Posts Tagged ‘water treatment’

Accurate and Efficient Water Treatment Chlorine Analysis

Posted in Measurement Instrumentation, Water & Wastewater on Wednesday, July 25th, 2018. No comments yet
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Chlorine is an important disinfectant whether used in swimming pools or the water that flows into our homes and businesses. For water treatment facilities, water treatment monitoring is one of the most important facility operations. Meeting regulatory requirements for residual chlorine is critical for public safety as well as for facility personnel. This 3-minute YouTube […]

How Expanding an Existing Wireless Network to Over 1km Cut Project Time and Cost

Posted in Event on Tuesday, October 7th, 2014. One comment so far
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Emerson’s B.J. Peltier and Jennifer Hejl of Emerson local business partner Puffer-Sweiven team up to tell the story of a petrochemical manufacturer’s need to extend their wireless network. Their abstract describes the facility as having: …a remote water treatment plant (WTP) located an estimated 3,375 feet south of their main facility. A series of measurements […]

Early Detection of Water Quality Issues

Posted in Measurement Instrumentation, Water & Wastewater on Friday, November 15th, 2013. No comments yet
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Water supply service providers require many measurements to ensure safe, contaminant-free, and high quality water. Some important measurements include pH, Oxidation-reduction potential (ORP), conductivity, temperature, free chlorine, monochloramine, dissolved oxygen (DO), and turbidity. Emerson’s Ryo Hashimoto wrote a Water & Wastewater Asia article, Raising early alarm bells, to highlight the importance of these measurements in […]