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Many water utilities face the same problem: how to monitor water quality within the water distribution system with no reagents and no waste streams.
pipe::scan, a modular sensor system, is now available for utilities everywhere. The NSF/ANSI/CAN 61- and 372-certified system monitors drinking water quality in pipes under pressure.
pipe::scan can measure up to 10 parameters in one device, including organics (TOC, DOC, UV254), turbidity, color, pH, conductivity, temperature and pressure. The water quality data can be sent to BEACON® SaaS or central databases via most protocols.
Despite the growing adoption of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) among water utilities, misconceptions about the technology, its cost and its effectiveness persist. Here are a few of the most common objections to AMI and the reasons why they don't hold water.
Whether you’re capturing a flow measurement baseline for your university’s energy audit or installing permanently on your HVAC system to optimize performance, ultrasonic clamp-on meters offer many leading benefits that make them preferable to insertion electromagnetic meters.