Water technology company Xylem is all set to exhibit its water and wastewater technology at the 2022 edition of the Water, Energy, Technology and Environment Exhibition (WETEX) and Dubai Solar Show
Xylem?s best-performing N-impeller for wastewater plants will be on display at Hall 8, Booth 8-C5 and D5 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre from 27-29 September. Touted as being the first motor that can be used across industrial applications, even underwater, Xylem developed N-impeller with a view to monitor and troubleshoot critical wastewater challenges by providing 50% more real-time data to ensure plant operators reduce unplanned maintenance due to clogging and debris buildup.
Moreover, Xylem?s technology reduced energy consumption by 25% and the same technology reduces the cost of unplanned call-outs, which translates into big savings over an extended period.
Also making an appearance is the newly launched MAS801 ? an efficient monitoring tool under the Flygt label that uses a 24/7 on-site overview of pump data and continuous station health checks to detect failures. The tools feature remote accessibility and can collect data and predict optimal pump servicing.
At the event, Xylem will showcase its network sensor Cordonel that can be used across a wide range of utility applications as well as large commercial, industrial and agricultural applications.
Some of the other latest solutions that Xylem will be presenting include Lowara GHV variable speed booster set, Leopold Filter underdrain, Wedeco-UV system (Duron/channel type) and Spectrophotometer photoLab 7600 UV-VIS.