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Cobb County Saves Time and Money with Syrinix

Cobb County Marietta Water Authority (CCMWA) is home to a main loop, transporting water around its jurisdiction with a large diameter transmission pipe. The loop extends more than seventy miles and is comprised of ductile and PCCP pipe with diameters as big as 54 inches. Due to the considerable lengths of the line, the installation … Continued

The New Nicor Modular Meter Box Is Highly Versatile

Nicor recently announced its new Modular Meter Box, a below the ground enclosure that’s also been tested to support an ANSI Tier 15 load rating of more than 22,000 pounds. The inventive design of the Modular Meter Box offers cost-savings advantages for stocking, freight and room in installer trucks. It takes up less space and … Continued

Is It Time to Deploy an AMI System?

Automated metering infrastructure (AMI) technologies are effective solutions providing enhanced visibility and exceptional system control to water utilities. Meters are connected to a central software center, allowing the AMI system to provide two-way communication and offer hands-on access to data in real-time. As a result, a water utility team, equipped with this knowledge, can detect … Continued

Miami-Dade County Water & Sewer Deploys Modern Wastewater Solution

As IoT solutions continue to innovate and pave the way for better energy and water management, The Avanti Company is proud of its role in helping spearhead these solutions. We recently collaborated with the American technology company Itron and Utility Systems Science & Software (US3) to deploy the initial phase of a wastewater management solution … Continued

McCrometer Announces a New Dura Mag

As one of its most popular products, the McCrometer® Dura Mag is an electromagnetic flow meter choice. The company is now targeting agricultural customers by unveiling the evolution of the Dura Mag, otherwise known as the wafer-style Dura Mag. The Dura Mag wafer style is available in 2 “and 3” line sizes and is highly … Continued

SL-RAT Is Saving the Day in Rehoboth Beach

Last month, Rehoboth Beach in Delaware recently began conducting field inspections of its sewer manholes. These inspections are being performed with closed-circuit television and make use of acoustic technology. The tool being used for the inspection is a sewer line rapid assessment tool which, if you’ve read previous blogs, may sound familiar. Indeed, Rehoboth Beach … Continued

Don’t Let COVID-19 Affect Your Utility

Managers of water and wastewater treatment facilities have a vital role to deliver secure drinking water supply and ensure the quality and condition of discharge water while taking adequate measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. With operating facilities cutting down on staff members, there is little room to shut down systems or take on … Continued

Ultrasonic Clamp-on Flow Meter Rises to the Challenge

Food processing facilities have rigorous cleaning requirements to ensure proper sanitation and odor control. Modern facilities make use of high-pressure cleaning systems capable of getting the job done while using fewer chemicals and reducing water usage, thereby saving money. Using the high-pressure pumps properly is key in boosting performance and extending the life cycle to … Continued

Reduce Installation and Labor Costs with the McCrometer FS200

Have you tried the improved McCrometer FS200 flow straightener? Announced during the fall of last year, the FS200 reduces pipeline turbulence induced by obstructions such as elbows and Ts, which is a recurring problem among tools used for measuring flow. Pipeline turbulence can cause highly inaccurate readings to be provided by flow meters, a problem … Continued

Solutions for Non-Revenue Water

Many utilities are aware that non-revenue water (NRW) can become a serious problem. The average systems deal with about 24 percent NRW each year yet few have the knowledge and resources to tackle it properly. While the idea of water loss in the distribution network is not recent, water scarcity and the challenge of raising … Continued

How Do Flow Meters Assist the Treatment of Water and Wastewater?

Humans tend to use exorbitant amounts of water, which results in higher levels of wastewater. Water and wastewater treatment facilities have the vital task of generating and providing safe, high-quality drinking water via the environmentally friendly treatment of wastewater and resource reclaiming wherever possible. Although these operational processes require several tasks and intricate processes, there … Continued

McCrometer Non-Programmable Registers Are Now Available

McCrometer recently announced a new feature to its line of agricultural products. Customers can now purchase non-programmable digital registers alongside their propeller meters like the venerable McPropeller and the Water Specialties flow meters. The registers are designed to display essential information like volumetric total and flow rate. One of the longtime features of these registers … Continued

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Food Processing Facility Saves with the Dynasonics TFX-5000

Food processing utilities have stringent cleaning requirements. Personnel requires powerful solutions to thoroughly clean, sanitize, suppress dust, and keep odors under control. Modern plants typically rely on high-pressure cleaning systems that expedite cleaning, allowing them to save money by cutting down their use of water and chemicals. A major poultry processing facility in the Southeastern … Continued