ABB’s field-proven leakage detection, localization and management solution helps water companies improve the performance of their transmission network in real time, through comprehensive leakage detection and localization, leak size analysis and reporting. It identifies and locates failures at an early stage of their development, offering intelligent alerting capabilities and shutdown mitigation strategies.
ABB’s patented Pump Efficiency Monitoring System (PEMS) provides detailed real-time information on pump string efficiency using a thermodynamic measuring method. Analysis of recorded pump efficiency supports condition-based maintenance and determines the best balance between reactive and predictive maintenance. This reduces unplanned shutdowns and costs.
PumpFit optimizes the number of running pumps within a pump group to minimize power consumption and release operators from monitoring decisions and manual operation.
In operating scenarios PumpFit has:
ABB Aqua Reporting Package information management system is specifically designed for water applications. Available as a standalone product or integrated with ABB’ Symphony® Plus SCADA system, it provides multiple report templates for both real-time values and periodically calculated values. A laboratory HMI allows for the manual input of laboratory values and backward historical calculations.
In 1988 ABB introduced AquaMaster, the world’s first battery-powered electromagnetic flowmeter for district metered areas (DMAs), which revolutionized the accuracy and control of water distribution. Features such as SMS messaging and solar and wind power were added, and over time the AquaMaster series became the go-to solution around the world for important challenges like leakage detection, helping save trillions of liters of potable water worth millions of dollars. Now, the lat-est generation AquaMaster4 flowmeter builds on this legacy with new digital technology.
Low voltage ACQ580 drives for water and wastewater ensure continuous, reliable motor control when pumping water. The drive is used in water and wastewater treatment plants, pumping stations, desalination plants, industrial wastewater facilities and irrigation environments. The ACQ580 is easy to commission and use with the intuitive Hand-Off-Auto control panel. With several built-in pump functionalities, the drive keeps the pumping system operating optimally throughout its whole life cycle, reducing energy use.
ABB’s modular induction motor, type NMI, is optimized to meet the needs of the power and water industries. It provides a cost-efficient solution for pump and fan applications.
The NMI motor belongs to ABB’s N-series general purpose motors. N-series general purpose motors combine cost-efficient standardized designs and short lead times with safety, productivity, energy efficiency and reliability. They are targeted at applications where a highly customized motor is not needed.
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