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Xylem announces acquisition of MultiTrode Pty Ltd to enhance global water and wastewater monitoring and control offering

Posted on March 1, 2013 by Cathy Ross

Boca Raton, FL - Mar. 1, 2013 - MultiTrode is pleased to share with you the attached news release in which Xylem Inc. announces the acquisition of MultiTrode Pty Ltd.  

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Multitrode exhibits innovative wastewater control and monitoring solutions at WEFTEC 2012, Booth 2239

Posted on September 24, 2012 by Kristin Seigworth

Multitrode will exhibit its total system solution at WEFTEC 2012, the Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) 85th Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference.

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MultiSmart WITS DNP3 Certified

Posted on May 29, 2012 | Be the first to leave a comment

MultiTrode is pleased to announce that the MultiSmart Intelligent Pump Station Manager (iPSM) is now Water Industry Telemetry Standards (WITS) DNP3 Self Certified. WITS DNP3 allows increased flexibility and a reduction in operating costs which will benefit water utilities, companies, municipalities and their customers. To find out more about WITS DNP3 protocol please go to www.ukwits.org.

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VTScada Trial at Scottish Water

Posted on May 7, 2012 | Be the first to leave a comment

Scottish Water’s Innovations Group has commissioned a demonstration rig with which to evaluate a new hosted SCADA solution using the Multitrode MultiSmart™ pump station manager and Trihedral’s VTScada® monitoring & control software. “The intention is to demonstrate the state of the art SCADA technology by providing a portable self-contained rig that can be connected to live I/O in minutes and make that data available from almost anywhere,” says Trihedral’s Keith Donaldson.

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MultiTrode Partners with Gray Matter Systems

Posted on April 24, 2012 | Be the first to leave a comment

We are pleased to announce that MultiTrode, Inc., manufacturer of the MultiSmart intelligent Pump Station Manager and the Probe Level Sensor, and Gray Matter Systems, a leading provider of solutions for process automation, data management, and operations supervision, have teamed-up to better serve the Florida market. Gray Matter Systems is a trusted, customer-focused organization, and we are delighted to be working with them as our new channel partner in Florida.

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South West Water (UK) is exceptionally happy with the selection of Multitrode and installation of MultiSmarts

Posted on January 3, 2012 | Be the first to leave a comment

Jo Ecroyd, Programme Manager of SWW PUROS [South West Water (UK)], Phased Use of Remote Operating Systems, has granted permission for this public announcement. Quoting:

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MultiTrode Partners with WASCON

Posted on December 8, 2011

We are pleased to announce that MultiTrode Inc., manufacturer of the MultiSmart intelligent Pump Station Manager and the Probe Level Sensor, and Wascon, Inc., premier distributor for several major product lines, have teamed-up to better serve the Tennessee municipal market. Wascon is a trusted, customer-focused organization, and we're delighted to be working with them.

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MultiTrode wins SMART PUMP tender with South West Water

Posted on October 4, 2011

We are proud to announce that MultiTrode UK Ltd has been awarded an agreement by South West Water to supply 199 MultiSmart iPSM’s (Intelligent Pump Station Managers) under SWW’s PUROS Programme (Phased Utilisation of Remote Operating Systems).

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MultiSmart's Odor Removal Feature

Posted on April 18, 2011

Are your neighbors complaining about the smell coming out of your wet well? Do you want to save thousands of dollars by simply making a change to your MultiSmart iPSM configuration?

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Intelligently Monitoring and Improving Pump Performance

Posted on April 18, 2011

As countless numbers of municipalities are faced with cutbacks and reduced budgets, they are seeking smarter, more intelligent ways to manage rising electricity costs and submersible pump efficiency issues for their waste water collection systems. Currently submersible pumps consume a considerable amount of all the electricity used in municipal waste water applications, and during a pumps lifetime it will use roughly several times the initial purchase price of the pump in electricity. In addition while the need and cost of power is increasing, municipalities are also seeking alternatives to the traditional PLC/RTU combo that is generally unable to monitor flow, power usage, insulation resistance, hours run, voltage, current, and phased power, without hours of costly programming, integration fees, and various pieces of equipment. Luckily for municipalities there is a way to intelligently and effectively lower cost associated with pumps, while saving anywhere between 12-30% in power usage – MultiSmart The Worlds First Intelligent Pump Station Manager.

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