FEATURED ARTICLESin Water & Wastewater
Eight steps in water treatment
By Marc Weaver and Taylor Wilson
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System Selection Crucial for Long Wastewater Pump Life
Pumps & Systems
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Life-cycle cost calculations for wastewater installations can produce huge savings over...
Automation Lessons Learned at Iron Bridge Water Plant
By Bill Lydon, Editor
The Iron Bridge plant was originally built in the 1980s to treat about 5 million gallons of wastewater per day. After...
Choosing Valves for New Lead-Free Water System Regulations
By Anne Sophie Kedad, Chambareau
In the U.S., regulations governing lead content of the components of potable water systems have...
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PRODUCT NEWSin Water & Wastewater
ECD releases FC80 Panel Mount Free Chlorine Analyzer
FC80 Analyzer monitors free chlorine in drinking water, rinse water, cooling water or other fresh water samples from 0.05 – 20 ppm chlorine as...
Burkert introduces Type 8905 water analyzer
Type 8905 for the continuous monitoring of treated and untreated waters combines five analytical systems in one compact, extendable platform that...
Impress Sensors announces LMK 806 ceramic level sensors
LMK 806 PVC-housed submersible ceramic level sensor is for hydrostatic level measurement of wastewater and other aggressive media.
MEDIAin Water & Wastewater
RESOURCESin Water & Wastewater
Catalog covers telemetry products that support long-distance wireless communications in large scale environments such as those found in oil and...
Training courses and workshops teach control systems designers, engineers and operators various aspects of process safety and how to meet worldwide...
On May 29, 2014, experts will discuss the challenges, problems and common mistakes involved in a process control system migration, and show how...
WHITE PAPERSin Water & Wastewater
By Roger Yue, Antaira
Having a redundant Ethernet network is important to W&WW management, because many plants are still legacy, meaning they were...
In water and effluent treatment environments, the condition of the valves is a fair reflection on the condition of the overall plant, so...
By Opto 22
Can off-the-shelf mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets be safely used in industrial automation applications? This timely...
CASE STUDIESin Water & Wastewater
Pumps & Systems
Nucor’s SCADA system maintains the amount of steel-processing water in the Crawfordsville lagoon. The analog reading at the...
Control Engineering Europe
A new water treatment works at the Dee Valley Water (DVW) Llwyn Onn site in North Wales is being controlled from inlet...
An underground pumping station was created to pump water from the Limmernboden reservoir into the Muttsee lake about 600 m higher up. This...
EVENTSin Water & Wastewater
What strategies can industrial enterprises adopt to help position them to take advantage of the latest round of technology changes while prioritizing their investments wisely? Join us at the Nineteenth Annual ARC Industry Forum to learn from your peers how an information-driven strategy can better position you to succeed and determine how you can best approach critical technology decisions.
The 2nd edition of India Automation Technology Fair (IATF) Co Organized by AIA(Automation Industry Association) and MMI India (Messe München International India Pvt Ltd will be held between 26-28 February 2015 at Mumbai. in parallel with “Technical Workshops and Innovation Exchange”
TRAININGin Water & Wastewater
The TÜV Rheinland Process Hazards & Risk Analysis Workshop trains experienced safety engineers who wish to obtain a Functional Safety PH&RA (TÜV Rheinland) certificate verifying their expertise. The workshop has been reviewed and accepted by TÜV Rheinland, and passing a final exam at the end of the four-day course will earn the certificate. Price: $3,100 CDN
The P&ID Engineering Drawing Interpretation Workshop provides a combination of classroom instruction and workshop exercises focused on critical documentation essential to the safe day-to-day operation of facilities (e.g., P&ID, PFD, Plot Plan, Electrical Area Classification, Piping Drawing, Isometric Drawing, Line List, Tie-In List and Shutdown Keys). Price: $1,495 CDN
Dates TBD. This FREE one-day training class prepares the student to apply PROFINET in his own project. Lunch is included. Technical details of the technology are provided along with practical demonstrations. The class is designed for End Users, OEMs, System Integrators and Manufacturers of automation devices. Each student will receive a certificate for 5.5 Professional Development Hours (PDH).