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WebAlert ideal for wastewater treatment

WebAlert seamlessly web-enables installed equipment, providing local and remote access to vital system information, without the need to physically visit remote sites. WebAlert monitors and datalogs digital and analog inputs from virtually any installed device, and instantly notifies on-site and remote personnel of any alarm conditions. It’s the perfect solution for applications in wastewater treatment, environmental remediation, food and beverage, and remote chemical inventory management.

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ALL-IN-ONE INDUSTRIAL CONTROLLER

ALL-IN-ONE INDUSTRIAL CONTROLLER

WIND is the newest addition to Walchem’s WebMaster family of controllers. It has a flexible multi-input/output platform, a wide range of analytical sensor measurement capabilities, and an extensive assortment of integrated communications and data handling features that make it the perfect solution for applications in wastewater, metal finishing, food & beverage, environmental, and drinking water.

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CONTROLLER TAKES GUESSWORK OUT OF DISINFECTION PROCESS

CONTROLLER TAKES GUESSWORK OUT OF DISINFECTION PROCESS

The WDIS310 is the newest addition to the W300 family of controllers. It will reliably and economically control the water treatment disinfection process to increase process safety and efficiency, and reduce chemical cost. There are no reagents, and the user may select from four sensor inputs: free chlorine, chlorine dioxide, peracetic acid and ozone.

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