Sponsored Content: Sealing expert marks birthday

Winn & Coales International, a leading manufacturer and supplier of corrosion prevention, waterproofing and sealing products, is celebrating its 140th Anniversary.
Dale Croker

Systems steward: New leader at the British Pump Manufacturers Association

Continuing in his role as managing director of pumps manufacturer KSB UK, Dale Croker takes over the BPMA post following a two-year tenure as vice president.

Confusion over regulations hampering water equipment innovation

A common misunderstanding over water fittings regulations in the UK is creating confusion over clean water equipment compliance and specification, and could be a...

55% of UK freight sector plans for battery EV fleet in five years

  Two in five freight companies are using existing data to improve efficiency, meaning immediate opportunities to decarbonise fleets are being missed, according to a...

Governments urged not to miss the boat on green fuel shipping

A report published on 15 November examines the role shipping will play in transporting the green fuels necessary to meet global climate goals, identifying...

Sponsored Content: Custom wedge gate valves

Valves expert T-T Flow writes: When there was a requirement for custom wedge gate valves to facilitate the transition to new metric pipework at a major water treatment works, T-T Flow stepped in to provide the perfect solution that would also maintain the ability to isolate flow.

Sponsored Content: Bespoke project completed

Tanks & Vessels have recently completed these 7-off, stainless 316, internal coil process vessels, which were fabricated bespoke for their customer in the chemical sector. From initial concept to final delivery their expert in house design and fabrication team have manufactured these vessels bespoke, to spec and on time to the customer’s project timeline.

No feed tank needed

Yorkshire Water has partnered with Saveco in the deployment of a new sludge screen technology, a UK first.

Screens test

Water technology firm Hydro International writes about recent success with cutting the Opex costs and carbon footprint at a wastewater treatment plant run by Scottish Water.

Ocean appointment: Fukushima water discharge facilities under construction

A coastal facility will dilute and release wastewater from the former nuclear plant at Fukushima Daiichi, beginning in Spring 2023. Not all dangerous isotopes will be removed, notably Tritium.

Detecting leaks before they occur

A group in the US claims to have made an important advance with the transducers that use ultrasonic guided-wave technology to detect anomalies in pipes, helping users prevent leaks before they start.

Optimisation opportunity

Pump manufacturer KSB writes about its involvement in a recent project to upgrade a 50-year-old potable water pumping station in Canada. The station supplies around 420k people and provides up to 340m L/day

WIMES makes peristaltic points clearer

Watson Marlow Fluid Technology Solutions (WMFTS) has helped with a revision of the Water Industry Mechanical & Electrical Specifications (WIMES), opening up peristaltic pumps to more potential customers in the UK water industry.

Diving in for valve repair

British Camp reservoir, located in the picturesque Malvern Hills, was the focus of valve repair work recently undertaken by ECS Engineering Services.

Sponsored Content: Adding value with advice, not just supply

The desire for speed of supply in the water and power utilities sectors can often mean that actuator specifications are repeated, based on a like-for-like replacement.

Government funding for innovations that “could revolutionise British rail travel”

Over £5 million has been provided to help launch innovative ideas that could transform rail travel and help decarbonize the rail network. The “First of...

How can we make EV charging points an affordable investment for SMEs?

Many organisations in the UK are investing in electric vehicle (EV) charging stations for their premises. Providing free charging can attract employees, boost a...

Sponsored Content: AUMA Adding Value with Advice, not just Supply

The desire for speed of supply in the water and power utilities sectors can often mean that actuator specifications are repeated, based on a like-for-like replacement.

Electrical submersible pumps expert makes key acquisition

Pump Supplies, the owner and operator of the UK’s largest hire fleet of electric submersible pumps and accessories, has acquired Stockport-based PD Pumps Ltd....

UK government grant awarded to decarbonize construction machinery

Global hydraulics and electric powertrain systems supplier Danfoss Power Solutions has secured a grant worth £407,112 from the UK government to accelerate the electrification...