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Water & Wastewater news, April 2019

Sensaphone introduces monitoring system

The system is designed for facilities that require many monitoring points.

 

Lone Tvis comes to Grundfos after a successful 19-year career within large international companies such as Arla Foods and Danfoss.

 

UK high pressure water jetting equipment manufacturer Hughes Pumps appoints Dan Galley as export sales manager for the Middle East.

 

Exhibition will present strategies and new technology to address flooding problems.

 

ABB is showcasing its digital solutions for the water and wastewater industry.

 

PumpMan buys Astoria, New York-based ABC Electric Corp.

 

The “Sulzer Scholarship for Women in Science and Engineering” aims to support and increase the participation of women in the engineering industry.

 

The system has been designed over two years of research and development.

 

The new LP2 blade compressor is intended for use in low pressure and blower markets.

 

Zehnder Pumpen manufactures pump technology for industry, homes and gardens.

 

Florida-based Holland Pump manufactures, sells, rents and services pumps and related equipment.

 

The pump is equipped with Xylem's Field Smart Technology.

 

Ebara invests ¥100 million in Japanese AI (Artificial Intelligence) consultancy and developer.

 

The new range offers a wider choice from a single supplier.

 

The family-owned business is looking to the future.

 

Managing wastewater is crucial for breweries.

 

The new facility will enable testing of wastewater pumps up to 20 000 lbs in horizontal and vertical configurations, in a dry environment in Emmaboda.

 

Researchers hope to encourage further consideration of the flow behaviour of sludge.

 

The UK's Selwood wins an exclusive contract to continue to hire pumps and pipework to Northumbrian Water for a minimum of three years.

 

Four Ebara drainage pump units installed at the Tsuruga Drainage Pump Station.

 

Inclined submersible pumps can offer advantages compared to vertical or horizontal pumps.

 

The pump is based on the original hydraulic ram principles which creates intermittent water flow to produce increased pressure.

 

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