System solutions for Water treatment plants Wiesbaden
The NeoTecMaster® Multicontroller concept is a basic building block for any water treatment plant.
- Available as 4 or 8 channel system
- Modular concept for signal inputs (Modbus-RTU, 4-20 mA or RS232)
- Software architecture for integration of Testomat EVO, Testomat 2000, Testomat LAB, Testomat 808, Testomat 808 SiO2 and Neomeris Select already available
- Ethernet interface for network integration
- Visualization of status messages and measured values via web interface
The pocket testers are suitable for the measurement of industrial waste water, drinking water as well as products from the food and beverage industry and the agricultural sector
- Fast analysis of measurement parameters on site
- Easy and uncomplicated handling
- High-quality sensor technology
- Broad product portfolio for use in different application areas
The Neomeris blowdown panel was developed for simple conductivity-controlled blowdown processes in the cooling tower area
- Preprogrammed and electrically wired ready for operation
- Factory pre-calibration of the conductive conductivity measurement
Testomat® instruments available for more than 20 parameters; continuous development of new instruments for new maximum process reliability in water treatment.
The Testomat 808 is a compact analyzer for the Online - measurement of water hardness according to the principle "limit value monitoring with color change".
UV systems for water disinfection
UV technology - DVGW / ÖVGW certified UV systems
UV systems for drinking water, ultrapure water and process water disinfection
Tradition and future for innovative Water treatment plants Wiesbaden
Drinking water supply in Wiesbaden: Quality assurance and treatment processes
Since January 1, 2012, the water supply in Wiesbaden has been ensured by Wasserversorgungsbetriebe der Landeshauptstadt Wiesbaden (WLW). The water network continues to be operated by ESWE Versorgung. The drinking water for Wiesbaden comes mainly from groundwater. Several deep wells are operated to provide sufficient water to supply the population.
If necessary, supplementary surface water can also be used. The extracted groundwater or surface water is treated in the waterworks of Stadtwerke Wiesbaden. The exact treatment processes can vary depending on demand and water quality. The aim is to bring the water up to a high hygienic standard.
The treated drinking water is distributed through an extensive network of pipes in Wiesbaden. The network includes main lines that transport the water to the various parts of the city, as well as smaller lines that supply individual households and businesses. The quality of the drinking water is regularly monitored to ensure that it complies with legal requirements and the requirements of the Drinking Water Ordinance.
The first priority is to maintain its microbiological quality. But all other substances are also carefully monitored that are specified in the Drinking Water Ordinance and other regulations or for which the proper functioning of the treatment plants is important. State-of-the-art analysis technology certified to DIN/ISO is used for this purpose. The water supply companies of the state capital Wiesbaden have the claim to guarantee the high environmental and quality standards at all times: Every drop of the average 63 cubic meters consumed per inhabitant and year in the Rhine-Main supply area is of the highest drinking water quality.
For Wiesbaden alone, 43,000 cubic meters of water are supplied daily. The water supply in Wiesbaden is generally provided by a water meter in each household or commercial establishment. The fees for water supply are set by the Wiesbaden public utility company and are billed on the basis of water consumption.
Efficient water treatment ensures highest drinking water quality in Wiesbaden
Efficient water treatment ensures the highest quality of drinking water in Wiesbaden
Since January 1, 2012, the water supply in Wiesbaden has been ensured by the Water Supply Company of the State Capital Wiesbaden (WLW). Drinking water for Wiesbaden is mainly obtained from groundwater, using several deep wells to provide sufficient water for the population. If necessary, supplementary surface water can also be used.
The extracted groundwater or surface water passes through various treatment processes at the Stadtwerke Wiesbaden waterworks, which vary according to demand and water quality. The main goal of the treatment is to bring the water to a high hygienic standard. State-of-the-art analytical techniques certified according to DIN/ISO are used to ensure the purity and safety of the water.
The treated drinking water is distributed through an extensive network of pipes in Wiesbaden, which includes both main pipes supplying the various districts of the city and smaller pipes for households and businesses.
The quality of the drinking water is regularly monitored to ensure that it complies with legal requirements and the requirements of the Drinking Water Ordinance. The water supply companies of the state capital Wiesbaden take thousands of samples every year, which are subjected to a large number of analytical checks. Particular attention is paid to the microbiological quality of the water. In addition, other substances that are specified in specifications or are important for the proper functioning of the treatment plants are also carefully monitored.
The water supply companies of the state capital Wiesbaden have the claim to guarantee the high environmental and quality standards at all times. Every drop of the water provided every day – 43,000 cubic meters in Wiesbaden alone – meets the highest drinking water quality and complies with the requirements of the German Drinking Water Ordinance.
The water supply in Wiesbaden is generally provided via water meters in households and commercial enterprises. Water supply fees are set by the relevant authorities and are based on water consumption.
The successful water treatment in Wiesbaden has strengthened the trust of the citizens in the municipal water supply, as recent studies show. More than 80 percent of citizens are convinced that their drinking water is strictly controlled, due not least to the extensive monitoring measures and high quality assurance of the water utilities.