NCS Fluid Handling Systems the River diversion experts

NCS Fluid Handling Systems integrate water management systems in river diversions and creek bypasses and have pumping systems feed water treatment systems to eliminate sediment and heavy metals meeting provincial discharge criteria

NCS Fluid Handling Systems integrate water management systems in river diversions and creek bypasses and have pumping systems feed water treatment systems to eliminate sediment and heavy metals meeting provincial discharge criteria

NCS Fluid Handling Systems utilizes a variety of techniques for efficient river bypasses and creek diversions. River engineering, or hydrological engineering, is one of the most important aspects of the process; this involves evaluating the local watershed and terrain in order to identify potential sources for diversion and create a design for maximum effectiveness. River diversions require careful consideration of many factors such as water flow rates, water pressure, sediment transport, and erosion control. River bypasses are typically constructed using large-scale channelization works such as dams or levees that are designed to control where the river will flow and how much water will be diverted. On more complex projects, bridge structures may also be used to redirect flows.

In addition to channelization works, various tools are employed to ensure efficient operation of river bypass systems. The most common type of tool employed by NCS Fluid Handling Systems is submersible pumps; these pumps provide high levels of efficiency when transferring large amounts of water over long distances due to their ability to be submerged in the source material. Centrifugal pumps can also be used in some cases where higher pressure output is required for greater distances; however, these pumps must be regularly maintained in order to prevent damage from debris or other contaminants in the water supply.

When dealing with fish bearing waters, certain measures must be taken in order to ensure that provincial water quality discharge criteria are met. This includes monitoring dissolved oxygen levels upstream and downstream on a regular basis; if these oxygen levels drop below acceptable thresholds due to changes in turbidity or salinity related to upstream activities then corrective action may need to be taken by adjusting flow rates accordingly. Additionally, ultraviolet disinfection systems can also be used if required by specific regulations; these systems reduce microorganisms present within the system prior to release into receiving bodies of water. When installed correctly and maintained properly, UV disinfection systems provide effective treatment against harmful bacteria while maintaining necessary dissolved oxygen levels downstream after discharge has been completed.

Lastly, NCS Fluid Handling Systems also employs advanced control strategies such as closed-loop control systems that measure water levels using ultrasonic level sensors connected with an automated controller that adjusts flow rate accordingly in order to maintain optimal levels within the system at all times. Through careful evaluation and implementation of these types of technologies, NCS Fluid Handling Systems is able to ensure successful management of river bypasses and creek diversions projects while meeting provincial water quality discharge criteria for all involved fish bearing waters.