GF Piping Systems' complete solutions of valves, actuators, sensors, displays and controllers take over an integral role for the growing needs of water conservation in the water and wastewater treatment industry.
A water municipality in the U.S. needed to address a chlorine disinfection system problem at one of its water treatment plants.
ABB will provide drive and motor products and services as part of Sydney Water's ProMac water and wastewater infrastructure project.
The PN35 high-pressure couplings join high-pressure pipelines in repair situations and new installations, and are specifically designed for local conditions.
AVK Australia has developed a range of Gate valves with PE pipe ends for water, sewage, and neutral liquid applications to max. 70°C.
Eductors can be a game changer when it comes to mixing liquids in suspension because they can eliminate the need for mechanical devices.
The MTS series of high-performance enterprise Ethernet switches from Hirschmann IT offers an intelligent and secure IT/OT converged solution for a range of networks.
The EBS series of rotary screw compressors from Kaeser Compressors is specially designed for water industry applications, and is CE and EMC certified.
Netilion is an ecosystem combining digital services and system components to improve the lifecycle and asset management, maintenance and support of instruments and analysers.
DataTaker DT90 Series Data Loggers are compact and cost-effective, yet provide all the necessary features for logging data.
Adding to the 25+ year track record of Polibrid 705E, AkzoNobel now supply new productivity improving options.
TRILITY recently launched SURV, a unique and innovative seized valve technology, in Australia. The service provides ultrasonic seized valve release, valve condition assessment and torque measurement.
The Series 629HLP DP transmitters are suitable for measuring overpressure, underpressure and differential pressure in compatible gases and liquids.
The E46 Floating Evaporator is designed to increase the natural evaporation rate by at least 10–12 times the speed of nature.
How water utilities around the world are using scalable paths to digitalisation.