We are conducting research into the pipes, fittings, valves and accessories used for residential and commercial potable water systems in the united states. We’re hoping to speak with current or former owners / employees of plumbing wholesale companies who can talk knowledgeably about common product margins and/or multipliers by product category. +2 Other Responses
Water Treatment - Food And Beverage Market
Our firm requires multiple experts who are able to share their insights on water treatment technologies and applications for the food and beverage market.
We would be interested in speaking with someone familiar with the current uf, nf, ro products & suppliers and can provide an overview of heat sanitized elements, its protocols, challenges, gaps, or issues. Preferably, experts who are directly involved in using /operating water treatment in food & beverage companies. Also, smes' currently from water system integrators. Who design & build water treatment systems for food & beverage
this would be for a 1-hour paid phone consult. To demonstrate your relevance, please consider briefly answering the questions below:
1. Can you share the extent of your experience in handling water treatment requirements for the food & beverage market? Kindly indicate the number of years in the industry.
2. Please specify your role and food & beverage companies that you were engaged with, particularly for water treatment projects in this space.
3. Would you be able to discuss and share your insights on the gaps and challenges of water treatment technologies and applications? Please provide examples of water technologies that you have used.
**please note that we are only interested in your personal point of view and are not seeking confidential information.
***referrals are highly appreciated.+41 Other Responses
Water Supply Distribution Network
Experts seeking - expert in design and operation of water supply distribution network.
Description - we are operating a distribution network of 30 to 50 yrs old with intermittent supply of an average 3 - 4 hours supply. In some of the areas there are steep slopes where i have seen engineers telling all the water will go down and the down stream people (people living at lower elevation) get sufficient water where as upstream people (people residing at higher elevation) will not get much water i.E, they will get the water only when they throttle the valve of the pipe supplying water to down stream side.
How to address this issue while designing a water distribution network when there is an elevation difference between of 20 to 30 m?
People residing at the lower elevation receive water with more discharge through their house service connection. But people residing at higher elevation receive very low discharge. How to tackle with this to provide uniform supply of water.?
kindly guideme...+10 Other Responses