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The New Spaix 6 Promotes the Sustainable Selection of Pump Systems

The New Spaix 6 Promotes the Sustainable Selection of Pump Systems

Customers of the Spaix pump selection software have something to look forward to: the latest version will be launched at the end of October. In addition to many new functions, the program’s performance has been further improved. Moreover, the manufacturer VSX – VOGEL SOFTWARE has paid special attention to the topic of sustainability in Spaix 6.

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Sulzer Supports Guinness World Record in Agricultural Water Treatment

18.07.2024 -

Sulzer’s energy-efficient flow technologies are driving circular processes at the world’s largest water treatment facility. With a capacity of up to 7.5 million cubic meters per day, Egypt’s New Delta Treatment Plant is treating agricultural drainage water and wastewater from the region for reuse. The clean water produced at the plant will be reused to cultivate 1.2 million acres of arable land. Sulzer’s integrated solutions and expertise help treat water that is channeled along a 120 km-long waterway to support sustainable water management and food security for the area.

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Airside Water Management: Sulzer Pumps Supporting the Expansion of Frankfurt Airport

17.07.2024 -

Designing new airport terminals is a complex task and involves many engineering disciplines. While the flow of passengers and luggage are obvious areas for optimization, the planning and design of equipment for managing wastewater and rainwater are equally important, even if they are less noticeable. Sulzer has applied its expertise to the new terminal under construction in Frankfurt, Germany, to ensure all the wastewater remains out of sight.

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  • Kansas City Advances Fire Hydrant Leak Detection Technology

    16.07.2024 -

    An acoustic fixed-base pipe monitoring technology that uses fire hydrants to host multi-sensor devices, has already found more than 30 leaks for Kansas City Water, says Lou Rossetti senior vice president of sales North America at Orbis Intelligent Systems. Non-revenue water loss in Kansas City, Missouri, is being driven down by a successful collaboration between the municipality and California-based technology company Orbis.

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    Solving Southeast Asia’s Water Challenges Through Decision Intelligence

    15.07.2024 -

    Idrica and Xylem experts share insights on the region’s water problems and proven digital technologies to help solve them.

    Water providers in Southeast Asia face challenges related to geography, economic development, climate change impacts and population growth. The region is home to more than 680 million people, with much of the population located in cities, leading to urban spread that can obstruct the natural course of waterways and increase the risk of flooding.

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    Critical Dewatering Operations Ensure On-Time Delivery of Bridge Construction Project in the Philippines

    09.07.2024 -

    Atlas Copco’s footprint and expertise have improved critical dewatering operations on a strategic infrastructure project in The Philippines. The Dipolog-Dapitan bridge project is one of several development initiatives on the island of Mindanao, intended to boost economic growth in the region. Despite high levels of rainfall, safe working conditions have been maintained and the project has been kept on schedule through the deployment of Atlas Copco dewatering pumps.

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    Celeros Flow Technology Wins Contract to Supply Water Injection Packages for North Sea Electrification Project

    08.07.2024 -

    Celeros Flow Technology (Celeros FT) is contributing to the decarbonization of offshore oil & gas operations in the North Sea. The company has successfully secured a contract to provide two new water injection packages, including the electric motors and variable frequency drives (VFDs), for the AKER/OKEA power from shore project off the coast of Norway.

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    Phosphorus Removal Options Explored in Collaborative Trials 

    05.07.2024 -

    Alternative approaches to phosphorus removal at rural wastewater treatment works are being explored in an innovation project led by United Utilities. The ALT-P project, for which Spring Innovation is the knowledge-sharing partner, received funding through Ofwat’s inaugural Water Breakthrough Challenge in 2021. Working alongside United Utilities are project partners Southern Water, Wessex Water, University of Portsmouth, Power & Water, Kolina, Hydro Industries and Evergreen.

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