Computing Flow through Wastewater Lift Stations
Lift stations can be difficult and costly to monitor, especially when the stations are located in remote areas.Despite the challenge, collection system operators need to monitor lift stations to track...
The City of Tampa's Howard F. Curren Wastewater Treatment Plant uses vibration analysis hardware and process controller equipment to protect critical machinery against damage from mechanical failures...
Cutting-Edge Treatment
Cobb County, Ga., adds automation to improve wastewater treatment operations.Cobb is one of metropolitan Atlanta's most populated counties. Nearly one million people call it home. Millions more work,...
Innovative design, engineering and high-performance testing highlight the KSB pumping system to be installed 85 meters beneath the River Thames.
Integrated Pumping and Treatment System
A single-source system provides benefits and prevents issues associated with multi-supplier setups.Considering the climate of today's municipal pumping system market, engineers seem to be turning...
Pumps & Systems, October 2007 Growing infrastructures are creating more complex problems for municipalities than ever before, forcing them to search for a diverse range of system solutions to...
The U.S. Navy pumps brine for distillation units, transfers sewage from CHT tanks and pumps wastewater for shipyards. Conventional pumping technology, however, was requiring high levels of...
 Submersible pump industry survey provides a unique forecastSince 1997, the Submersible Wastewater Pump Association (SWPA) has conducted an annual Industry Outlook Survey as a major component of...
Pumps & Systems, October 2008The North American submersible pumps market is a mature market in an uncertain economic climate, especially in the United States. Suppliers face a number of key...
Pumps & Systems, October 2007 Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) radio was invented during World War II by the military for communicating information and strategic plans to allied forces in...
Each person in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) consumes an average of 816 cubic meters of water per year—65 percent more than the world average. However, several opportunities to increase...