New Inventory System Monitors Multitude

With the widening variety of chemicals used to increase water and wastewater treatment effectiveness and efficiency comes safety, regulatory and cost concerns.

With the widening variety of chemicals used to increase water and wastewater treatment effectiveness and efficiency comes safety, regulatory and cost concerns.

The Wizard 4000 Chemical Inventory Management System from Force Flow/Floquip closely monitors usage of treatment chemicals including sodium hypochlorite, fluoride, polymer, chlorine, and ammonia stored or fed from small day tanks, cylinders, or large, bulk tanks. Contained within a NEMA 4X enclosure, the management system is designed to withstand harsh environments.

The system can monitor up to four separate scales or ultrasonic sensors tracking multiple containers, cylinders, or tanks. Configured for pounds, kilograms, or gallons, the system sends net weight or feed rate to control room displays via 4-20 ma outputs. Other functions include monitoring daily usage, days until empty, amount used, and gross and tare weight. The systems level and feed rate alarms help operators avoid over-, under- and no-feed conditions.

System features include real-time quantity data and menu-driven functions with on screen prompts. Dedicated tank-load buttons preserve usage data during tank change-out or refill. An internal battery protects the data and calibration for more than 10 years.

For more information on the Wizard 4000 Chemical Inventory Management System visit the companys web site at www.forceflow.com.

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