Delft University of Technology research has discovered a method that could drastically change the way we purify water within a few years. Delft, in partnership with DHV engineering bureau, has developed a compact and environmentally-friendly purification method, in which aerobic bacteria form granules that sink quickly.
Enviroequip is hosting a series of ground water seminars in August to be presented by David Kaminski, international expert in ground water sampling methods.
Tekleen self-cleaning filters provide users with automatic self-cleaning without interruption to the flow. A differential pressure switch monitors the pressure differential between the inlet and outlet which increases as dirt particulate is trapped by the screen. When the preset differential pressure value is reached the filter performs a cleaning cycle that lasts only 5 s and uses less than 10 L of water without any interruption to the flow.
The Pall Aria AP-series packaged water treatment system is easy to install, operate and integrate into a system. It provides all the benefits of a membrane system in a small footprint.
A Sydney business executive has donated $1 million to create Australia's first Chair of Water Management, based at UNSW.
Eligible organisations across the country will have the opportunity to invest in major water resource projects with the announcement today of a new call for proposals under the federal governmentâ€™s Water Smart Australia program.
The Goulds ITT model GSC horizontal, double suction, split-case centrifugal pumps are specifically designed for applications such as water supply primary lift and booster stations, power plant filtration, water treatment, and cleaning applications in the pulp and paper industry. Additionally the building and fire industries use this style of pump.
The Baleen Filter combines micro-screening with a self-cleaning mechanism to deliver reliable and economical filtration results. Solids of greater size than the filter media aperture will be separated and collected with minimal water retention.
National ICT Australia (NICTA) has announced the first of its Priority Challenge Strategic Projects, the Water Information Network (WIN) Project. According to NICTA, this project is aimed at providing the information infrastructure to support smart use of the water resource on the scale of an entire water catchment.
At a recent international conference on wastewater treatment, a discussion was included on why more and more operators of wastewater treatment facilities are now opting for closed-pipe UV disinfection systems instead of older, open-channel systems
Reusing secondary treated water or plant effluent possesses numerous dirty water problems. Problems include plugging of spray nozzles; fouling of pipes; blinding of sensors, scrubbers, membranes, R/O, and analysers; wearing of pump gland seals; and plugging of irrigation heads. Such issues cause unscheduled shutdown for maintenance and cleaning.
The Keller Leo-Record and Leo-Record EEx ia are compact digital instruments that measure both pressure and temperature. They are suitable for use in factories and pipelines. Up to 57,000 readings can be stored in their non-volatile memory.
The Divvy Tap allows users to accurately measure any liquid ensuring a correct dilution and reducing chemical waste. The tap is highly adaptable, fitting a range of container sizes and dispensing accurately.
The VRTX chemical-free water-treatment technology is based on colliding two rotating water streams at very high speeds and the resulting hydrodynamic cavitation causing intense, microscopic localised extremes of temperature and pressure. Chemical reactions are forced to proceed under these conditions.
WonderTreat is a bioremediation product developed by CK Life Sciences. It is composed of carefully selected microbes and a range of natural ingredients