AC23 - Ultrasonic vs Radar vs Laser in Pumping Stations
Recorded On: 04/19/2023
CWEA Contact Hours: 1.2 contact hours towards CWEA, CSM, MT, EIT, AWTO certifications.
State Water Board Drinking Water Hours: 1.0
Reliable level control in remote pumping and lifting stations has continually proven to be a difficult task due to the dynamic nature of their construction and limitations of technology. We'll be examining the most common non-contacting forms of level measurement and recent developments in laser measurement.
determine what installation situations dictate what technology to use
differentiate operating principles of the technology presented
recognize common symptoms of field failures and how to address them
calculate cost justification based on existing budget, man hours, and complexity of the project
Addison Himes, III
Technical Specialist Level Measurement
I function as the US specialist for the ABB level measurement portfolio. Working with our channel partners, I plan and implement opportunities to grow our market share with end users. Market feedback and new product development projects are tasks that are constantly being communicated with the product management team.
John Witter, PE
John Witter obtained a Bachelor and Masters degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has worked for Carollo Engineers in Fresno, California for nearly five years. He has worked on a range of water and wastewater projects, with a focus on wastewater process planning and design.
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