steam flowmeter

Ultrasonic vs. Differential Pressure Flowmeters for High Pressure Steam Service: Part 2 of...

As we discussed in part 1 of this series, the measurement of steam flow during dramatic power boiler load changes is challenge that will...

How to Select the Most Effective Blower Technology for Wastewater Applications: Part...

Given numerous variables when selecting an aeration blower system for wastewater applications, and equally numerous claims by technology providers, it is not surprising that...

Peach Lake Finds a Solution for a Dying Septic System

It only took a few generations and several hundred dying septic systems to age an idyllic vacation spot like Peach Lake. Peach Lake is a...
municipal water treatment

Optimizing Polymer Performance in Municipal Water Treatment

Historians have determined that one of the first recorded examples of water treatment occurred more than 4,000 years ago when the ancient Egyptians used...

The Pursuit of a Green Carbon Steel Corrosion Inhibitor: Part 2 of 4

Building on last month’s installment in this series, this article will detail the simulated cooling tower water experiment’s test procedure for both a scaling...

Ten Questions to Ask Before Installing a Remote Monitoring System at Your Water Pumping...

No matter the size of your operation, you need to keep pumping stations running around the clock to push water or wastewater...

The Pursuit of a Green Carbon Steel Corrosion Inhibitor: Part 1 of 4

Corrosion control of carbon steel heat exchange components is becoming increasingly more important as energy costs rise and the demand for environmentally friendly chemicals...

When Do Most Water Main Breaks Occur?

On March 11, 2014, in the LinkedIn blog “American Water Works Association,” Riley Vittitoe, the general manager for the water utility of Topeka, Kansas,...

The Pursuit of a Green Carbon Steel Corrosion Inhibitor: Part 4 of 4

In the conclusion to this series, we will examine the testing results for organic and combined corrosion inhibitors in both hard and soft water...

Odor and Corrosion Control in Wastewater Collection Systems: Part 1 of 5

Sewage collection systems have long been subject to issues with odor and corrosion, which is understandable given the nature of what they convey. Sewage...