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Aug 5, 2020
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Features
Aug 5, 2020
MOGAS, which was founded by Louis Mogas in 1973, is known for partnering with customers to meet the increasing challenges of severe service applications, so it was no surprise that the firm was called in to assist at a refinery. The delayed coking unit sees some of the most severe conditions in a refinery. The unit processes heavy oils or residuum and depending on... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Aug 4, 2020
This is Gravity Ltd has appointed Albion Water to help provide water, sewerage and drainage for their new smart campus in Somerset. This is Gravity’s 635-acre site is set to be one of Europe's largest smart campuses, underpinned by clean technology. Albion Water’s role as a water solutions partner will include the provision of a water management system that minimises... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Aug 3, 2020
Pipelines
Affinity Water has announced it has met its leakage reduction target and has also achieved the water industry’s largest percentage leakage reduction of 15% - for the five years to March 2020. The UK company also achieved the lowest ever levels of leakage for 2019/2020, reflecting the company’s investment and innovation in this area. Acknowledging that leakage is... [Read More]

Product News
Aug 3, 2020
Technology company Continental has partnered with Arizona-based CoxReels to provide air and water hoses to its customers. Collaborating with Continental, CoxReels has developed a custom-built hose reel assembly, called the CoxReels P Series, specifically for Continental’s premium rubber and hybrid air and water hose. Continental’s Randy Kish said: “This will... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jul 31, 2020
Pipelines
Anglian Water engineers have begun work to strengthen and improve a section of its sewer pipes in Peterborough. As part of a new £2.8million (€3.1 million) sewer rehabilitation project, the UK region’s water company will see more than 435 metres of sewer pipe in the Potters Way area of Peterborough strengthened, helping to improve the life of the pipe well into... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Jul 30, 2020
Flowmeters
Titan Enterprises offers special options for its Oval Gear flowmeters to ensure safe operation in potentially dangerous atmospheres like in the petrochemical industry. Based upon a proprietary oval gear design, Titan OG Series flowmeters are designed to give reliable, high performance across a wide range of applications. Unlike other types of flowmeter, the measurement... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jul 30, 2020
Pipelines
The Sniffers has announced that it has obtained its certification to use the optical gas imaging technique for leak detection at Flemish sites. The company received the official certification from the Environmental Department of the Flemish Government. This means The Sniffers will continue to assist its customers in Flanders with both leak detection and repair and optical... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Jul 29, 2020
Valves
When Spanish drilling expert Cimentaciones Abando needed to replace its compressor units, a field test trial revealed Atlas Copco’s DrillAir mobile high-pressure devices saved the company more than 20% of its annual fuel costs. When the time came for a new set of drilling compressors, the Biobao-based company’s fleet manager, Julen Abando, sought technically advanced... [Read More]

Oil and Gas News
Jul 29, 2020
Pumps
A new order from Future Biogas is set to bring the total number of Borger pumps and separators at its plants to over 20. The AD developer and operator invested in its first Borger pump in 2015 for its UK site near Swaffham – seeking an alternative solution to its existing pumps that were proving time-consuming and costly to maintain. Since then, the full-service company,... [Read More]

Features
Jul 28, 2020
Most petrochemical companies require fire safe tested components for their installations. Valves are often tested for fire safety, but other components like flanges, gaskets, fittings and hoses must be as well. A closed valve has to be filled with water under pressure and must be completely enveloped in flames with an environmental temperature in the region of the valve... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jul 27, 2020
Pumps
A new wastewater treatment system installed in a town in Czechia will protect valued fishing ponds and raise the quality to EU standards. Packaged wastewater treatment plant provider WPL installed a below-ground system in Klimkovice, in the country’s Moravian-Silesian region, as part of a municipality-led project to construct a first-time sewerage network. Around 110... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jul 24, 2020
A new 1km outfall pipe has arrived off the coast of Withernsea in the UK after travelling across the North Sea from Norway. Work to install the new outfall pipe is part of a £26 million (€28.5 million) scheme by Yorkshire Water and its capital partners, Ward and Burke and Van Oord, to move its wastewater treatment works further inland due to coastal erosion. The... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jul 24, 2020
Industrial filters made in the UK are helping an expanding pulp and paper plant in Brazil optimise the efficiency of essential process water. Surrey-headquartered Amazon Filters has partnered with a distributor in Guarulhos, near São Paulo, to provide polypropylene SupaSpun cartridges for the works’ high-temperature condensate treatment. The move marks a second... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jul 23, 2020
Pipelines
Thames Water will invest more than £55 million (€60 million) over the next five years to upgrade Guildford’s water supply and ensure it can meet increased demand from thousands of new homes. The announcement comes during the ongoing upgrade of Netley Mill water treatment works which supplies 8,500 properties in Cranleigh and the surrounding villages via Hurtwood,... [Read More]

Water/Wastewater News
Jul 22, 2020
Pumps
Tsurumi Pumps have delivered 10 submersible pumps to be used in the building of a new hospital in Singapore. The hospital will be the largest in the country with four levels below ground and 19 above ground and it will play a key role in supporting the growing ageing population in the South East Asian nation. Tsurumi’s KT-Z series pumps were used to pump slurry from... [Read More]


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