New Products

Collection of new products for the municipal drinking water and wastewater markets.

Burkert Einsatz 1304ww

pH, ORP transmitter

Burkert Einsatz 1304ww

The Burkert transmitter Type 8202 is a compact and modular device specially designed for measuring the pH or ORP value of fluids. The transmitter houses a replaceable and standard 120 mm pH or ORP probe screwed in a sensor holder with an integrated Pt1000 temperature sensor. Due to its modular and standard design, customers are now allowed to use any standard pH electrode from the numerous suppliers available. The compact transmitter has integrated PT1000 temperature sensors incorporated for required temperature compensation; the electronics of the Type 8202 can transmit both temperature and the desired analytical value simultaneously.

Burkert Fluid Control Systems

Information management

Hach has released Version 7.4 of its Water Information Management Solution™. Hach WIMS is a software platform specifically designed for water and wastewater utilities, providing access and visibility to data from many disparate sources for reporting, analysis and monitoring. The new version provides enhancements for Windows 8 and iPad touch screen use, new "one-click" reports, and adds additional electronic reporting capabilities. The new software offers touch screen data entry on iPad, Android and Windows 8 devices (requires Hach WIMS on Citrix or Hach WIMS Online), plus Microsoft Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 support. The four new built-in "one click" reports include a SCADA cross-reference report, LIMS cross-reference report, data change report, and compliance status report.

Hach Co.

Catchment forecasting

Innovyze has announced the release of ICMLive for real-time operational forecasting of urban and rural catchments. The release provides water utilities with timely, accurate forecasts of what will happen within a catchment, based on past and current observations of a multitude of parameters along with future rainfall predictions. The product combines the comprehensive integrated catchment modeling capabilities of InfoWorks ICM with real-time operational forecasting, early warning, and emergency management. The system enables managers and operators to consider the influence of a full range of catchment factors in the management of flooding and the reduction of unregulated discharges.



Aqua Aerobics 1304ww

Aqua-Jet aerator, Model SS-PW, from Aqua-Aerobic Systems have received NSF 61 approval for potable water applications. The system can be used to strip out disinfection byproducts that produce trihalomethanes. It can help municipalities comply with the 80 μg/L locational running annual average limit specified in the EPA Stage 2 Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts Rule through air stripping. The approval includes multiple sizes and can be used for TTHM stripping applications or circulation in potable water treatment systems and reservoirs with a minimum volume of 100,000 gallons.

Aqua-Aerobic Systems

In-line analyzer

Chemscan 1304ww

The ChemScan® mini oP in-line analyzer is suited for sequestrant monitoring where combinations of Poly and Ortho-Phosphate are used. It provides reliable and accurate analysis of the ortho-phosphorus fraction. The device has been designed from the ground up to minimize maintenance requirements, including large ID sample tubing to eliminate plugging. It only needs quarterly service for reagent change out.

ASA Analytics

Gas shutoff

Halogen Gemini 1304ww

Halogen Valve's Terminator emergency shutoff system sequentially closes 150 lb. cylinder valves containing toxic gas in less than five seconds when activated from remote sensors and switches. The operator is then required to correct the condition before manually reopening the valve to restart the system. The Gemini controller has a self-contained battery system that operates the motorized closing mechanism even during a power failure. The latest Fire Codes recognize and approve the shutoff system in lieu of scrubber treatment systems.

Halogen Valve Systems

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