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Ton Cylinder Scales Enable Efficient Water Treatment Operations for Large Water Treatment Facility in Venezuela

The Maracaibo City water plant in Venezuela, South America was building a new water treatment facility to meet increased demand for drinking water. The new plant would utilize sodium hypochlorite (chlorine) as the primary disinfectant. Due to the need for increased capacity, the plant was being designed to use chlorine stored in larger ton containers that offer greater capacity, but are extremely heavy and difficult to handle.

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What Makes an Outstanding Volumetric Screw Feeder?

Scaletron’s Model VMF-28™ Volumetric Screw Feeders offer many advantages that our competitors can’t match. Watch our new video to learn the unique advantages of Scaletron’s volumetric feeders including:

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SCADA Integrated Scales Simplify Monitoring of Chemicals at Rural Well Sites for Wisconsin Water Utility

The Monona Water Utility in the city of Monona, Wisconsin was looking for a better way to monitor its rural well sites. The current process required frequent visits by water utility personnel to insure the accuracy of the chlorination process and a consistent level of disinfectant in the drinking water supply.

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What Makes a Great Platform Scale?

Scaletron’s Model 4000™ Series Corrosion Resistant Platform Scales offer many advantages that our competitors cannot match! Watch our new video to learn the unique advantages of Scaletron’s complete line of drum, tank and IBC tote platform scales including:

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Corrosion Resistant Scales Reduce Maintenance, Allow Remote Monitoring for Maine Water Treatment Facilities

The municipal water districts located in Mars Hill and Hampden, Maine wanted to upgrade the older hydraulic scales being used in their water treatment processes. Both districts found that the scales were plagued by inaccurate readings and frequent maintenance, and were easily corroded by the caustic chemicals being used.

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What Makes a Great Cylinder Scale?

Scaletron’s Model 2000™ Series Corrosion Resistant Cylinder Scales offer many advantages that our competitors cannot match! Watch our new video to learn the unique advantages of Scaletron’s complete line of 150 lb. cylinder scales including:

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Volumetric Feeder Gets Activated Carbon Under Control for Cambridge, Ohio Water Treatment Plant

The Cambridge, Ohio Water Treatment Plant wanted to upgrade its aging screw feed system for the dispensing of powdered activated carbon into the municipal water system. The plant used the carbon to control algae blooms, oil and other industrial wastes in the water supply.

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Volumetric Feeder Simplifies Adding Activated Carbon In Water Treatment Systems, Promotes Employee Safety

Scaletron Industries has introduced a new volumetric feeder. The new VMF-28 Feeder with Carbon Package (Model VMF-28/CP) is a precision “Loss in Weight” measurement system designed specifically to provide accuracy in adding activated carbon in water treatment operations. The new unit features an integrated scale for accurate feeding plus a bag loading box that simplifies the addition of carbon to the system, and also enhances employee safety by containing carbon dust.

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Ton Cylinder Scales Improve Accuracy of Drinking Water Treatment for the Alexandria Water General Authority

The Alexandria Water General Authority in Alexandria, Egypt wanted to upgrade and rehabilitate seven (7) water treatment plants serving the city of Alexandria and nearby districts. Weighing accuracy was a major concern as the current system relied on crane hung balances to weigh ton chlorine containers resulting in inaccurate dosing of chlorine and varying disinfection levels throughout the the water supply.

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What Features Should an Economical Spill Containment Scale Have?

Scaletron’s Model 4042ECO™ Economical Spill Containment Scales offer many advantages that our competitors can’t match! Watch our new video to learn more about the unique advantages of our Spill Containment Scales including:

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