Going with the flow

Rheology is the science of describing the flow and deformation of materials and provides valuable information about the flow behaviour of liquids and the deformation behaviour of solids. One useful piece of information which can...

Providing a cost effective solution to Remote Water Quality Monitoring

While many water quality applications in the water and waste water industry utilise continuous monitoring equipment, a common requirement we have seen is the ability to remotely monitor where power sources may not be...

Downhole camera puts the focus on borehole investigation in Nepal

Innovative project helps tackle contamination and shares expertise with local teams In Lahan, a fast-growing town in south-eastern Nepal, less than half of the 98,000-strong population have access to piped water. Started in 2017, a unique...

UK Flowtechnik partner with GPI to distribute revolutionary new Ultrasonic Flowmeter to the UK...

FLOMEC® QS200 Insertion Ultrasonic Flowmeter measures flow instead of sensing it UK Flowtechnik are excited to announce that they will become the leading UK distributor for the FLOMEC QS200 insertion ultrasonic flowmeter, designed and manufactured...

Process sensors from ifm electronic

The new generation of PN sensors from ifm electronic combines the tried-and-tested strengths with a considerably increased user-friendliness and robustness. After over 20 years of successful ifm pressure sensor history, the new generation of PN...

Valeport launches new Environmental range

Leading designer and manufacturer of hydrographic and oceanographic instruments, Valeport, who celebrates 50 years serving the underwater community in 2019, has launched a new Enviromental range of optical sensors. Hyperion Turbidity, the first turbidity sensor...

Revolutionary technology delivers major leak reduction

A joint Primayer - Anglian Water project has seen leakage reduction of 1.4 million litres of water per day in targeted areas. Primayer’s managing director Roger Ironmonger explains how new technology and close collaboration...

21st century solutions for 19th century networks

The demands on our existing waste water networks are many and varied. Population growth, for example, is rapidly forcing the expansion of urban areas in order to meet the demand for new housing. This...

Money down the drain: The high cost of poor flow

Measurement In Activated Sludge Treatment By Jim DeLee Fluid Components International (FCI) In wastewater treatment systems relying on the activated sludge process, diffused air is the most common method of aeration. Blowers push compressed air through a...

Smartphone parameterisation and cable protection for level probes

A new smartphone app, coupled with tried-and-tested cable glands, helps overcome problems when taking hydrostatic filling-level measurements. Filling tanks to a constant level is a broad field: Tanks can have different sizes, shapes and structures...
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