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Water giants keep faith in Triton Electronics

Posted: Tuesday 11th December 2007

Triton sludge monitoring equipment is again the instrument of choice for Thames Water and Yorkshire Water as both companies undergo major upgrades.

Thames Water have again decided to use the Triton SSVI settling apparatus as part of their up-grade programme covering their key waste water treatment plants.

Yorkshire Water have also installed SSVI's across their plants as part of their upgrade. A spokesman for Yorkshire Water said:

" The reason for buying this amount of SSVI's was to coordinate all the key plants by using the same kit in the same condition. This was done to improve the performance of the waste water treatment plants and ensure that they operate at optimum efficiency, with the emphasis on spotting problems in advance"

The SSVI monitoring system is used to determine the settling properties of an activated sludge in order to optimise the dewatering process, reduce dosing costs and help prevent clogging of filterbeds. SSVI units are in use widely throughout the UK waste water industry as well as other commercial sectors where operational dewatering is required.

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