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Capital Controls Series 70CV3000 Chloromatic Gas Flow Control Valve

14 January, 2010 by

The Capital Controls Series 70CV3000 Chloromatic Intelligent Gas Flow Control Valve is a wall-mounted system designed to control chemical feed in water or wastewater applications.

Turck PT4500 and PT4510 submersible pressure transmitters

14 January, 2010 by

Turck’s PT4500 and PT4510 submersible pressure transmitters are optimised for detecting the level of water or other media with similar density in challenging industrial environments - including in wastewater and irrigation systems, as well as tanks containing liquids such as gas and diesel.

ItN Nanovation CFM Systems for biological wastewater purification

14 January, 2010 by

CFM Systems is a ceramic flat membrane system for biological wastewater purification. Suitable for submerged filtration processes, the ItN Nanovation product is now being introduced to the New Zealand water and wastewater industry. It should be available early 2010 for demonstrations and pilot trials.

Software improves processes and data quality

12 November, 2009

MidCoast Water (MCW) delivers water and sewage services to the Manning and Great Lakes communities of New South Wales, supplying 11 billion L of water per year to 35,000 households spread over 7000 km2.

Fluid Components International gas flowmeter

11 November, 2009

The GF90 Mass Flow Meter from Fluid Components International is used for gas measurement applications, such as chlorinated water disinfection systems.

Wind turbine

10 November, 2009 by

The Aerotek RB900 is a compact, robust wind turbine that is designed for extreme weather conditions. It is built with corrosion-resistant materials and uses a 5-blade stainless steel design.

Water treatment technology

28 September, 2009 by

Creative Water Technology has launched an innovative technology that allows highly contaminated wastewater to be cleaned. The technology was recently recognised by winning Innovic’s International Next Big Thing Award 2009 - Green/Environmental category.

Heat exchangers for energy recovery

28 July, 2009

In the face of ever-increasing energy costs, many Australian and New Zealand manufacturers and service providers are using the Dimpleflo Modular Heat Exchangers to recover energy from any warm or hot product or effluent.

Wastewater treatment in Melbourne

28 July, 2009

Enough sewage to fill 16 Olympic-sized swimming pools is processed each day by Yarra Valley Water treatment plants dotted around Melbourne. And because reliability is everything when it comes to sewage, it seems strange at first that many of the 17 Hurll Nu-Way Aerzen blowers at the front line of treatment are at least 10 years old, with some nearing 30 years of service.

Flowmeter for the water industry

28 May, 2009 by

The Water Master flowmeters are specifically designed for the water, wastewater and sewage markets. The range is available in the most commonly installed flowmeter sizes: 40-300 mm.

Heat exchanger

07 April, 2009 by

The Casella 12 m Dimpleflo heat exchanger is a cost-effective solution for applications with limited space requirements. The units are built with 12 m long tubing, therefore fewer bends are needed, resulting in a 30% beneficial saving. Increased performance due to its length and configuration has also provided benefits.

22 Module Dimpleflo Modubloc heat exchanger

02 April, 2009

The 22 Module Dimpleflo Modubloc heat exchanger with 150 mm flowpath is suitable for use in a large winery. The design provides increased energy efficiencies, with higher heat transfer coefficients and lower pressure drops on the product side, all within a more compact footprint.

Plastic ball check valves

24 November, 2008

The Series BCV are economical, thermoplastic ball check valves suitable for chemical and wastewater applications.

100 toilets in Brisbane CBD

20 November, 2008

While we laugh at the adventures of Kenny’s World exploring toilets, there are 2.6 billion people, or 40% of the global population, who don’t have any access to safe sanitation. The deaths of 75,000 children could be prevented this year in South-East Asia and the Pacific with access to basic sanitation.

Wastewater analyser

22 September, 2008

Endress+Hauser has launched an inline analyser for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants. The STIP-scan device reduces costly sampling and maintenance procedures by operating directly in the process.

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