Tag: AMERICAN Flow Control

AFC SEMPER® RPM Used to Study New Fairfield, California Transmission Line

In March 2021, the city of Fairfield, California’s Water Division was tasked with commissioning a new 36-inch Cross Town Transmission Line (CTTL). The CTTL will enhance the already robust distribution system and better serve the water needs of the Water Division’s 33,000 customers. This new CTTL, however, will change the dynamics of the city’s current distribution system.

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AMERICAN Flow Control’s SEMPER™ RPM With “Lift and Shift” Capability Helps Lowcountry Regional Water Resolve System Pressure Issues

By using the AFC SEMPER RPM, the Lowcountry Regional Water System has been able to resolve low pressure complaints for an industrial user, monitor system-wide pressure and discover water hammer issues – all in about six months. “I can only imagine what we’ll find when we move the units around more and expand its usage,” said Engineer Kari Foy.

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AMERICAN® Products Support Paulding County’s 20-year Effort to Ensure Safe, Sustainable Drinking Water

More than 13 miles of AMERICAN ductile iron pipe and nearly two dozen AMERICAN Flow Control® resilient wedge gate valves with Flex-Ring® ends are playing an important role in providing safe, affordable drinking water to fast-growing Paulding County, Georgia, one of the only counties in the metro-Atlanta region without an independent water supply.

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