Energy Recovery Inc., a company that specializes in the design and development of energy recovery devices for desalination, has added the PX-300 device to the company’s portfolio of PX Pressure Exchanger® (PX) technology.
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Energy Recovery Inc., a company that specializes in the design and development of energy recovery devices for desalination, has added the PX-300 device to the company’s portfolio of PX Pressure Exchanger® (PX) technology. The PX-300 is a highest-capacity energy recovery device that can reduce energy usage and associated costs for seawater desalination plants, handling flow rates of 300 gallons per minute per device. ERI’s PX devices improve the energy efficiency of seawater reverse osmosis by up to 60 percent.
Energy Recovery Inc.
San Leandro, CA
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The Gradelok™ gives users the advantages of a restrained joint and grade adjustment in a single fitting. It allows all fire hydrants to be set exactly to grade. The system can save money by eliminating expensive extension kits and concrete thrust devices.
Assured Flow Sales Inc.
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The patent-pending PipeMedic™ system offers significant advantages over the conventional carbon wet layup technique in pipe renovation. The company’s carbon laminates are manufactured as thin flat sheets that are coiled and taken into a pipe, tank or silo. The sheets are released and uncoil similar to a loaded spring, sticking against the surface of the pipe. Bonding to the pipe can be achieved by applying a thin coat of epoxy to the surface of the pipe. The flexible laminates allow adjustments and can be installed in single bands or in a continuous spiral configuration.
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MWH Soft has announced the newest release of CapPlan Water for H2OMAP Water and InfoWater. The new release incorporates dozens of new features requested by customers and expands the CapPlan Water functionality onto the H2OMAP platform. The software system is an engineering-GIS based decision support tool for the optimization of pipeline rehabilitation and renewal spending.
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Telvent is partnering with Longwatch to integrate components of the Longwatch Surveillance System™ with the Telvent OASyS DNA supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system. This alliance provides water network operators the ability to use video to monitor, control access, and verify alarms at centralized control or remote network sites through an OASyS DNA SCADA system. With Video Control Center software and a video collection engine, this surveillance system pulls together video images and displays the images to a central control room.
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The Hydraulic Institute has released its ANSI/HI Pump Standards Version 2.1 on CD-ROM. The new and comprehensive CD-ROM is comprised of the complete set of 28 ANSI/HI Standards, five of which have been extensively updated since the release of Version 2.0 in 2005. Additionally, the CD-ROM includes the first edition of the Controlled Volume Metering Pumps for Nomenclature, Definitions Application and Operation (ANSI/HI 7.1-7.5).
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Strike Professional Midge control from ADAPCO can help eliminate midge and filter flies from water and waste management facilities without interruption of production. Available in three formulations – Strike®, Strike® Ultra and Strike® Pellets – are designed for application during operation to stop midge and filter flies before they start. The active ingredient in is an EPA approved Insect Growth Regulator (IGR) that pre-adult midge and filter flies absorb into their systems, disrupting normal development and keeping them in the pupa stage.
ADAPCO Environmental Solutions
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Computational Hydraulics International has announced the latest release of PCSWMM; the standard GIS based software support system for EPA’s SWMM5 solution for water quality compliance. PCSWMM 2009 includes a streamlined, adaptive user-interface that improves work-flow for experienced users at the same time as dramatically reducing the learning-curve for new users.
Computational Hydraulics International
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Rohrback Cosasco Systems offers both retractable and retrievable bio-probes for monitoring microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). Cosasco Model 6205 and 6215 bio-probes can be used to collect samples of sessile bacteria deposited on the metal surface in the MIC process. The bio-probes have five sample elements, each with an exposed frontal area of one square centimeter. Each time a sample is required for analysis a successive element is removed and replaced with a new one, leaving the other four in place.
Santa Fe Springs, CA Tel: 562-949-0123 Web: www.cosasco.com
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The AquaMB Process® is one of Aqua-Aerobic’s innovative biological treatment processes. This multiple barrier treatment system combines activated sludge treatment in combination with cloth media filtration and membrane technology. The system can be used for municipal or industrial wastewater treatment and discharged to impaired waterways or where critical NPDES requirements, including crypto and giardia, need to be met. The systems offers easy access to external membrane modules, a small footprint, automated in-place cleaning of the membranes for minimal operator attention, and flexible cycle structures for optimal bio-nutrient removal without additional tanks.
Aqua-Aerobic Systems Inc.
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Hach has released three new fully interchangeable IntelliCAL™ probes for its HQd line of meters. These probes provide portable measurement of ORP, sodium, and pH for low-ionic strength samples for analysis in the lab or field. With the addition of these new probes, the company now offers a full suite for electrochemistry testing including BOD, conductivity, DO, ORP, pH, and sodium. Unlike other probes on the market, all IntelliCAL probes interchange fully with a single meter. When switching between parameters, the operator simply plugs the probe into the HQd meter.
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Pump life can be extended by preventing aerated influent from being drawn into the pumps, as this is the primary cause of cavitation. Use of a Reliner® Inside Drop can help reduce pump related problems as well as reduced general maintenance and odor complaints. The drop pipe should be extended below the low limit level and cut to follow the slope of the fillet.
Reliner ®/Duran Inc.
Tel: 800-508-6001 Web: www.reliner.com
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