Xylem has organised a series of Web Seminars with over 50 presentations on the company’s latest solutions, products and technological innovations for the water industry.
Xylem has divided the courses or presentations into a total of nine water management segments, ranging from the Municipal segment to Buildings and Industry. Each segment focuses on the main water cycle challenges currently facing the industry.
The sections devoted to the Municipal segment will address both drinking water and wastewater from the perspective of operations, distribution and facility design. The presentations in this segment will provide first-hand information on Xylem’s solutions and expertise in the areas of: maintenance, programmes and enhancement of existing facilities, ozone, UV, sand filters, pump stations, energy efficiency, control systems, temporary solutions, new legislation, facility design focusing on reliability and reduced energy consumption, static metering and leak inspection in pipes, how to prevent financial losses associated with potential leaks or meter accuracy, smart pumps and control systems to prevent clogging and improve efficiency, bioreactor energy optimisation, new infrastructures, prefabricated and optimised wells, and optimised design of aeration and mixing systems.
The section dedicated to Commercial and Residential Buildings will concentrate on all solutions aimed at optimising pumping and water treatment installations in buildings of all types.
The Industry segment will be divided into three blocks: Agriculture (pumping solutions, pump selection, calorimeters and supervision), Aquaculture (UV and ozone disinfection, water intake, water quality and monitoring), and Food and Beverages (disinfection, pumping, water metering, supervision and dosing).
From June 9 to July 16, interested parties can learn more about solutions, new challenges, technological innovations, legislation, case studies, leak reduction, digital twins, monitoring & control, cloud services, sustainability and many more topics. The presentations will take place between 09:00 and 13:00, and each will have a duration of one hour.