Water Treatment Plant Monitoring

We want to alleviate the stresses of your job by letting you know that all is well. Our cloud-based solution is with you all the time. We help you make better decisions by providing the information that you need. This helps you save money and stay compliant.

Monitor key metrics

  • Raw water and effluent flow rates
  • Effluent water quality (pH, chlorine mg/L, turbidity)
  • Clearwell management
  • High Service discharge pressure
  • Chemical systems (chlorine, carbon, KMNO4, lime…)
  • Power failure & Generator status
  • Pump Status 
  • Pump Failure
  • Pump run hours

There are two primary types of plants based on the source water, surface water and ground but no two plants are alike. There are plants that use Gravity Filtration, Ultra Filtration, or Nano Filtration. There are plants that soften and use green sand filtration. Water comes from lakes, rivers and the ground and sometime more than one source for that same plant. The combinations are endless. We have not seen them all but would like to. 

One thing all these plants have in common is that they all have a lot of components:  pumps, valves, chemical feeders to name a few. We can deliver information to you on all these important parts of your plant’s process, keeping you informed on how your plant is running, alerting you to issues the moment they happen.

Save Money

  • Interface with existing automation equipment like on-premise SCADA and PLCs and extend them to the cloud cost effectively.
  • Stop taking unnecessary trips to the plant to troubleshoot issues.
  • Reduce administration time sorting through unorganized data.

Instant Alerts

  • Gain peace of mind with remote access and instant alerts
  • Reduce equipment downtime
  • Check in on operations while you are on the go
  • The damage that can be caused by equipment failure can lead to unplanned expense to an already tight budget.

Compliance

  • Add redundancy to your existing system.
  • Eliminate avoidable EPA violations due to low or high chemical levels, or effluent water that is out of discharge limits.
  • Information for month end report
  • Knowing about a simple pump failure may be the difference between being in compliance or not.

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