Water Treatment Tag

For an engineering group that has only been in business since 2008, Munster Services Group have enjoyed rapid growth undertaking increasingly larger and more complex construction, maintenance, refurbishment, electrical, mechanical engineering and asset management projects in Queensland and nationwide, growth which can strongly be attributed...

The water industry is one of the largest industrial users of energy. The UN estimates that 0.62-0.87 KWh/m3 is required for wastewater treatment1 and it is estimated that electricity costs account for around 40% of all operational costs in wastewater treatment plants2. Moreover, US Electric Power...

Vibrational loosening is a common contributor to equipment fails. And in water and wastewater applications, the risk of fasteners coming apart is further exacerbated by the amount of moisture in the environment. According to industry specialist Michael Rowe, who is the Product Manager of Adhesives and...

Though BSC has long been established as a provider of industrial mechanical componentry, the company can now assist customers on the plumbing side – through their unique partnership with Dixon Asia Pacific “While BSC stands for ‘Bearing Service Company’, and most customers know us for bearings...

When two metal flanges meet, imperfections in the metal to metal contact allows liquids to leak. These imperfections can be caused by a number of factors, including temperature causing expansion and contraction or vibration and constant movement of components.

The challenge for any water and wastewater operation is in keeping the equipment running efficiently in spite of the harsh conditions and contamination it is exposed to. Foul water contamination in particular will affect the life of essential components such as bearings in rotating machinery. This is why a triple-sealed bearing is often recommended for applications in the water treatment sector.