Arjay Engineering Ltd. (Oakville, Ont., Canada); www.ArjayEng.com
The HydroSense 4410-OCM is specifically designed to monitor low concentrations of oil in waste and cooling waters. The unique flow-through design uses fluorescence to target petroleum hydrocarbons. The additional light scatter sensor can be set to monitor non-petroleum oils or used as an alert in the event of unusually high turbidity. The unit provides 24/7 monitoring for any leaks or excursions of parts per million levels of oil in effluent water and recirculated water.
Membrane bioreactor module
MICRODYN-NADIR (Wiesbade, Germany); www.microdyn-nadir.com
The MICRODYN BIO-CEL® MBR is a cost-effective and scalable solution for meeting challenging effluent requirements for wastewater treatment. BIO-CEL helps to protect the environment and is especially useful for water reuse applications. The plate-less design of the module enables 360-degree access to the membrane stack. This access improves cleaning capabilities and significantly reduces maintenance time. The patented module-membrane laminate combines the advantages of flat sheet and hollow fiber membranes allowing for backwash capability and increased durability.
Rotary valve actuator
Harold Beck & Sons (Newtown, Pa.); www.haroldbeck.com
The Group 57 1/4 turn rotary electric valve actuator maintains all traditional Beck actuator advantages, such as maintenance-free operation, long-term reliability, and unmatched control. Added features often required in hazardous environments and remote locations include no burn-out motor, positioning accuracy to 0.1 degrees, the ability to run on 12-48 Vdc or 120 Vac power, and Class I, Division 1, Groups B, C, and D hazardous location ratings. Other features also include a built-in, electric fail-safe capability; fast-stroking speeds for applications requiring a faster open or close rate; and simple and flexible mounting hardware for virtually any valve including ISO 5211 applications.
Schlüsselbauer North America LLC (Nashville, Tenn.); www.sbt-na.biz
The PERFECT Pipe is a durable pipe system, suitable for both trench construction and pipe jacking/microtunneling methods. The pipe is distinguished by its high static-load-bearing capacity and long-lasting resistance to chemical attack provided by the continuous synthetic liner.
Cartridge split seal
A.W. Chesterton Co. (Groveland, Mass.); www.chesterton.com
The Chesterton 442C Cartridge Split Seal technology minimizes installation complications and excessive startup leakage, ensuring that equipment is returned to operation as quickly as possible. With its short axial length and adjustable gland tabs, there are many opportunities plant-wide to help lower your seal inventory. Repair kits are available to help cut operational maintenance costs.
WinCan (Pittsburgh); www.wincan.com
The Manholes Module for WinCan sewer assessment and asset management software makes it easy for municipalities to integrate manhole inspection into their sewer management workflow. The module combines imagery and geometric data to create a virtual manhole where users can descend, pan, tilt, and zoom-in to scrutinize defects. Users can attach observations to points and regions of the manhole scan and use measurement tools to quantify observed defects. The module is fully compatible with WinCan Web, so users can upload their inspection results and grant others access to view reports and navigate virtual manholes instantly on any device with a web browser.
SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions (Trevose, Pa.); www.suezwatertechnologies.com
The ModuleTrac is designed for drinking water and water resource recovery facility operators by simplifying data collection and recordkeeping activities related to ZeeWeed membranes. The system provides enhanced visibility into data at the module, cassette, and train levels through InSight*, a secure Asset Performance Management solution for monitoring and optimizing water treatment systems. The app uses an operator’s mobile device to scan and track the location and maintenance history of ZeeWeed membranes using a bar code placed on each module. This information is then fed into InSight, which analyzes, archives, and reports on the data at a train, cassette, or module level. From there, users can view data, run reports, and create graphics and charts to monitor and optimize their water treatment systems.
Oil and gas extraction system
Environmental Express (Vernon Hills, Ill.); www.envexp.com
The StepSaver® Extraction System streamlines the extraction process to help analysts work faster and safer. The compact, single-place station saves valuable benchtop space and time. Single stations can be daisy-chained together to run multiple samples at once for a faster sample throughput. The system is ideal for analysts who want to work more efficiently by eliminating steps in the process while maintaining compliance with EPA Method 1664 for oil and grease.
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