Technologies & Products

Pressure transmitters with dataloggers from STS Sensor Technik Sirnach AG record and archive measurements in reservoirs, rivers, phreatic water, boreholes and sewage treatment plants.

Th 122660

Dataloggers record water levels in water-short areas

Pressure transmitters with dataloggers from STS Sensor Technik Sirnach AG record and archive measurements in reservoirs, rivers, phreatic water, boreholes and sewage treatment plants. Dataloggers that record water levels autonomously are being used increasingly in areas experiencing water shortages.

Th 122660
Click here to enlarge image

The model with the display indicates current measurement values on the device, which replaces the use of on-site manometers. The datalogger is available for pressure ranges of 60 mbar to 1,000 bar and can be used to store 130,000 measurements. At a measurement interval of 10 min., this corresponds to data collection over a period of 2 years without read-out. This is a great advantage in extended and uninhabited regions since read-out can take place at very long intervals.

Measurement data stored can be read out at measuring site by means of a handheld or pocket device and evaluated independently of the mains. The data can be transferred to the PC for further evaluation using PC programs, such as Excel. Measurement data can be transmitted from the site to an IR printer using the infrared interface of the datalogger with display, and can then be printed out for logging.

STS Sensor Technik Sirnach AG
Sirnach, Austria

Leak positioning system delivers data to office PC

Zonescan-Alpha, an automated leak positioning and hydro alarm system, delivers precise leak location information to the operators' office personal computer on a daily basis, eliminating the need to drive by the loggers to download the data. Strategically positioned Zonescan Communication Links contact loggers on a daily basis to collect the latest leakage data. The data is then automatically passed to the operators' PC via a Master Comlink using either PSTN (landline) or GSM communications media. This information is automatically imported into Windows™-based Zonescan software, enabling the operator to see the location of probable leaks from each of the logged points across the network.

Gutermann International
Zolikan, Switzerland

Bullhorn monitors remote equipment at low cost

Th 122661
Click here to enlarge image

American Innovations' Bullhorn monitors water- and wastewater-related remote equipment with wireless technology at low cost. It monitors wells, pumps, lift stations, storage tanks, effluent overflow, pressure, pH, temperature, flowmeters and other equipment. Bullhorn instantly notifies by fax, page and/or email immediately when the status of a piece of equipment reaches a pre-programmed alarm situation. If a pump motor trips or generates inadequate pressure, Bullhorn will inform users before a regulatory event occurs so technicians can respond quickly.

American Innovations
Austin, Texas USA

Prepackaged pump system optimises energy costs

Th 122662
Click here to enlarge image

The Municipal-Pac® prepackaged pump system handles clean water and wastewater applications in underground capsules and aboveground stations. Its installation cost is reduced by up to 35% over field construction, while customised speed pump controls optimise energy consumption. The system can be furnished in various configurations in capacities from 30 gpm to 30 mgd.

Flo-Pak, Inc.
Atlanta, Georgia USA.

More in Technologies