New technologies and designs have solved the problems formerly associated with Electronic Water Level Controllers.
Electric water level controllers first appeared on the market in the early 1990s. They were initially
The categories listed below are but a few of the ways our water level controllers can be used. Virtually any industry will have to store significant volumes of water for either their production operations or various plant management systems. Many of those industries, possibly even yours, are using seriously out-dated technology
WaterLine Controls may look like conductivity style sensors but it does not work in the same manner. We use software to control the liquid leveling controls sensing system. That software system looks at
A cooling tower is an evaporative heat extraction/rejection device. Usually the transfer uses water to move the heat out, which has been heated by an air-conditioning condenser or some type of industrial process.
Instead of using air to remove heat
These are two different but very similar designs. The lift station is specifically designed for the pumping of waste or sewage material to a higher elevation. The Pump Station is designed to raise water, not sewage, to a higher elevation. They are completely different in
Recently, we have been receiving alarming reports from technicians in the field about
A Break Tank is a non-pressurized, closed water tank, with an air gap to ensure zero backflow. It interrupts or ‘breaks’ the connection to the water source.
According to The National Fire Protection Association