Water

Wet/wet differential pressure transmitter

18 April, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.dwyer-inst.com.au/

The Series 631 wet/wet differential pressure transmitter is claimed to reduce cost by eliminating parts by combining a differential pressure gauge with a transmitter.


Greywater danger from public confusion

13 April, 2006

The Master Plumbers Association (MPAQ) is calling for more community education and awareness for the safe use of greywater in domestic gardens.


$1 million donation launches UNSW water research team

12 April, 2006

A Sydney business executive has donated $1 million to create Australia's first Chair of Water Management, based at UNSW.


Water resource projects on the agenda

05 April, 2006

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 government’s Water Smart Australia program.


Water quality calculator available online

22 March, 2006

With a new Water Quality Calculator now available on the internet, managing irrigation water quality to sustain crop production and deliver positive environmental outcomes is in sight.


Regional QLD continues with clean drinking water

16 March, 2006

Ipswich residents in Queensland will continue to enjoy access to clean drinking water thanks to funding from the Queensland Government.


Gross pollutant trap

22 February, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.everhard.com.au/

A joint venture between Copa Water and Everhard Industries has seen the development of a small-sized CDS unit. The PL0506 CDS Gross Pollutant Trap, or as it has been nicknamed, 'The Nipper', is made from pre-moulded polymer. Apart from treating stormwater the design has already been proposed for a further application in the pre-treatment of grey-water for a large scale water reuse project in Melbourne.


Campbell Scientific CR1000 data loggers

22 February, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.campbellsci.com.au/

The CR1000 measurement and control module replaces the CR10 series data logger and is suitable for long-term, remote deployment under a wide range of applications and industries, including the environmental, hydrological, mining and geotechnical sectors.


Centrifugal pump

22 February, 2006 | Supplied by: Kelair Pumps Aust

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.


Self-cleaning industrial water filter

22 February, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.baleen.com/

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.


pH meter

22 February, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.quantum-scientific.com.au/

The Shindengen KS723 non-glass pH meter is a robust pocket-sized meter based on ISFET semiconductor technology. The meter is suitable for both laboratory and field use as it does not use a glass electrode. It is also suitable for the food industry and applications where traditional glass electrodes are not suitable.


Water reuse an option in WA

14 February, 2006

Water reuse in south-west Western Australia is being targeted by a CSIRO flagship called ‘The Water for a Healthy Country’.


Gold Coast poised to build desalination plant

31 January, 2006

The Gold Coast City Council is looking to establish a desalination plant to top up water supplies in times of drought.


General-purpose pH sensor

27 January, 2006 | Supplied by: http://www.ams-ic.com.au/

The Barben Analyser Technology (BAT) general-purpose pH sensor is suitable for water, wastewater, cooling towers, boiler feed, and other utility applications where no significant hydrocarbons are present.


ICT to address issues of water management

16 January, 2006

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.


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