Gravimetric outweighs volumetric for controlled feeding
Weighbelt feeders accurately meter lime pebbles into a waterworks' slurry slakers.
In 1867, the Minneapolis Water Works was established to provide water for fighting fires throughout the city. Five years later, a single pump was installed to supply drinking water. Over the next 125 years, the waterworks developed into a system of reservoirs, pumping stations, treatment facilities, and more than 1,000 miles of pipes with total assets in excess of $1 billion.