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How to Stretch Equipment Budget Dollars

How to Stretch Equipment Budget Dollars: Consider Used, Surplus, and Demonstration Equipment Water Monitoring equipment is key to treatment process optimization and compliance. Most budgets scream ‘do more with less”; and thus, the battle for equipment dollars is often more of a continual grind. Sure makes it hard to monitor all the points of measurement…

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4 Reasons to Monitor Pressure in Water Distribution Systems

Water pressure surges result when there is a sudden change in flow. These events, otherwise known as water hammers, can reduce the longevity of pipes, cause leaks or main breaks and jeopardize water quality. Regularly monitoring pressure can enable utilities to mitigate the frequency of pressure events while reducing operational costs. 1. Preventing Pipe Failure…

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CC Lynch Welcomes Danny Hutcherson as Newest Water Monitoring Expert

C.C. Lynch & Associates is proud to announce that Danny Hutcherson has joined our team. Danny has served the water and wastewater industry for 40 years. Initially, Danny will serve as our Drinking Water expert; presenting on-line techniques for monitoring water from its source, across process treatment and throughout distribution. His role will add value for…

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3 Reasons to Rent Water Monitoring Equipment from the Manufacturer

Editor’s note: This article originally appeared on the In-Situ blog in May 2015. There are several reasons you might consider renting environmental sampling equipment: maybe it just makes more sense to rent equipment for a project rather than buy it, or perhaps you want to try the product before you make the commitment. Whatever the…

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