory warranty.
The new model CIC-150 dual set point pump/injection controller allows users to monitor and control TDS levels within a specific range. If the level rises above or falls below the user-defined range, a light will activate, an alarm will sound and the controller can be wired to activate a device such as a pump or solenoid valve.
The new patent-pending Filter Monitor (model FM-1) is an inline combination timer and volumizer for multistage filtration or purification systems. The battery-powered FM-1 has five timers for a five-stage system, as well as a water volumizer and programmable set points and alarms for each function. It has an optional flow switch and faucet light disc and is backed by a one-year factory warranty.
Remote monitoring allows operators to manage more vending machines with fewer staff
A new technology shows promise for measuring dissolved ozone and can be used in applications such as bottling plants, water stores and food and beverage plant process water treatment.
Company develops new method of measurement for bottled water plants
A unique ammonia/phosphate analyzer designed to take readings directly in the wastewater, in other words, precisely where the nutrient concentration needs to be measured, also delivers real-time, online information about nutrient concentration in the process.
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Odor complaints have become an all too familiar subject to WWTP managers. They are not only expected to manage their plants effectively and efficiently, meeting both regulatory specs and budget requirements – they are also expected to be good neighbors and keep odor under control. This article describes the successful odor control efforts of the South Dearborn Regional Sewer District located in Lawrenceburg, Ind.