XylemKnowsH2o

XylemKnowsH2o is the social media component of Xylem – Applied Water Systems. We are here to discuss the world’s water issues. With innovative systems in almost every area of water handling, control, treatment and distribution, Xylem is deeply involved in the cycle of water.

We are focused on producing highly efficient products and systems that use less energy and provide environmental benefits to users and the communities in which they operate. Come, join the conversation – Let’s Solve Water…

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Getting The Lead Out Of Water Systems

Over the past few years, states have started to write legislation and code to phase out lead content from pipe, pipe fittings, and fixtures conveying potable water.

‘Pumping it Up‘ with a Performance Check List

Tips for pump maintenance are critical in ensuring that systems are running smoothly and preventing unscheduled downtime. Pumps that are not properly maintained can cause unnecessary stress on parts and premature obsolescence of the pumps.

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Plan for HVAC Lifecycle Performance During Design

HVAC systems for commercial buildings are expected to last 20 years or more. But improperly designed, installed, operated, or maintained systems last far less and cause a lot of expensive problems along the way.

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Some Helpful Tips For Optimizing Pump Efficiencies

optimizing pump efficiencies can significantly reduce operating costs. In some instances, it has the potential to achieve 30% to 70% improvements in energy and maintenance cost, while improving both pump and process reliability.

World Water Week Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary!

The week of September 5 marks the 20th Anniversary of World Water Week that takes place in Stockholm through September 11. Leaders from countries around the world come together with hundreds of global organizations to exchange ideas and foster new thinking about the world’s most urgent water-related issues.

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Welcome to ITT H2O Pros!

ITT H2O will engage anyone interested in innovative pumping systems in almost every area of water and fluids handling, control, treatment and distribution. If you’re a consulting/specifying engineer, engage! A contractor, engage! A plant manager, engage!

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HVAC & Plumbing Trade Talk

  HVAC & PLUMBING TRADE TALK J A N U A R Y   2 0 0 9 News for the Commercial, Residential and Wastewater Trade Ease the Installation of Heat Exchangers Save time and money using BPXTM Heat Exchangers with integral mounting tabs. Avoid the added expenses of welding, metal forming and fabricating using our optional integral mounting tabs.   Read More Four Types of

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What is the normal water line in a steam boiler?

All boiler manufacturers identify the “normal water line” in their instruction manuals. It is typically denoted as “NWL” and describes the height in inches from the bottom of the boiler up to this line. By not paying attention to the NWL, you can set yourself up for a whole lot of headaches. the manufacturers today

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Steam Pressure and Product Selection for Heat Transfer Systems

Choosing the operating pressure for a heat exchanger system is an important design decision. The choice of pressure will impact the selection of the heat exchanger and the steam trap for your application. In many cases, adequate performance can be obtained over a wide range of system pressures. However, failure to consider all of the

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The Top-Ten Dumb Things Contractors Do With Steam Heating Systems

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