19 March 2019 - Blog
Isoil Industria SpA has recently introduced on the market the new line of MV255 battery-powered converters with...
Isoil Industria SpA has recently introduced on the market the new line of MV255 battery-powered converters with a built-in 3G modem, for use with its Isomag® electromagnetic flow meters.
The new converter represents the state of the art, as it derives from the decades gained by Isoil Industria. Among the innovative features we highlight the following:
- Advanced electronics with latest-generation microprocessor to guarantee greater computing power and better measurement stability;
- Possibility to power the converters with D Type alkaline batteries or with lithium batteries;
- BIV built-in verification of sensor status with release of a report
- Wireless communication with 3G modem via email or FTP
To guarantee the security of data transmitted by the flow meter, the Tansfer Layer Security (TLS) with server authentication was adopted. TLS is a protocol that allows data exchange in an indecipherable way to anyone who does not have a special key for the decryption contained in a “certificate” that is released by the server at the time of connection. The certificate has control fields that allow you to uniquely identify the identity of the server. The TLS protocol also ensures that no one can alter the data exchanged or stand between the server and the client without leaving a trace. So, TLS ensures not only that data is protected from unwanted glances, but also that they arrive unaffected to the recipient. As additional security, data can be compressed and protected with a 32-character key (256-bit).
In conclusion, the security of the data sent via wireless, together with the high metrology standard provided by the Isomag® electromagnetic flowmeters, which have MID certification, are a sure reference for the flow measurement needs in the aqueduct sector.
14 March 2019 - Blog
Data from Eurostat reveals EU’s 2020 energy efficiency target gap continues to widen
Data from Eurostat reveals EU’s 2020 energy efficiency target gap continues to widen. Energy usage in the European Union continued to increase for the third consecutive year: to 1 537 Mtoe in 2015, 1 547 Mtoe in 2016 and 1 561 Mtoe in 2017.
As you can see in the graphs below, in 2017, primary energy consumption in the EU was 5.3% above the efficiency target for 2020.
Final energy consumption reached 1 222 Mtoe, + 3.3% higher than to the 2020 target.
12 March 2019 - Blog
How water scarcity in agriculture can be addressed and turned into an opportunity for sustainable development, food and nutrition security? This question is the...
How water scarcity in agriculture can be addressed and turned into an opportunity for sustainable development, food and nutrition security? This question is the focus of the 1st WASAG International Forum on Water Scarcity in Agriculture, that will be held in Praia, Cabo Verde from 19 to 22 March 2019. The event is under the patronage of Cabo Verde, in collaboration with Italy and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Objectıves of the forum are the following:
- Raise awareness about the impacts of climate change, the importance of sustainable management on water in agriculture and of healthy ecosystems and their services.
- Identify the specific needs and agree on priority actions to address water scarcity in agriculture, focusing on SIDS and West African countries.
- Share experiences in addressing water scarcity in agriculture in the context of climate change.
- Establish collaboration between partners and stakeholders to ensure their commitment to finance priority actions.Mobilize resources to address the growing issues of water scarcity in agriculture in SIDS and the West African countries.
25 February 2019 - Blog
A new study has found that Earth’s subduction zones drag down roughly three times more water than previously estimated. The phenomenon has important implications...
A new study has found that Earth’s subduction zones drag down roughly three times more water than previously estimated. The phenomenon has important implications for the global water cycle.
To conduct this study, researchers of Washington University in St. Louis listened to over a year’s worth of Earth’s rumblings – right from ambient noise to actual earthquakes. For this, they used a network of 19 ocean-bottom seismographs deployed across the Mariana Trench, which is the deepest ocean trench in the world, along with seven island-based seismographs.
Scientists believe that most of the water that goes down at the trench comes back from the Earth into the atmosphere as water vapor when volcanoes erupt hundreds of miles away. But with the revised estimates of water from the new study, the amount of water going into the earth seems to greatly exceed the amount of water coming out. The fact that the amount of water dragged down into the crust isn’t equal to the amount spouted back suggests that there’s something about how water moves through the interior of Earth that scientists don’t yet understand and any more studies need to be focused on this aspect.
18 February 2019 - Blog
ISOIL will be present at REFRIGERA 2019, the first event dedicated exclusively to the entire industrial, commercial and logistics refrigeration chain
From the 20th to the 22nd of February, Refrigera fair will take place in Piacenza. It is the only national event dedicated exclusively to the entire industrial,...
From the 20th to the 22nd of February, Refrigera fair will take place in Piacenza. It is the only national event dedicated exclusively to the entire industrial, commercial and logistic refrigeration industry chain. The fairs offers the opportunity to meet the main suppliers of technologies, services, components machinery and services for operators in the sector. Conferences, seminars and workshops will focus mainly on new production technologies, processing and assembly, regulations, new components, as well as innovative materials, but will also address more general topics such as the launch of new products and their redesign, along with the main problems related to the quality of services provided, climate-friendly solutions, transport, regulations, training, cryogenics, etc.
ISOIL Industria will be present at Booth C73.
11 February 2019 - Blog
The increasing adoption of district heating systems coupled with rapid expansion of residential and commercial establishments will foster the heat meters market, that is...
The increasing adoption of district heating systems coupled with rapid expansion of residential and commercial establishments will foster the heat meters market, that is projected to reach USD 1,218.9 million by 2023. From an estimated USD 849.1 million in 2018, it will grow at a CAGR of 7.50%. Favorable government policies pertaining to energy efficiency along with growing concerns toward building emissions will favor the product penetration. However, increasing competition from alternative heating technologies and capital cost associated with heat meter operations could act as restraints for the market.
04 February 2019 - Blog
The next World Water day, on 22nd March, is about tackling the theme of water crisis by addressing the reasons why so many people...
The next World Water day, on 22nd March, is about tackling the theme of water crisis by addressing the reasons why so many people are being left behind. ‘Leaving no one behind’, adapts the central promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development that as sustainable development progresses, everyone must benefit.Today, billions of people are still living without safe water – their households, schools, workplaces, farms and factories struggling to survive and thrive.
30 January 2019 - Blog
The Ministry of Ecology and Environment said that China improved water quality in 2018, with more samples taken from river and lakes reaching standards...
The Ministry of Ecology and Environment said that China improved water quality in 2018, with more samples taken from river and lakes reaching standards fit for human use. The amount of “below grade V” water that cannot be used in either agriculture or industry fell by 1.6 percentage points to 6.7 percent in 2018. Though overall water quality has shown signs of improvement in recent years, progress has been uneven: while water quality in most of China’s major waterways including the Yellow, Huai, Yangtze and Pearl rivers improved in 2018, those in northeastern China such as the Liao and Songhua were found to be even more polluted than in 2017. Phosphorus and ammonium nitrate, which mainly come from industrial waste water, pesticides and organic fertilizers, were identified as the major pollutants of water pollution.
29 January 2019 - Blog
Thanks to the excellence, availability, efficiency, reliability, and great customer service provided by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), Dubai has made a new...
Thanks to the excellence, availability, efficiency, reliability, and great customer service provided by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), Dubai has made a new world record by reducing losses in its water networks to 6.6 per cent, the lowest in the world. The new achievement shows how Dubai Government organisations are surpassing their global counterparts. Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, the managing director and chief excecutive of Dewa, said: “Dewa’s latest achievement in reducing losses in water transmission and distribution networks, from 42 per cent in 1988, to 6.6 per cent, confirms the success of its strategy in preparing for the future through scientific planning, innovation, using the latest technologies in water production, transmission, and distribution, as well as control of water networks”.
22 January 2019 - Blog
The Water Atlas launched by UNESCO during the COP24 in Katowice (Poland) in december 2018 illustrates the significant reduction in glacier mass. happening throughout the...
The Water Atlas launched by UNESCO during the COP24 in Katowice (Poland) in december 2018 illustrates the significant reduction in glacier mass.
happening throughout the Andean region. Some of the lower-altitude glaciers of the tropical Andes could lose between 78 and 97% of their volume by the end of the century, reducing the region’s available freshwater resources. Most glaciers have been retreating for decades due to climate change, a problem that has been particularly acute in the tropical Andes since the 1950s. To meet the challenges of ensuring water security for the populations that depend on these glaciers, the Atlas makes a series of recommendations for policy makers in the region. It calls for better integration of scientific data into political decision-making, improved climate change monitoring infrastructure, integrated water resources management, and strengthened coordination between Andean countries.
Read the UNESCO Atlas here!
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