Seametrics New FT400 Series Rate and Total Indicators

The new FT400 Series flow computers are microcontroller-based indicator/transmitters that interface with pulse output flow sensors to compute and display flow rate, flow total, and generate output signals representing flow. The FT430 and FT450 have one scaled pulse output and a pulse pass-through, while the FT440 has two scaled pulse outputs and provides a 4-20 … Read More

Researchers Developing Treatment to Remove Hormone Disrupting Contaminants from Water System – UTEPnews.com, March 22, 2013

Published on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 15:02 Chemists, biologists and engineers at The University of Texas at El Paso are developing a treatment to remove endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) in reclaimed water and drinking water. EDCs are chemicals commonly found in household and industrial products, including BPA in plastics and nonylphenols found in detergents and … Read More

Membrane Filtration Protects Great Lakes’ Drinking water from Cryptosporidium Microbes

Safeguarding Our Water By  C. Russell Davis Nov 01, 2004 Beautiful and blue, vast, and sometimes violent, the Great Lakes are truly “Nature’s Reservoir.” They contain 20 percent of the earth’s fresh surface water, spanning nearly 900 miles from the headwaters of the St. Lawrence River in Kingston, Ontario, in the east to their western … Read More

Portland Finds Cryptosporidium in Bull Run Testing but Officials Hopeful They Won’t Need to Build $90 Million Treatment Plant

Published: Thursday, January 05, 2012, 7:19 PM   Updated: Friday, January 06, 2012, 6:07 AM By Brad Schmidt, The Oregonian Portland’s efforts to avoid building an expensive treatment plant at Bull Run took a surprising twist Thursday as officials announced that testing Dec. 30 found the dreaded cryptosporidium parasite in two water samples. Even so, officials … Read More