‘us’ to maintain services for NZ’s largest water retailer

03 July, 2007

From the 1 July 2007, Utility Services, ‘us’, is to be the provider of water, sewer and stormwater network maintenance services for Metrowater, New Zealand’s largest water retailer.

Temperature transmitter

22 June, 2007 | Supplied by: Endress+Hauser Australia Pty Ltd

Endress+Hauser's iTemp TMT125 is an economical solution for multi-temperature measuring points as found in distillation columns and bioreactors, as well as for normal process plants. The temperature transmitter features eight input channels for resistance thermometers (RTD), thermocouples (TC), resistance (W) and voltage transmitters (mV) and each input can be configured individually.

AquiStar range of smart sensors/loggers

22 June, 2007 | Supplied by: http://www.unispan.com.au

Constructed with 316 stainless steel, Viton and Teflon the AquiStar PT2X is an integrated datalogger and pressure/temperature sensor.

Multi-gas monitor with colour display

22 June, 2007 | Supplied by: Industrial Scientific Corporation

The MX6 iBrid is a full-featured multi-gas monitor. The user-friendly design of the unit features a full-colour liquid crystal display and 5-way navigation button to scroll through the menu-based operating system.

Drive package for water, wastewater and irrigation

22 June, 2007 | Supplied by: Danfoss (Australia) Pty Ltd

A complete package of complementary products is available with the VLT Aqua Drive from Danfoss Drives. A broad range of VLT MCD100, 200 and 3000 series soft starters suitable for motors up to 1200 kW are available to handle fixed speed applications. These are suitable for operation by the drive in cascade control mode, for example on multiple pump applications.

Ultrasonic level controller

22 June, 2007 | Supplied by: Siemens Ltd

The Sitrans LUC500 is an ultrasonic level controller that offers advanced duplex lift station control and open channel flow monitoring. Its design integrates common PLC lift station functionalities into one cost-effective unit preconfigured for the user. Once operational it improves efficiency, and reduces energy consumption and maintenance costs by decreasing pump failures and site visits. The unit replaces Milltronics EnviroRanger ERS 500, maintaining the same proven features and benefits.

Endress+Hauser moves to new Melbourne office

14 June, 2007

Endress+Hauser has moved to a new office in the Omnico Business Centre in Notting Hill, providing them with a platform from which to service a growing Victorian client base.

New CEO for Australian Water Association

28 May, 2007

Australia’s peak water industry body has a new chief executive officer.

Stormwater bacteria control

24 May, 2007 | Supplied by: The Novasys Group Pty Ltd

Nanotechnology and textile technology merge for stagnant stormwater bacterial control.

Danfoss digs deep into environmental issues

24 May, 2007 by Sylvia Aitken, Editor

Waste Streams recently had the opportunity to pick the brain of Danfoss president, Sven Ruder. In this revealing interview, we take a look at the company's successful philosophy and why the environment is a key concern to a number of its processes

Energy-efficient desalination not a pipe dream

23 May, 2007

The delivery of energy-efficient desalination received a boost with the establishment of a major new research collaboration between CSIRO and nine of Australia's leading universities.

GT600 Greywater treatment system

20 April, 2007 | Supplied by: Nubian Water Systems

The Oasis Domestic Greywater Treatment System (GT600) is capable of generating a saving of almost 400 L of drinking water a day for the average four-person household. It takes the greywater generated by baths, showers, laundry and hand basins and treats it to a high quality suitable for garden irrigation, toilet flushing, clothes washing and car washing.

Water disinfection system

23 March, 2007 | Supplied by: Aerocycle Environmental Solutions Pty Ltd

Aerocycle-Aquatherm is a water disinfection system that uses heat to remove all bacteria and pathogens from greywater and untreated effluent. The system is economical as it uses heat exchangers to recycle the energy used to initially heat the effluent. No chemicals are used in the process; however, a later addition of chlorine at 0.01 ppm for disinfection may be added.

Leak finder prevents flooding

13 March, 2007

UK-based company Syriniox has developed a water leakage system to detect very small leaks in large trunk water mains before bigger leaks occur.

moviBoost pressure systems

22 February, 2007 | Supplied by: KSB Ajax Pumps

The moviBoost pressure systems consist of multiple Movitec vertical multistage stainless steel pumps, mounted on a common base plate together with stainless steel suction and discharge manifolds complete with valves.

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