Controlling Water Flow to Prevent Flooding

Posted on Water Safety November 16, 2016 by Henry Nigel

Water is one of the world’s most precious resources, and also one of its most destructive. In the right measures, water sustains life. When uncontrolled, it can wreak havoc on the planet, its people, and their property. While we can’t control the elements, new technology allows us to take control of the water flowing through […]

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Stainless Steel Control Valves Market Analysis

Posted on Water Construction News October 26, 2016 by Henry Nigel

Stainless steel control valves are primarily used in fluid systems to control volume, pressure, and flow rate. They can open up partially or 100%, and are operated through signals received from controllers. The driving forces behind the market for stainless steel control valves are: Fast growth application of small-scale fluid handling systems in semiconductor & […]

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How an Abandoned Goldmine Can be Converted into Renewable Energy Storage

Posted on Renewable Energy September 30, 2016 by Henry Nigel

Scattered across Australia there are over 50,000 abandoned mines and instead of letting them go to waste Genex, an ASX-listed company, is planning to create the world’s first pumped hydroelectric energy storage (PHES) system. Simon Kidston is the executive director of Genex says, “We’re not aware of any examples anywhere else in the world where […]

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