The Yaroslavl Water Canal

Figure 1 Dynamics of power by a similar scheme being modernized, and other utilities. For example, Yaroslavl water canal, one of the largest in Russia several years ago began a program of staged reconstruction, including replacement of obsolete and uneconomical equipment and dispatch pumping stations. As a result, today most of the pumping stations of the first, second and third climbs here are the installation type Hydro mpc and 2000. These step-up the installation with the cascade and the frequency management, consisting of several vertical multistage pumps, have the highest efficiency. Modern controllers and remote access systems allow you to control the pumping station without the presence of personnel, as well as store and transfer the necessary information, such as power failure or other emergency situations. Together all this not only provides tangible savings, but and provides an opportunity to significantly reduce labor costs – to maintain communication and pumping stations are now required minimal staff, as connected to the system and sensors fire alarm and all the information about operation of pumping stations in the city is displayed on a single control panel in real time. Water treatment utilities basic tasks is not simply a supply of water, but training it to the specified standards parameters. However, due to the obvious environmental degradation almost everywhere in Russia (according to some sources of contamination of surface water up to 70%), cleaning and cooling water is becoming more complex technical problem. Until recently, the primary water treatment technology has been mechanical cleaning, followed by direct chlorination.