Solids and wastewater from residential septic tanks must periodically be removed and transported to a wastewater treatment plant for processing. While awaiting treatment, the waste is typically stored in a sludge tank, the level of which must be continuously monitored to prevent drying up or overfilling of the tank. A new white paper from flow and level measurement experts KROHNE illustrates some the challenges with measuring sludge and discusses how the company's OPTIFLEX meter overcomes them.
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Flow and level measurement experts KROHNE have released a white paper outlining the drivers and benefits of increased water monitoring. Also discussed is the company's battery-powered, stand-alone WATERFLUX meter and how it helps utilities achieve their water measurement objectives.
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In certain applications, conventional grounding of electromagnetic flow meters can pose special challenges. A new white paper from flow and level measurement experts KROHNE illustrates those challenges and sheds light on a unique solution that is especially suitable for problematic applications, some of which are found in desalination facilities.
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Flow and level experts Krohne have released a white paper illustrating via two customer stories how its flowmeter solutions have helped deal with the growing demands for accurate biogas flow measurement in a wide and seasonally varying operational range.
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Flow and level experts Krohne have released a white paper detailing how the company's Tidalflux electromagnetic flow meter is providing crucial process information for applications throughout North America.
Take a look at the "Partially Filled Pipe Flow Measurement Challenges and Solutions" white paper.
A new white paper from flow and level experts Krohne details results from laboratory testing that show how the company's Waterflux magnetic flow meter is able to perform without any upstream or downstream straight run requirements.
Check out "The Shape of Things to Come" white paper.