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Teledyne BlueView, EIVA release underwater imaging software

Underwater imaging technology manufacturer Teledyne BlueView and engineering company EIVA have released a new scanning system designed to quickly assess underwater surfaces.

Redesigned HydroWorld.com Video Gallery

Hydropower news and information, and interesting promotional announcements are now available in a convenient, redesigned location: the HydroWorld.com Video Gallery. 

Netting products installed at multiple hydroelectric facilities

Netting systems supplied by Pacific Netting Products have been installed at several hydroelectric facilities in North America.

Alstom teams up with Atlantium for invasive species prevention technology

Global manufacturer Alstom has signed a bilateral agreement with Israel's Atlantium Technologies Ltd. to expand the use of an ultraviolet (UV) ray water treatment process in its hydropower equipment.

Parker Hannifin introduces portable purification system for hydropower projects

Equipment manufacturer Parker Hannifin released a new portable purification system with applications in the hydroelectric power sector at the recent POWER-GEN International conference and exhibition in Orlando.

American Babbitt delivers two bearings for Bonneville hydropower project rehab

West Virginia-based manufacturer American Babbitt Bearing has completed and delivered two turbine guide bearings for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' First Powerhouse and Bonneville Dam.

Meggitt announces new product for mechanical equipment monitoring

Technology manufacturer Meggitt Sensing Systems has released a new monitoring system for turbines, machinery and balance-of-plant equipment.
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GE unveils new hydro turbine monitoring and protection solution at HydroVision International 2014

General Electric's Measurement & Control business launched its new Bently Nevada Advanced Distributed Architecture Platform Technology (ADAPT) 3701/46 Hydro Monitor earlier today at HydroVision International 2014 in Nashville, Tenn.
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GE unveils new exciter for 100 amp class applications

General Electric's Measurement & Control unit has announced a new excitation control system that builds upon the company's established Mark VIe line.