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Announcing Our New Partnership with Trimble Water

In September 2018, CC Lynch formed a partnership with Trimble Water, a producer of water pressure monitoring devices, asset management software and remote leak detection solutions. Trey Campbell, CC Lynch President, said, “Our Trimble Water Partnership folds in additional products and services to address critical issues facing water utilities; such as water loss, leak detection…

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5 Key Features to Look for in a Multiparameter Sonde

Before multiparameter sondes, water monitoring professionals carried a number of single sensor meters, colorimeter kits and a secchi disk to the field.  Water quality data was manually gathered, archived and managed. Sondes have became a preferred technique; both for spot-checking, profile applications and unattended continuous recorders. Until recently, the thrust of sonde innovation centered on…

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The True Cost of Water Loss: It’s Not Just Non-Revenue Water (NRW)

Every day,  water utilities face pressure to minimize operational and capital expenses but still meet ever-increasing demand.  With rate increases as rare as they are unpopular, cost remains the primary target. One big cost for most water utilities is water loss or “non-revenue water (NRW).” All water entering a distribution system is either “accounted for” consumption, or…

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Limiting Brain-Eating Amoeba Viability in Gulf States’ Water Systems

Naegleria fowleri, colloquially known as the “brain-eating amoeba,” is a free-living, bacteria-eating amoeba that can be pathogenic. It can cause a sudden and severe brain infection called naegleriasis, also known as primary amoebic meningoencephalitis (PAM). According to the CDC, Naegleria fowleri infects people when water containing the amoeba enters the body through the nose. This typically occurs when people go…

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The Key to Efficient Chlorine Disinfection: pH

Many systems rely on some form of chlorine to make sure the water is safe from biological contaminants. If you are testing chlorine in your drinking water system, the question of how much free chlorine and how much total chlorine often comes up.  Some terms to know: Free Chlorine – this is the form of chlorine…

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C.C. LYNCH Adds New EPA Approved Turbidimeters for Surface Water Treatment

We are pleased to announce an addition to our line card. CC Lynch will now carry Lovibond PTV-1000 and PTV-2000 turbidimeters. The PTV Series offers industry-leading accuracy, low water use, easy maintenance and accessible reporting via a smartphone application. A Better Analyzer For decades, EPA Approved Turbidimeters have been dominated by a single manufacturer. So Lovibond…

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Examining the In-Situ Aqua TROLL® 600 Multiparamter Sonde

The In-Situ Aqua TROLL® 600 Multiparameter Sonde is a versatile device with a lengthy battery life capable of testing in fresh water or salt water and for long-term or short-term deployments. The Aqua TROLL® 600 connects via Bluetooth with the VuSitu™ Mobile Smartphone App and includes an LCD display for checking overall probe functionality. This…

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Open channel flow measurement techniques

NO FLUME, NO WEIR, NO PROBLEM Arguably, the most important measurement taken in and around water/wastewater systems is flow. In open channel applications, the most common flow measurement technique is through Primary/Secondary devices. Primary devices include flumes and weirs that create a reliable relationship between water level and flow rate; in the form of a…

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How Thermal Energy Meters Reduce Costs at University Campuses

The cooling and heating of a university campus is one of the primary areas where better energy management, including improved efficiency and energy reduction, brings some of the highest returns. Every university to some extent is now engaged in this process, and one of the first things that has to be addressed is the metering…

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