We are pleased to announce that Alexander Jannen, P.E. has joined IC&EE, LLC as a Project Engineer. Alex is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Welcome aboard, Alex! Joseph Guagno President … [Read more...] about WELCOME ALEXANDER JANNEN
We are pleased to announce that Nicholas Mantis has joined IC&EE, LLC. Nick is a 2013 graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a BS in Electrical Engineering. Joseph Guagno President … [Read more...] about WELCOME NICHOLAS MANTIS
We are pleased to announce that Jesse Acevedo has joined IC&EE, LLC as an Engineer. Jesse is a graduate of Drexel University. Welcome aboard Jesse! Joseph Guagno President … [Read more...] about WELCOME JESSE ACEVEDO
IC&EE is delighted to welcome back Glenn Doggett, P.E. who will be joining our team this summer. Mr. Doggett previously worked with IC&EE as a Project Manager. He returned to teaching. He has been assisting us on projects on an as-needed basis through the school year. Now that the school year has ended, he will be working with us on a near full-time basis until the beginning of the fall semester. Welcome back, Glenn! Joseph Guagno President … [Read more...] about WELCOME BACK GLENN DOGGETT, P.E.
General This document is meant to address selection of UPS for process control or SCADA applications. There are numerous other applications for UPS for example, data centers and hospitals that are not covered by this document. Needs Assessment It is first important to define and detail the needs that are to be satisfied by the UPS. After the needs are defined, the various types of UPS systems available can be evaluated to determine which provides the best fit solution. Asking yourself a … [Read more...] about SELECTING THE PROPER UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLIES (UPS)
Abstract Plumstead Township, PA achieved significant reductions in electric and maintenance costs by implementing a multi-project upgrade of their potable water system. Integrating several independent water systems within the Township, combined with re-engineering the system infrastructure and implementing supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) resulted in significant reductions in energy cost, labor and maintenance. The projects included: Constructing an elevated water storage … [Read more...] about WATER SYSTEM REDUCES ENERGY COST BY INTEGRATION, AUTOMATION & INFRASTRUCTURE RE-ENGINEERING
Introduction Energy is one of the largest budget items for water and wastewater facilities. An energy audit, is an examination of a facility’s energy uses. Once energy use is identified the costs of the energy being used can be identified. Next, recommendations to reduce energy uses and costs, called Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) can be identified. ECMs generally include equipment and operational changes. We will discuss: What is an Energy Audit? How is an Energy Audit … [Read more...] about ENERGY AUDITING WATER AND WASTEWATER FACILITIES
Energy accounts for about one third of the operating budget for drinking water and wastewater systems. It’s a facility’s largest controllable budget item so it’s a logical place to look for savings. The most important step in reducing energy costs is to have a good understanding of where the energy is being used in the facility. The first step is to conduct an energy audit to: evaluate possible operational adjustments and concepts; conserve energy and save money; and maintain or improve … [Read more...] about ENERGY AUDITS: BENEFITING YOUR DRINKING WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY