Global water solutions

Digital

On-line monitoring & Control

  • Level Sensors (Reservoirs and Bulk Tanks): monitor and control the liquid levels in reservoirs and bulk tanks, ensuring precise management of water volumes in industrial and water treatment processes.
  • Pressures (Membranes & Pressure Sand Filters): are utilized to monitor and control pressures in membrane systems and pressure sand filters, optimizing filtration processes and maintaining operational efficiency.
  • Turbidity: monitoring measures the cloudiness or haziness of a fluid, providing real-time data on water clarity and aiding in the assessment and control of suspended particle levels.
  • pH: sensors monitor the acidity or alkalinity of water, ensuring optimal conditions for chemical reactions and biological processes in various industrial applications, including water treatment.
  • Conductivity: sensors measure the ability of water to conduct an electric current, providing insights into the concentration of dissolved ions and salts, crucial for water quality control.
  • Dissolved Oxygen: Dissolved oxygen sensors gauge the amount of oxygen present in water, vital for assessing water quality and supporting aquatic life in applications such as wastewater treatment and environmental monitoring.
  • COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand) & Nitrates: Online monitoring of COD and nitrates helps assess organic and nitrogenous pollution levels in water, guiding the adjustment of treatment processes for efficient pollutant removal.
  • Ionic Charge in Water (SCD): Ionic charge sensors (Specific Conductance Detectors) analyze the electrical conductivity of water, providing information on the type and concentration of ions present, aiding in water quality characterization.
  • Water Flow Readings: measure the rate of water movement in pipelines, facilitating precise control of flow rates in various industrial processes and ensuring efficient water distribution.
Level Sensors (Reservoirs and Bulk Tanks)

These monitoring and control technologies collectively contribute to the optimization of water treatment processes, ensuring compliance with quality standards and environmental regulations.

  • Remote Monitoring of Sites: IoT enables remote monitoring of sites through interconnected sensors and devices, providing real-time data on variables like temperature, humidity, and equipment status. This facilitates proactive management, predictive maintenance, and enhanced operational visibility.
  • Remote Control of Sites: Leveraging IoT, remote control of sites allows operators to manipulate devices, machinery, and systems from a distance. This capability enhances efficiency, reduces manual intervention.
  • Early Warning Systems: IoT-based early warning systems utilize data from sensors to detect anomalies or potential issues in various environments. This proactive approach enables timely alerts, preventing or minimizing damage and infrastructure monitoring.
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