- Fire Hydrant Testing Equipment – an Essential Safety Tool
Date posted: February 8, 2012
fire hydrant testing equipment is an essential tool. Fire hydrant testing equipment monitors water pressure within a hydrant and if the pressure is deemed too low, further investigations can be made as to the root of the problem.
- What Is A Dosing Unit?
Date posted: December 14, 2011
There are several different types of dosing unit. For example some are designed for chlorination and de-chlorination. Generally this type of unit enables up to 1m3 per minute or 60m3 per hour to be chlorinated at speeds of 10-100 ppm. An integral ball valve controls flow through the unit which is monitored using a digital [...]
- What is a Water Pump?
Date posted: October 11, 2011
A pump is a device that is used to move liquids. A water pump displaces water by physical or mechanical action. Different types of water pumps include positive displacement pumps. This type of pump causes liquid to move by trapping a fixed amount of it and then forcing it into a discharge pipe. A positive [...]
- A New Approach to Asset Management – The VIP System
Date posted: September 14, 2011
Vernon Morris Utility Solutions reveal the “VIP” Valve Integrity Protection System – a new level of control & visibility for Asset Management. Utilising the latest in RFID technology, the VIP System enables tagged Assets to be scanned & recorded, with data instantly transferred to a Toughbook onsite. Operatives in the field can then input information [...]
- Submersible Pumps For The Summer Months
Date posted: April 26, 2011
Submersible pumps such as bilge pumps are generally used to remove water from the bilges of boats. As there can often be fuel present in the water electric bilge pumps are designed not to spark so as not to ignite any fuel that may be present. Many bilge pumps are fitted with automatic switches that [...]
- Druck DPI 104 digital pressure gauge for high precision measurements
Date posted: March 8, 2011
The DPI 104 is available in pressure ranges up to 20,000 psi (1400 bar), surpassing competitive products that typically handle pressures only up to 10,000 psi (700 bar), while maintaining 0.05% FS accuracy. The DPI 104 can function either as a stand-alone process indicator, or as a test device using a line of hand pumps. [...]
- Background of the Pressure Gauge
Date posted: March 7, 2011
Many of the processes in the modern world involve the measurement and control of pressurised liquid and gas systems. This monitoring reflects certain performance criteria that must be controlled to produce the desirable results of the process and insure its safe operation. Boilers, refineries, water systems, and compressed gas systems are but a few of [...]
- Betagauge PI pressure test gauge
Date posted: February 22, 2011
The BetaGauge PI combines the accuracy of digital technology with the simplicity of an analog gauge. The BetaGauge PI is fast and straight forward to set up. It is set up through a menu-driven display with intuitive functions making it simple enough to allow the gauge to be used anywhere in the world without the [...]
- Using PL200-G Water Pressure Data Loggers
Date posted: February 16, 2011
The PL200-G Water Pressure Data Loggers are the latest addition to remote water pressure recording instrumentation. The Water Pressure Loggers make it easy to verify low water pressure complaints, locate water pressure spikes, and even provide water distribution system modelling data. The Water Pressure Loggers’ large memory buffer will store over 81,000 water pressure readings [...]
- Oxygen Flow Metres and Mass Air Flow Metres.
Date posted: January 27, 2011
These types of metres are commonly used in Oxygen tanks and are usually comprised of a pressure gauge and a variable area meter, more commonly known as a Rotameter. The rotameter is very common in hospitals and laboratory applications as an air flow meter device. The rotameter is not limited to certain types of gas [...]