Maintain Plant Oversight With Modern Process Control Systems

Maintain Plant Oversight With Modern Process Control Systems

The Force Flow Chlor-Scale and Halogen Eclipse.

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Step into the future of water and wastewater treatment with the latest advancements in process control systems. Whether it's automated emergency valve shut-off systems that act instantaneously during chlorine leaks, or precision-metering pumps that can be remotely monitored for speed and chemical usage, these state-of-the-art systems are pushing the envelope for safety, efficiency, and real-time data monitoring.

Force Flow Chlor-Scale and Halogen Eclipse
To protect chlorination systems from dangerous leaks, the Halogen Eclipse emergency valve shut-off system instantly closes the container valve when a signal is received from a leak detector, panic button or SCADA. The actuator quickly installs on the tank without the use of any tools and allows manual operation of the valve while in place. During an emergency shutdown event, the system measures the actual torque applied to the valve to ensure that the valve is closed to Chlorine Institute recommended standards and provides remote confirmation that the emergency close operation successfully closed the valve. The Chlor-Scale from Force Flow safely cradles a chlorine ton container while providing critical feed and chemical inventory information. Know in real time exactly how much chlorine has been fed and how much remains in the tank. It can warn of excessive or insufficient feed rates and can be remotely monitored from a PLC or SCADA system. 925-893-6723;

Pulsafeeder Pulsatron MP Series 
Pulsafeeder’s Pulsatron MP Series now features an optional 4-20mA output signal that provides a remote indication of pump speed to remotely confirm the pump’s speed is adjusting to process parameters, and more accurately estimate chemical usage over time. The pump transmits a 4-20mA signal proportional to the actual speed of the unit and is factory calibrated for easy installation in the field. It is a true microprocessor-controlled instrument delivering precise and accurate metering control. Packed with standard features, it includes automatic control via 4-20mA or 20-4 mA inputs, an external pace function with a stop feature, and a graphical LCD display with support for English, French, German and Spanish languages. Models are capable of flows ranging between 3 and 504 gpd and pressure ranges from 20 to 300 PSIG with a turndown ratio of 1000-1. 800-333-6677;


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