Product News: August 2020

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Product News: August 2020

OTEK Universal Panel Meter Series
The Universal Panel Meter Series from OTEK has an alphanumeric tri-color display that includes counter algorithms so the UPM series can function equally efficient as a counter or as a digital panel meter. The UPM-L model includes a keypad so it can serve as a counter with functions including time, event, frequency, ratio, up/down, TTL/COMS and HV. As a DPM it readily accepts over 30 standard analog signals, including but not limited to: 100% 4-20mA loop power, from mV to 240VAC/D and 0.1, RTD, TC, S-G and many others. Additional highlights of the model feature input fail alarms with runtime stamp, self-diagnostics, isolated serial I/O (USB or RS485), intensity controls, 4 relays or isolated transistors, math functions, only 100mW at 5VDC, and Ethernet/Modbus upon request. 520-748-7900;

Sewer Equipment Model 900 ECO combo truck
The Model 900 ECO combination sewer cleaner from Sewer Equipment has a Hydro Drive powertrain system that eliminates the need for a transfer case, allowing the truck to operate in neutral for operator safety. Twelve-volt electrical switches and relays throughout the truck allow for easy field diagnostics. Offering both single piston and triplex pump options at 55 to 80 gpm at 2,000 to 3,000 psi, and 4,400 to 5,000 cfm blower at 18 Hg on an 8-inch system, the truck provides water and vacuum solutions for any situation. The 900 ECO is available in 6 to 15 cubic yard debris body capacities, and is equipped with standard Duraprolene water tanks carrying 900 to 2,000 gallons of onboard water. 800-323-1604;

Vacuworx International CC-TT double tee vacuum
The CC-TT computer-controlled double tee vacuum lifting system from Vacuworx International offers an alternative to using anchors and chains, and eliminates the need for personnel to climb on stacks or ladders to set dunnage. The CC-TT has a multifunction, computer-operated remote control system with touch screen that provides real-time operation and diagnostic information, including vacuum pressure (reservoir and pads), fuel level, battery status and more. Closed-circuit cameras allow unobstructed views to enable precise pad placement. Variable pad positions ensure even lifting and avoidance of key stress points. The system is powered by a diesel engine and is designed to work with mobile or stationary gantry cranes. It has a lift capacity of 77,000 pounds. 866-664-3450;

Vacall AllJetVac P Series combo sewer cleaners
Vacall AllJetVac P Series combination sewer cleaners use a positive displacement blower system to create reliable jetting and vacuum forces while efficiently opening and maintaining critical lines. The models have a blower system that is powered by the chassis engine, reducing fuel consumption and service time and also eliminating extra harmful emissions. The AllSmartFlow CANbus control system is standard; this allows for management of vacuum forces and water flow, reducing unnecessary refill trips. Also standard are aluminum water tanks. Galvanized debris tanks are optional. P Series models have a front-mounted, pivoting hose reel and an 8-foot-6-inch extending boom with 180-degree rotation. 800-382-8302;

Parkson Corp. IGNITE integrated nitrification process
Parkson offers a nonactivated sludge lagoon treatment solution that combines Parkson Corp.’s Biofuser lagoon aeration system with the TumbleOx nitrification reactor, the IGNITE integrated nitrification process. The IGNITE offering provides an option to achieve low effluent biochemical oxygen demand, total suspended solids and ammonia limits from existing lagoons without converting to an activated sludge process. 888-727-5766;

Endress+Hauser Turbimax CUS50D sensor
The CUS50D sensor from Endress+Hauser is a reliable absorption sensor for turbidity and suspended solids measurement in unfavorable environments. Its design is made to withstand aggressive media and is an ideal solution for applications in industrial wastewater or processes. Digital signal processing in the sensor and Memosens protocol provides reliable measurement results. The measuring principle is based on the attenuation of light and provides reliable measuring values. The measurement results can be achieved, for most applications, from a single-point calibration. The sensor is also already precalibrated from the factory for turbidity and absorption measurements and includes various application models. 888-363-7377;

Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group pumps with EtherNet/IP control
The 530, 630 and 730 peristaltic pumps from Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group now feature EtherNet/IP control. This protocol provides access to fast, accurate performance data and seamless connectivity to modern PLC control systems and the IoT, and real-time communication makes processes secure and flexible. The pumps also include a direct interface to third-party pressure and flow sensors, which provides network access to sensor data. Local limits on pump operation can be set, providing a solution for safeguarding process integrity by independently monitoring performance. The sensors can bring the pump to a safe stop should the predefined limits be exceeded. 800-282-8823;


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