Emerson has announced it has acquired Bristol Babcock from FKI in England, for $121 million.
Installing on-site sewage systems in the wrong soil types can lead to potential environmental and health hazards, a Queensland University of Technology researcher has warned.
The Kele Effluent Wastewater Treatment System (KEWT) was developed by Ben Kele during the course of his Master's study at the Central Queensland University. The system is a recirculating on-site wastewater treatment and effluent reuse technology. The wastewater undergoes primary treatment and is then further treated through a lined sub-surface recirculating filter combined with an evapotranspiration area. The mixture of filter materials can be adapted to suit the treatment requirements; the most commonly used components are sand, blue metal, river rock, zeolite, scoria and charcoal.
The AquiStar PT2X submersible pressure transmitter represents the latest in state-of-the-art level measurement technology. Building on years of successful experience, this industry standard digital RS485 interface device offers great noise immunity, thermal performance and transient protection.
Byogon PX-109 is a special extract of plant material and 100% organic. Developed by the University of Hawaii as a bio-stimulant it is designed to enhance cell growth. It is an alkaloid that acts to increase cellular metabolism of a wide variety of naturally occurring microorganisms. When combined in wastewater streams it releases Xeronine to re-invigorate existing bacteria in sewage to reduce odour, greases, and improve water quality.
Mixquip, the division of Teralba Industries that designs, manufactures and imports liquid mixing equipment, has expanded their range of portable Side Entry Agitators with the release of the new 240 Volt Single phase 'RUMMAGER'.
Green energy - power produced and harnessed during the treatment process in some sewage works in the United Kingdom - is helping to run operations within them.
The ISC Signal Isolator is a single channel universal isolating transmitter providing true three-way galvanic isolation up to 2000 VRMS. The input signal is isolated from the output by a microprocessor controller optocoupler. The standard instrument accepts a 4-20 mA and 0-10 VDC input signal and produces a scaleable 4-20 mA or 0-10 VDC output signal with an accuracy of 0.1%. Final calibration is achieved using the front of instrument accessible 15 turn zero and span potentiometers.
Lower Murray Water (LMW) in Mildura required a gate to divert sewage flows to catchment ponds. Darren Bennett from LMW was concerned with the traditional square bottom penstocks that had previously been used to control water flows
Cost-effective engineering has enabled the City of Poteau, Oklahoma to achieve major savings while undertaking recent upgrades to municipal wastewater treatment facilities
The latest version of the Strathkelvin Strathtox respirometer can tell users quickly, simply and clearly when the bacteria should be fed less, aerated less and loaded more in an activated sludge or IDEA treatment plant. This is done by measuring their actual respiration rate.
Pulsair is a technology that delivers an efficient, cost-effective, low-shear method of mixing. The system injects a powerful pulse of compressed air (or gas) into the vessel in a way that creates a vertical circular mixing motion and the contents of the tank are quickly blended into a uniform mix. The mixture can be held in suspension with sequentially-timed pulses that require little expense of energy.