The SignalFire Chemical Injection Monitoring and Control System (SF-CIS) monitors, controls, and optimizes the chemical injection process to provide you with a known and measured chemical dosing rate and diagnostic information. No longer do you need to rely on timed control and manpower to keep your chemical injection system running smoothly. The SF-CIS will integrate easily into your existing tank, pump, and electrical system.

Capabilities:

Allows operational visibility into critical and expensive processes
Verifies and records when chemical injection is working to specifications
Uses tank level monitoring to accurately verify when refill is needed
Provides a wireless interface for monitoring conditions at the injection site, updating parameters as necessary


Allows direct access to controller data from your SCADA system via Modbus


Features

Various Operating Modes

  1. Auto volume – injects at an input hourly volume (quarts/hour)
  2. Auto production – dosing proportional to production rate
  3. Timed Manual Pump Control Remote Monitoring
  4. Tank level and gallons remaining
  5. Totalized amount pumped per contract hour (settable contract hour)
  6. Temperature monitoring – start and stop injection based on pre-configured set points
  7. Pump status monitoring (see changes in pump performance)

Closed Loop Control
Actively controls process to detect pump issues earlier and ensure the right dose is delivered every time.
Hazardous Area Certified
Non-Incendive, Class 1 Division 2 Pending

Fully integrated automated gates. Actuators by Watch Technologies suited for light to heavy lift applications. Smart Gates can be programed for stand-alone operations (level, flow control, etc.) or as nodes on SCADA networks. Deployed at reservoirs, canals for check structures and canal turnouts, pipelines, pump stations, water treatment plants, and flood control sites. Type your paragraph here.

Summary Specifications for Smart Sluice Gates

Gate Type: Rising or non-rising stem, headgates, pond and reservoir dischage control, Radial (Tainter), flood control, canal, check structures, pipe outlets, spill containment; any size gate
Control Options: Maintain up or downstream level or flow, adjust gate position and/or equipment operations on data input based on a schedule; custom programming available
Power-Typ Max Daily: 12 or 24 VDC, WT-100 4Amp-hr/day, WT-200 6/Amp-hr/day, WT-300 9 Amp-hr/day
Controller I/O: RUG3 typical 6 analog, 8 digital, 4 digital out (10A relays), 4 analog out, enhanced IO and custom controllers available
Control Panel: HOA, local manual up/down, off, auto for remote control telemetry (SCADA)


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The SignalFire Remote Sensing System™ is a robust long-range wireless mesh network designed for remote monitoring and control in challenging outdoor environments. The system works with level, pressure, temperature and flow meters, as well as offering critical asset control of valves, pumps, fans, heaters and an array of other devices.

The SignalFire Remote Sensing System has been deployed in oil & gas fields and pipelines, petrochemical processing plants, crop and irrigation monitoring systems, transportation monitoring systems, and municipal infrastructure monitoring and control systems, as well as a variety of other applications.

Our remote asset monitoring & control solutions can provide both communications and power to your sensors, making your application truly wireless. A wide range of sensor types are compatible, including 4-20 mA, 1.5V, Modbus, Hart, Digital IO and other analog and digital interfaces.

The IntelliH2O® Water Management Application is a robust cloud-based water management solution that fully integrates with the suite of IntelliH2O® meters. The application may be accessed via desktop, laptop or tablet  and offers an industry-leading suite of features including management of the IntelliH2O® devices with a few clicks, remote on/off of the device and monitoring/alerting capabilities.While still in the Research and Development phase, the IntelliH2O® was awarded the General Electric “Ecomagination Award”, the only water conservation product to receive the award.

  • Remote Configuration allows the NodeChecker to wirelessly connect to a level sensor and                    view/change/save configuration items including sensor zeroing
  • Replaces the wired configuration process once a node is installed
  • Queries the status of any node in the network
  • Provides wireless signal and routing information
  • View sensor data from any node
  • USB powered
  • Available with wireless PACTware and Rosemount Radar Master support for wireless configuration        of attached HART sensors
  • Don't need to be on the tanks with a laptop any more

Our line of solar power system kits features Class 1 Division 2 panels. These panels are ruggedly constructed, high-efficiency polycrystalline solar photovoltaic modules which produce more electricity per module than any other brand it it's class. Industrial grade solar panels that provide dependable performance in all climates and is the smart solution for powering remote pipeline systems and data communications.

Each kit includes one or more C1D2 Industrial-Grade poly-crystalline solar PV module(s), the proven reliability of a Morningstar SunSaver charge controller (ProStar for our 375 Wat OGPK kit), complete battery, enclosure and wiring sets. Optional side of pole mounts are also available.

Our kits are also suitable for other industrial applications, including traffic control and safety, security and surveillance, telecommunications, water monitoring and wastewater management, weather and environmental monitoring, scientific and logistics telemetry, industrial marine applications, RV and camper, area and sign lighting, SCADA/RTU/GPS, and local, state, and federal government and military applications.


$824.00 + SH for the 85-90 watt version with 110Ah battery

Rather than adding communication capabilities to a dumb meter to create a reporting network, Capstone started with a self-reliant, sensor-rich, communications platform designed for a remote, distributed network and incorporated an electro-mechanical meter and valve that can be controlled by centralized, analytical management software.

e9 Treatments are currently available for Metal and Glass. e9 Treatments are not coatings. These treatments use nanotechnology to permanently change the molecular structure of the treated surface, making it unfavorable for certain environmental pollutants to adhere. The use of nanotechnology means that all reactions occur on a nanoscale (10-9 or one billionth of a meter). Using nanoscale material, our engineers and scientists have a very large surface area to work with. This means that when nanoscale materials are used as a treatment, there is more contact with the surface material (metal or glass) than with conventional treatments, creating a stronger bond. A STRONGER bond means GREATER lifespan.


How Do Nanotechnology Treatments Work?


When a material viewed through an optical microscope is compared to its nanometer counterparts (particle size 1nm – 100nm); the properties vary significantly. —At nanoscale, the size of the particles rules the behavior and properties of the material. Nanotechnology allows us to engineer the properties of a material simply by modifying or changing the size of the particles. A Nanotechnology treatment is an ultra-thin, multi-functional surface treatment measured in nanometers of thickness (one millionth of a millimeter). —These treatments influence the adhesion of various types of materials by altering the surface energy of the treated material; however, the ultra-thin nature of these treatments ensures that the treatment does not alter the functional properties of the material.

Is e9 a Preventative Treatment or a Self-Cleaning Treatment?

The answer is both. Particulates may still be found on the treated material (substrate). e9 Treatments help to prevent bonding of these particulates to the surface. This means that the surface allows for easy self-cleaning with rain or water spray (in the case of glass surfaces) or easy wipe-off (in the case of metal surfaces).

At the core of Electrolab’s Oil & Gas business is the Model 2100 Digital Level Sensor (DLS). Electrolab has over 30,000 sensors currently installed in North American production tanks, midstream collection tanks, and many other applications. Dedication to engineering and development, coupled with relationships with world-class OEMs, integrators and distributors, have placed Electrolab level sensors in mission-critical applications throughout North America—including hazardous locations. Accuracy and reliability are hallmarks of the Model 2100 DLS. The Model 2100 is available in a stainless steel version (shown at left), as well as a fiberglass version.


The Model 2100 DLS with High Level Shut-In delivers consistently accurate measurements of different types of fluids in both hazardous and non-hazardous environments. Multiple fluid densities and temperatures do not affect measurement. The DLS with High Level Shut-In effectively measures the level and temperature of a variety of liquids, including Crude oil, Diesel, Kerosene, Condensate, Gasoline, Water, and Others.

With the addition of a third float, the Model 2100 DLS with High Level Shut-In provides two digital outputs, one for a high level alarm and one for a high-high level shut-in. This is all accomplished with two distinct circuits: one for normal continuous level and temperature measurement—the other for high level alarm and shut-in. The high level alarm requires no power and, unlike competitor’s sensors, is not affected by power outages. The high level alarm and shut-in feature is always active.


The patent-pending RU Flex 2100 DLS is a flexible, extremely rugged, chemically and abrasion resistant digital level sensor offering continuous, accurate, and reliable monitoring of tank level and temperature. With an 18” flexible radius, one person can install the sensor in 15 minutes. Increased measurement accuracy (3/16" when ordered with 1/8" resolution) makes this sensor ready for more stringent API 18.2 measurement requirements.