Tag - Water

More availability with GWR level measurement technology

Interface in the field

Interface or multiphase level measurements are necessary throughout oil, gas or petrochemical plants. Unfortunately, there is currently no perfect technology......

Hot water process controlled by steam

Starting hot into the process

Nothing is more unpleasant than standing under the shower in the morning and being suddenly hit by a harsh, cold stream of water. Just like homes, numerous......

A mill for temperature-sensitive products

Keeping a cool head

Uncontrolled heat generation often results in unwanted properties when milling temperature-sensitive products. Product temperatures must therefore be......

Water, sewage, waste and raw materials management

Ifat 2018 grows by two new halls

The world‘s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management, takes place at the Messe München exhibition center in Munich from May......

Lanxess invests in water treatment technology

Ion exchange resins and membranes in demand

Water treatment plants continue to be in demand. In line with this trend, Lanxess has in recent years invested in plants that produce ion exchange resins and......

Combination of reverse osmosis and ion exchange system

Water treatment at Egyptian fertiliser plant

AlexFert is a large fertiliser company located in Alexandria, Egypt. The company was interested in reducing the cost of its high purity water treatment......

Process analytics

Conductivity sensor for ultra-pure water

In order to determine very low ion concentrations in ultra-pure water, a sensor is required that can reliably measure even the slightest conductivity. On top......

Modular automation for multi-stage and flexible water treatment

Plants based on theLego principle

Fluctuating water consumption and increasingly polluted raw water – these are the market demands to which more and more manufacturers in the process......


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