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Jquery Accordion "close Upon Opening"

Posted on 2011-10-08
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I am having trouble with the accordion widget.  I want it to be closed upon opening the page, but am having no luck getting it to.  I have posted the code below.  Please help..

THank you

$(function() {
                  var icons = {
                        header: "ui-icon-circle-arrow-e",
                        headerSelected: "ui-icon-circle-arrow-s"
                  };
                  $( "#app-accordion" ).accordion({
                        icons: icons,
                        autoHeight: false,
                        collapsible: true,
                  });
                  $( "#toggle" ).button().toggle(function() {
                        $( "#app-accordion" ).accordion( "option", "icons", true );
                  }, function() {
                        $( "#app-accordion" ).accordion( "option", "icons", icons );
                  });
            });
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Question by:solsticeint
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by:darren-w-
ID: 36936715
have you the css and html?
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by:solsticeint
ID: 36936731
Darren, yes...  I just figured that out.  I added the active: true and got that to work.  
$( "#app-accordion" ).accordion({
                        icons: icons,
                        autoHeight: false,
                        collapsible: true,
                        active: true,
                  });
Now it is icons in fron that I can not seem to get working.  Any thoughts here would be awesome.

Michael
/* Getting the new tags to behave */
article, aside, audio, canvas, command, datalist, details, embed, figcaption, figure, footer, header, hgroup, keygen, meter, nav, output, progress, section, source, video {display:block;}
mark, rp, rt, ruby, summary, time {display:inline;}

/* Global properties ======================================================== */
html {width:100%;}

body { 	 
	font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
	font-size:100%; 
	color:#3a3939;
	min-width:960px;
	background:url(../images/body-tail.gif) 0 0 repeat;
}

.bg {width:100%; background:url(../images/bg-top.jpg) center 0 no-repeat;}

.main {
	width:960px;
	padding:0;
	margin:0 auto;
	font-size:0.875em;
	line-height:1.0em;
}

#imapbuilder_div /* The <div> tag containing Flash map */
{
	margin: 0px;
}

a {color:#81a104; outline:none;}
a:hover {text-decoration:none;}

.col-1, .col-2 {float:left;}
.col-1 {width:298px;}

.wrapper {width:100%; overflow:hidden;}
.extra-wrap {overflow:hidden;}
 
p {margin-bottom:18px; font-family:'UbuntuRegular', Arial, sans-serif; line-height:1.5em;} /* JB */
.p0 {margin-bottom:0px;}
.p1 {
	margin-bottom:2px;
}
.p2 {margin-bottom:15px;}
.p3 {margin-bottom:30px;}
.p4 {
	margin-bottom:5px;
}
.p5 {margin-bottom:50px;}
.p6 {margin-bottom:68px;}

.reg {text-transform:uppercase;}

.fleft {float:left;}
.fright {float:right;}

.alignright {text-align:right;}
.aligncenter {text-align:center;}

.title {margin-bottom:18px;}

.it {font-style:italic;}

.letter {letter-spacing:-1px;}

.color-1 {color:#fff;}
.color-2 {color:#000;}
.color-3 {color:#81a104;}

.index {
	position:relative;
	z-index:2;
}

.frame {
	padding:1px;
	background:#efefef;
}

/*********************************boxes**********************************/
.margin-bot {margin-bottom:35px;}

.spacing {margin-right:35px;}

.indent {padding:9px 0 0 0;}
.indent2 {padding-left:50px;}
.indent3 {padding-left:12px;}
.indent-bot {margin-bottom:20px;}
.indent-bot2 {margin-bottom:30px;}
.indent-bot3 {margin-bottom:45px;}

.img-indent-bot {margin-bottom:25px;}
.img-indent {float:left; margin:0 20px 0px 0;}	
.img-indent2 {float:left; margin:0 13px 0px 0;}	
.img-indent3 {float:left; margin:0 8px 0px 0;}	
.img-indent-r {float:right; margin:0 0px 0px 40px;}	

.prev-indent-bot {margin-bottom:10px;}	

.buttons a:hover {cursor:pointer;}

.menu li a,
.list-1 li a,
.list-2 li a,
.link, .button,
.logo {text-decoration:none;}	

/*********************************header*************************************/
header {
	min-height:100px;
	width:100%;
	position:relative;
	z-index:2;
	background:url(../images/header-bg.jpg) center 0 no-repeat;
}
	#page1 header {
	min-height:620px;
}

h1 {
	position:relative;
	background:url(../images/logo.png) 0px 10px no-repeat;
	padding-top: 150px;
	padding-right: 0;
	padding-bottom: 0;
	padding-left: 0;
}

	
.register-list {
	float:right;
	margin:10px 0 0;
	padding:2px 5px 0 0;
}
	.register-list li {
		font-size:13px;
		float:left;
		padding-top: 0;
		padding-right: 0;
		padding-bottom: 0;
		padding-left: 25px;
	}
		.register-list li a{display:block; background:url(../images/lock.png) no-repeat 0 0; color:#000; padding:6px 0 6px 30px; text-decoration:none;}
		.register-list li a:hover{color:#334618; text-decoration:underline;}
			.register-list li:first-child a{background:url(../images/manuals.png) no-repeat 0 0;}
			.register-list .manuals{}
			.register-list .login{}

.menu-shadow {
	width:100%;
	height:15px;
	background-image: url(../images/menu-shadows.png);
	background-repeat: no-repeat;
	background-position: 0 0;
}

/***** slider *****/
#slider-wrapper {
	background:#fff;
	width:930px;
	height:440px;
	padding:20px 0 0 20px;
	margin:0 auto;
	border-radius:8px;
	-moz-border-radius:8px;
	-webkit-border-radius:8px;
	position:relative;
	z-index:1;
}

#slider {
	position:relative;
	width:609px;
	float:left;
	margin-right:4px;
}
#slider img {
	position:absolute;
	top:0px;
	left:0px;
	display:none;
}
#slider a {
	border:0;
	display:block;
}

.nivo-controlNav {
	position:absolute;
	right:1px;
	bottom:1px;
	padding:0 12px 11px 0;
	background:url(../images/slider-control-shadow.png) 0 bottom no-repeat;
	z-index:99;
}
.nivo-controlNav a {
	display:block;
	width:20px;
	height:20px;
	background:url(../images/pagination.png) 0 top no-repeat;
	text-indent:-9999px;
	border:0;
	margin-left:1px;
	float:left;
}
.nivo-controlNav a.active, .nivo-controlNav a:hover {
	background-position:0 bottom;
}
.slider-shadow {
	width:100%;
	height:30px;
	background:url(../images/slider-shadow.png) 0 0 no-repeat;
}
/*********************************content*************************************/
#content {
	width:100%; 
	padding:20px 0 100px 0;
	position:relative;
	z-index:1;
	background:#fff;
	font-family:Arial, sans-serif;
}

.spacer-1 {
	width:100%; 
	background:url(../images/pic-1.gif) 217px 0 repeat-y;
}


h2 {
	font-size:29px; 
	line-height:1.2em; 
	margin:0 0 20px 0; 
	color:#000;
}
h3 {
	font-size:24px; 
	line-height:1.2em; 
	margin:0 0 15px 0; 
	color:#000;
}
h4 {
	font-size:23px;
	line-height:1.2em;
	margin:0 0 15px 0;
	color:#FFFFFF;
}
h6 {
	line-height:18px;
	text-transform:uppercase;
	color:#87ab01;
	font-weight:normal;
}
	#page3 h6 {margin-bottom:5px}

.border-bot {
	width:100%; 
	padding-bottom:15px; 
	background:url(../images/pic-1.png) 0 bottom repeat-x;
}
.border-bot2 {
	width:100%; 
	padding-bottom:10px; 
	background:url(../images/pic-1.png) 0 bottom repeat-x;
}

.box {
	margin:30px 0 0 0;
	padding:33px 30px 20px 25px;
	border:1px solid #f1f0f0;
	background:url(../images/quote.png) 23px 13px no-repeat #f6f6f6;
	border-radius:10px;
	-moz-border-radius:10px;
	-webkit-border-radius:10px;
}

.button {
	display:inline-block; 
	font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
	font-size:12px;
	font-weight:bold;
	line-height:22px;
	padding:0 29px;
	color:#fff; 
	background-color: #ebab02;
	background-image: -webkit-gradient(linear, left top, left bottom, from(#ecad02), to(#e79e01)); /* Saf4+, Chrome */
	background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(top, #ecad02, #e79e01); /* Chrome 10+, Saf5.1+ */
	background-image:    -moz-linear-gradient(top, #ecad02, #e79e01); /* FF3.6 */
	background-image:     -ms-linear-gradient(top, #ecad02, #e79e01); /* IE10 */
	background-image:      -o-linear-gradient(top, #ecad02, #e79e01); /* Opera 11.10+ */
	background-image:         linear-gradient(top, #ecad02, #e79e01);
	-pie-background: 			linear-gradient(#ecad02, #e79e01);
	border-radius:9px;
	-moz-border-radius:9px;
	-webkit-border-radius:9px;
	cursor:pointer;
}
	
	.button:hover, #register .button {
		background:#5d9700;
		-pie-background: linear-gradient(#5d9700, #5d9700);
	}
 /* JB */
.footnotes ol{}
	.footnotes li{list-style-type:decimal; margin:0 0 5px 20px; font-family:'UbuntuRegular', Arial, sans-serf; font-size:11px;}
.table-approvals{width:100%; margin:0 0 10px;}
	.table-approvals th, .table-approvals td{padding:5px; border:1px solid #fff; border-collapse:collapse; font-family:'UbuntuRegular', Arial, sans-serif;}
	.table-approvals th{background:#ae9668; text-align:left;}
	.table-approvals td{background:#c8b899; font-size:13px;}
	.table-approvals th.title{padding:10px; font-size:18px;}
	.table-approvals .bg-green{background:#afba85;}
	
.table-applications{width:100%; margin:0 0 10px;}
	
/* Tabs */
ul.tabs {
	margin: 0;
	padding: 0;
	float: left;
	list-style: none;
	height: 32px;
	width: 100%;
}
ul.tabs li {
	float: left;
	margin: 0;
	padding: 0;
	height: 31px;
	line-height: 31px;
	border: 1px solid #405a1d;
	border-left: none;
	margin-bottom: -1px;
	overflow: hidden;
	position: relative;
	background-color: #557527;
	background-image: -webkit-gradient(linear, left top, left bottom, from(#557527), to(#405a1d)); /* Saf4+, Chrome */
	background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(top, #557527, #405a1d); /* Chrome 10+, Saf5.1+ */
	background-image:    -moz-linear-gradient(top, #557527, #405a1d); /* FF3.6 */
	background-image:     -ms-linear-gradient(top, #557527, #405a1d); /* IE10 */
	background-image:      -o-linear-gradient(top, #557527, #405a1d); /* Opera 11.10+ */
	background-image:         linear-gradient(top, #557527, #405a1d);
	-pie-background: 			linear-gradient(#557527, #405a1d);
}
ul.tabs li.first{
	border-left:1px solid #405a1d;
	-moz-border-radius:5px 0 0 0;
	-webkit-border-radius:5px 0 0 0;
	border-radius:5px 0 0 0;
}
ul.tabs li.first a{
	-moz-border-radius:5px 0 0 0;
	-webkit-border-radius:5px 0 0 0;
	border-radius:5px 0 0 0;
}
ul.tabs li.last, ul.tabs li.last a{
	-moz-border-radius:0 5px 0 0;
	-webkit-border-radius:0 5px 0 0;
	border-radius:0 5px 0 0;
}
ul.tabs li a {
	text-decoration: none;
	color: #fff;
	display: block;
	font-size: 14px;
	padding: 0 20px;
	border: 1px solid #aaba93;
	outline: none;
}
ul.tabs li a:hover {
	background: #405a1d;
}
ul.inner-tabs{display:block; width:100%; overflow:auto;}
ul.inner-tabs li{
	float:left;
	background-color:#a4a4a4;
	background-image: -webkit-gradient(linear, left top, left bottom, from(#a4a4a4), to(#888888)); /* Saf4+, Chrome */
	background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(top, #a4a4a4, #888888); /* Chrome 10+, Saf5.1+ */
	background-image:    -moz-linear-gradient(top, #a4a4a4, #888888); /* FF3.6 */
	background-image:     -ms-linear-gradient(top, #a4a4a4, #888888); /* IE10 */
	background-image:      -o-linear-gradient(top, #a4a4a4, #888888); /* Opera 11.10+ */
	background-image:         linear-gradient(top, #a4a4a4, #888888);
	-pie-background: 			linear-gradient(#a4a4a4, #888888);
	border:1px solid #535353;
	border-left:1px solid #b8b8b8;
}
	ul.inner-tabs li.first{
		border-left-color:#535353;
		-moz-border-radius:5px 0 0 5px;
		-webkit-border-radius:5px 0 0 5px;
		border-radius:5px 0 0 5px;
	}
	ul.inner-tabs li.first a{
		-moz-border-radius:5px 0 0 5px;
		-webkit-border-radius:5px 0 0 5px;
		border-radius:5px 0 0 5px;
	}
	ul.inner-tabs li.last, ui.inner-tabs li.last a{
		-moz-border-radius:0 5px 5px 0;
		-webkit-border-radius:0 5px 5px 0;
		border-radius:0 5px 5px 0;
	}
ul.inner-tabs li:hover{background:#555; background-image:none;}
ul.inner-tabs li.active{background:#555;}
ul.inner-tabs li a{display:block; color:#fff; padding:5px; border-top:1px solid #b8b8b8; text-decoration:none; text-shadow:0 -1px #464646;}
html ul.tabs li.active, html ul.tabs li.active a:hover{ 
	background: #fff;
	border-bottom: 1px solid #fff;
}
html ul.tabs li.active a{color:#464646; font-weight:bold; font-size:16px; border-color:#fff;}
.tab_container{
	border: 1px solid #405a1d;
	overflow: hidden;
	clear: both;
	float: left; width: 100%;
	background: #fff;
	-moz-border-radius:0 5px 5px 5px;
	-webkit-border-radius:0 5px 5px 5px;
	border-radius:0 5px 5px px;
}
.tab_content{
	padding: 20px;
	font-size: 14px;
}
.inner-tab_content{margin:10px 0 0;}
.divider{background:#999; height:1px; margin:5px 0;}
#flyer, #key-features, #applications, #overview, #data-sheets{font-family:'UbuntuRegular', Arial, sans-serif;}
#flyer > table{width:100%;}
#flyer h2, #flyer h3{font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;}
#flyer .copyright{font-size:11px; text-align:center;}
#flyer .specs ol li, #flyer .benefits ol li{list-style-type:decimal; margin:0 0 5px 20px; font-size:12px;}
#flyer .style.continued table p{background:#f8f8f8; min-height:125px; margin:5px; padding:5px; font-size:14px; line-height:20px;}
#flyer .benefits ul li{list-style-type:square; margin:0 0 10px 25px; font-size:13px;}
#key-features li{margin:0 0 10px 25px; font-family:'UbuntuRegular', Arial, sans-serif;}
	#key-features ol li{list-style-type:decimal;}
	#key-features ul li{list-style-type:square; line-height:20px;}
#applications li{margin:0 0 10px 25px; font-family:'UbuntuRegular', Arial, sans-serif;}
	#applications ol li{list-style-type:decimal;}
	#applications ul li{list-style-type:square;}
#data-sheets table{width:100%; margin:0 0 10px;}
#data-sheets img{display:block; margin:0 auto;}
#data-sheets tr td:first-child{font-weight:bold;}
	#data-sheets td{padding:5px;}
	#data-sheets .general th{padding:5px;}
	#data-sheets .general td{border-bottom:1px dotted #ccc;}
	#data-sheets .divider{background:#339965; height:5px;}
	#data-sheets .details td{border:2px solid #ccc; padding:5px; vertical-align:middle; text-align:center;}
.product{margin:0 0 75px;}
.product h2{color:#537326;}
.product p{color:#464646;}
.product-img{float:right; margin:0 0 20px 20px; padding:5px; border:1px solid #ccc;}
nav{margin-top:18px;}
::selection{background:#aaba93; color:#fff;}
::-moz-selection{background:#aaba93; color:#fff;}
area{background:#000;}

.list-1 li {
	line-height:30px;  
	font-style:italic;
	padding-left:30px;
	background:url(../images/marker-4.gif) 0 6px no-repeat;
}
	.list-1 li a {
		display:inline-block;
		color:#81a104;
	}
		.list-1 li a:hover {
			color:#f2a901;
			text-decoration:underline;
		}

.list-2 li {
	font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
	font-size:13px; 
	line-height:36px; 
	padding-left:9px; 
	background:url(../images/pic-2.png) 0 bottom repeat-x;
}
	.list-2 li a {
		display:inline-block; 
		color:#bad359; 
		padding-left:9px; 
		background:url(../images/marker-6.gif) 0 16px no-repeat;
	}
		.list-2 li a:hover {color:#fff333;}
	.list-2 li a span {display:inline-block; cursor:pointer;}
	.list-2 .last-item {background:none;}

.list-3 li {
	line-height:20px;  
	font-style:italic;
	padding-left:15px;
	background:url(../images/marker-3.gif) 0 6px no-repeat;
}
	.list-3 li a {
		display:inline-block;
		color:#81a104;
	}
		.list-3 li a:hover {
			color:#f2a901;
			text-decoration:underline;
		}
		
.list-4 li {
	font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
	font-size:13px; 
	font-weight:bold;
	line-height:25px; 
	padding-left:9px; 
	background:url(../images/pic-2.png) 0 bottom repeat-x;
}
	.list-4 li a {
		display:inline-block; 
		color:#2d3804; 
		padding-left:9px; 
		background:url(../images/marker-6.gif) 0 16px no-repeat;
	}
		.list-4 li a:hover {color:#c08837;}
	.list-4 li a span {display:inline-block; cursor:pointer;}
	.list-4 .last-item {background:none;}
.list-6 li {
	background:url(../images/marker-5.gif) 0 6px no-repeat;
	padding-left:20px;
	line-height:22px;  
	font-style:normal;
}

.link:hover {text-decoration:underline;} 

.link-1 {
	display:inline-block !important; 
	font-size:14px; 
	line-height:19px;
	text-indent:-5000px;
	padding-right:15px; 
	background:url(../images/marker-3.gif) right 8px no-repeat;
}
	.link-1:hover {color:#fff;} 
.link-2 {
	display:inline-block; 
	padding-right:10px; 
	color:#e6a003;
	font-style:italic;
	background:url(../images/marker-5.gif) right 7px no-repeat;
}
	.link-2:hover {
		padding-right:15px;
		text-decoration:none;
	}
	*+html .link-2:hover {padding-right:10px;}
	.link-2:hover {padding-right:10px\0/;}
.link-3 {
	display:inline-block; 
	padding-left:33px; 
	color:#e6a003;
	font-style:italic;
	background:url(../images/RSS.gif) 0 0px no-repeat;
}
	.link-3:hover {
		text-decoration:none;
	}

.text-1 {
	font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
	font-size:12px;
	color:#000;
	font-weight:bold;
	text-transform:uppercase;
	margin-bottom:5px;
	} 
.text-2 {
	font-size:24px; 
	line-height:54px;
	color:#fff;
	margin:0;
	padding-left:21px;
	background:url(../images/text2-bg.png) 0 0 no-repeat;
	position:relative;
	z-index:2;
}  
.text-3 {
	font-family:'UbuntuRegular', Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
	font-size:14px;
	line-height: 22px;
	color:#2f2e2e;
	font-weight:normal
	margin-bottom:15px;
	} 
span.ref {float:left; width:100px;}

/* Contact form */
#contact-form {
	position:relative;
	vertical-align:top;
	width:100%;
	z-index:1;
	}
	#contact-form fieldset {
		border:none;
		padding:0;
		}
		#contact-form .field {
			overflow:hidden;
			padding:0 0 8px 0;
			}
			
			#contact-form input {
				width:370px;
				line-height:1.2em;
				padding:6px 10px; 
				margin:0;
				background:none;
				border:1px solid #dedede;
				font-family:"Trebuchet MS", Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
				font-size:14px;
				color:#979797;
				border-radius:12px;
				-moz-border-radius:12px;
				-webkit-border-radius:12px;
			}
			#contact-form .area .error { float:none;}
			#contact-form textarea {
				width:570px;
				height:180px;
				font-family:"Trebuchet MS", Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
				font-size:14px;
				color:#979797;
				padding:7px 10px; 
				margin:0;
				overflow:auto;
				line-height:1.2em;
				background:none;
				border:1px solid #dedede;
				font-family:"Trebuchet MS", Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
				font-size:14px;
				color:#979797;
				border-radius:12px;
				-moz-border-radius:12px;
				-webkit-border-radius:12px;
			}
				#contact-form a {
					cursor:pointer;
					}
				#contact-form .alignright {
					padding-top:12px;
					}
					#contact-form small {
						color:red;
						font-weight:bold;
						padding:0 0 0 5px;
						}
			#contact-form label {
				padding:0 0 0px 10px;
				display:inline-block;
				color:#F00;
				}
				#contact-form .error {
					color:#f00;
					font-size:11px;
					line-height:1.23em;
					display:none;
					overflow:hidden;
				}
		.buttons-wrapper { padding-top:20px; }
		.buttons-wrapper a { margin-right:6px;}
		
/*****accordion*****/
dl#accordion {
	  list-style-type:none;
	  margin: 0;
	  padding: 0;
	  width:100%;
	  overflow:hidden;
	}

	dl#accordion a {
	  display: block;
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          <h3 class="border-bot">Environmental Applications</h3>
          <P>Select your area of interest below</P>
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        <h3><a href="#">AERATION FLOW – Waste Water Treatment</a></h3>
        <div>
          <p>The use of blower Air (Aeration Flow) is necessary to oxygenate the aeration basins to assist in the process of breaking down municipal waste. While a dissolved oxygen meter (DO meter) provides the primary signal to assure that conditions are optimal for bacterial growth, it is the Air flow that provides the oxygen that maintains the proper environment for breaking down the raw sewage. Furthermore, closely controlling the aeration process can reduce energy consumption by as much as 25%, and accurate measurement is critical to achieving this goal. </p>
          <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters are ideal to monitor the main blower Air header as well as the branches leading to the aeration basin. In larger systems, even the drop lines can be monitored. By monitoring the Air Mass Flow and feeding back the data to a blower control system, the proper DO level can be achieved resulting in optimal bio-chemical reaction and hence more effective sludge breakdown, as well as better odor control. Furthermore, effective control of the blowers can reduce energy costs by as much as 25% (in contrast to manually adjusting the blowers, or at some older plants, leaving the blowers on permanently). The fast response time, ease-of-installation, and low pressure drop of the Sage TMFM, offers an ideal solution to Waste Water control.</p>
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        <h3><a href="#">BIOGAS</a></h3>
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          <p>Ethanol production is a complex process involving both fermentation tanks and distillation tanks. Thermal Mass Flow Meters can measure the flow of air and fuel going into the distillation tanks to improve the air/ fuel ratio. Better combustion control improves boiler efficiency and helps reduce emissions. Also, Mass Flow Meters can measure the CO2 leaving the fermentation tanks when required for Environmental compliance or to help assess process inefficiencies.</p>
          <p>Sage Insertion Style Thermal Mass Flow Meters are easy to install in existing boiler lines, and their wide turndown and fast response to flow changes provide an ideal solution to help optimize the combustion efficiency associated with the distillation process. The Sage Flow Meters have negligible pressure drop, and can handle very low flows, such as vent gases from the process.</p>
        </div>
        <h3><a href="#">CHLORINE GAS - MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT</a></h3>
        <div>
          <p>Municipal water districts and waste water treatment facilities use chlorine to disinfect water. Proper, real-time control of the proper concentration of chlorine is critical for the effectiveness and safety of the operation. </p>
          <p>Sage In-Line Style Thermal Mass Flow Meters, with optional Hastelloy construction (all wetted parts) can provide real time flow rate data to properly control the Chlorine dosage for optimal water purification. </p>
        </div>                        
        <h3><a href="#">DIGESTER GAS – Farming Operations</a></h3>
        <div>
          <p>Digester Gas from farming and other agricultural operations is generated from the breakdown of livestock waste when the gas is captured within a large plastic cover, known as a digester. The manure decomposes in the absence of oxygen. Normally, the decomposition of livestock waste on farming operations or dairies, results in vast sums of methane naturally venting to the atmosphere. However, by capturing this methane with an anaerobic digester, the biochemical reaction converts the methane into a mix of 65% methane and 35% carbon dioxide. A digester system can provide a source of fuel for heating or generating electricity. It also reduces greenhouse gas emission since methane with is 21 times more potent than carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas. There are hundreds of farming operations which reduce greenhouse gas emissions and accrue emissions credits to meet the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) reporting standards, the US Livestock Project Protocol or to comply with Kyoto protocols.</p>
          <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters helps quantify the emissions that are saved by measuring the mass flow rate, even at very low flows, and by providing a very easy way to conduct the required periodic calibration field checks with its unique In-Situ Calibration procedure. In addition, Sage provides flare gas Flow Meters, engine Flow Meters, and a variety of other Thermal Mass Flow Meters that are involved in digester gas monitoring and reporting.</p>
        </div>
        <h3><a href="#">DIGESTER GAS – Waste Water Treatment</a></h3>
        <div>
          <p>Digester Gas (typically 65% methane and 35% carbon dioxide) is produced when organic matter, such as raw sewage, decomposes in the absence of oxygen. Modern WWTP processes incorporate digester gas flow measurement systems for the plant's process performance and control, as well as a source of fuel to generate engines for supplemental plant power. The excess gas can run onsite generators or pumps, and in some cases is added to a larger power grid. </p>
          <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters are ideal for monitoring the Digester Gas Flow Rate of the WWTP digesters to improve overall system balance and operation, as well as to measure the flow rate of gas for co-generation systems, to measure the amount of excess gas being stored, and to monitor flare gas to comply with environmental regulations and/ or to report on greenhouse gas reduction credits.</p>
        </div>
          <h3><a href="#">ETHANOL DISTILLATION & REFINING</a></h3>
        <div>
          <p>At large Municipal Waste Water Treatment Plants deodorizing of the aeration basins may be required. This can be achieved by blending a controlled quantity of a fragrancing agent with Oxygen. The fragrance infused Oxygen, is then injected directly into the aeration basins as a deodorant, which minimizes the effect on nearby communities.</p>
          <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters provide an accurate, real time measurement of the Mass Flow Rate of the Oxygen, so the dosage of the fragrancing agent can be controlled.</p>
        </div>
        <h3><a href="#">FLARE GAS</a></h3>
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          <p>Oil Refineries, Well Drilling Operations (such as Off Shore Oil Rigs), Waste Water Treatment plants Chemical Processing plants, Natural Gas plants, and Landfills are but a sampling of applications where waste gases are flared. Flares are subject to stringent regulations, requiring operators to measure, record and report the amount of flared gases. Requirements to monitor the flow rate and consumption of Flare gas may involve measurement at points within a complex series of feeder and header pipes, as well as the actual Flare stack. In addition, monitoring of the flare output provides important information for process control.</p>
          <p>Sage Insertion Style Thermal Mass Flow Meters provide the wide turndown required to cover both the extremely low flows (low velocities) associated with normal venting, as well as the extremely high flow (high velocities) associated with an upset condition). Their fast response to flow changes, low pressure drop, and reproducibility, are important characteristics for a Flare application. In addition, Sage Flow Meters provide the customer with a unique In-Situ calibration Check at a "No Flow" (0 SCFM) condition. This important procedure, assures that the Flow Meter has retained the original NIST Traceable calibration, verifies the meter's accuracy, and also confirms that the sensors are clean, and that the Flow Meter hasn't drifted or shifted. This is a tremendous benefit, since it eliminates the cost and inconvenience of annual calibrations on the flow meter, and also provides the data needed to comply with a number of Environmental protocols.</p>
        </div>
        <h3><a href="#">FLUE GAS MONITORING</a></h3>
        <div>
          <p>Flue Gases are a by-product of a combustion process, and usually consists of nitrogen and carbon dioxide with traces of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, other trace gases and miscellaneous particulates. Most Flue Gas generally contains pollutants, and as such is regulated by local or regional air quality districts and/ or the federal government. Thus, the stacks, ducts, chimneys large pipes or other process system venting often requires flow metering to comply with environmental reporting. </p>
          <p>Sage Insertion Style Thermal Mass Flow Meters provide the wide turndown required to cover both the extremely low flows (low velocities) associated with normal venting, as well as the extremely high flow (high velocities) associated with wide swings in output. Their fast response to flow changes, low pressure drop, and reproducibility, are important characteristics for a flue gas reporting application. In addition, Sage Flow Meters provide the customer with a unique In-Situ calibration Check at a "No Flow" (0 SCFM) condition. This important procedure, assures that the Flow Meter has retained the original NIST Traceable calibration, verifies the meter's accuracy, and also confirms that the sensors are clean, and that the Flow Meter hasn't drifted or shifted. This is a tremendous benefit, since it eliminates the cost and inconvenience of annual calibrations on the flow meter, and also provides the data needed to comply with a number of Environmental protocols.</p>
        </div><h3><a href="#">LANDFILL GAS</a></h3>
        <div>
          <p>Landfill Gas is generated from the breakdown of municipal solid waste. There are hundreds of municipal Landfills, all of which produce a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide with traces of nitrogen, oxygen and other gases. In active Landfills, these gases are extracted from multiple wellheads and collected through a network of pipes to a common header pipe. Typically, the gas is about half methane and half carbon dioxide and can be used to replace traditional fossil fuels to heat buildings, boilers and kilns, run generators to make electricity, and even produce fuel to power vehicles. A typical municipal Landfill can produce enough energy from landfill gas to power thousands of homes for many years. In addition to generating power, Landfills are frequently involved with Carbon Offset projects. There are over 1000 Landfills worldwide where Landfill gas is collected which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and accrue emissions credits to meet the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) reporting standards, or to comply with Kyoto protocols.</p>
          <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters helps quantify the emissions that are saved by measuring the mass flow rate, even at very low flows, and by providing a very easy way to conduct the required periodic calibration field checks with its unique In-Situ Calibration procedure. In addition, Sage provides Flare Gas Flow Meters, Engine Flow Meters, Wellhead Monitoring Portable Datalogging Flow Meters, and a variety of other Thermal Mass Flow Meters that are involved in Landfill Gas monitoring and reporting.</p>
        </div>
        <h3><a href="#">OXYGEN - ODOR CONTROL</a></h3>
        <div>
          <p>At large Municipal Waste Water Treatment Plants deodorizing of the aeration basins may be required. This can be achieved by blending a controlled quantity of a fragrancing agent with Oxygen. The fragrance infused Oxygen, is then injected directly into the aeration basins as a deodorant, which minimizes the effect on nearby communities.</p>
          <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters provide an accurate, real time measurement of the Mass Flow Rate of the Oxygen, so the dosage of the fragrancing agent can be controlled.</p>
        </div>
        <h3><a href="#">OZONE -  WATER PURIFICATION</a></h3>
        <div>
          <p>Ozonating systems are frequently offered as an alternative to Chlorination in Water Treatment Plants. This method is environmentally friendly and dependable. Generally, a mix of 10% Ozone (O3) and 90% Oxygen (O2) is employed, sometimes with a trace amount of nitrogen.</p>
          <p>The Sage In-Line Style of Thermal Mass Flow Meter, calibrated for the exact mix of Ozone and Oxygen, provides the means to accurately deliver the proper mix of the gas to optimally and safely purify the water. Direct Mass Flow, fast response, and extraordinary reproducibility are important benefits for this important application.</p>
        </div><h3><a href="#">US EPA GREENHOUSE REPORTING MANDATE</a></h3>
        <div>
          <p>The US EPA mandate per 40 CFR Part 98 requires greenhouse gas emissions reporting effective January 1, 2010. Over 10,000 facilities have operations that fall under the reporting requirements to report annual output (in tons of mass flow) of greenhouse gases. Some of those applications are described in this Environmental Section in other specific listings: See Landfill Gas, Digester Gas –Farming Operations, Bio Gas, Ethanol Distillation & Refining, Flare Gas and Flue Gas.</p>
          <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters helps quantify the emissions that are saved by measuring the mass flow rate, even at very low flows, and by providing a very easy way to conduct the required periodic calibration field checks with its unique In-Situ Calibration procedure. In addition, Sage provides non-resettable totalizers, and a variety of outputs to comply with the various protocols associated with the US EPA Greenhouse Reporting and other Environmental protocols.</p>
        </div>
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Hi,

Just set it up and the default Icons seem to work correctly, ie they turn down when the slidedown activates:


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            <h3 class="border-bot">Environmental Applications</h3>
            <P>Select your area of interest below</P>
            <div id="app-accordion">
                <h3><a href="#">AERATION FLOW – Waste Water Treatment</a></h3>
                <div>
                    <p>The use of blower Air (Aeration Flow) is necessary to oxygenate the aeration basins to assist in the process of breaking down municipal waste. While a dissolved oxygen meter (DO meter) provides the primary signal to assure that conditions are optimal for bacterial growth, it is the Air flow that provides the oxygen that maintains the proper environment for breaking down the raw sewage. Furthermore, closely controlling the aeration process can reduce energy consumption by as much as 25%, and accurate measurement is critical to achieving this goal. </p>
                    <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters are ideal to monitor the main blower Air header as well as the branches leading to the aeration basin. In larger systems, even the drop lines can be monitored. By monitoring the Air Mass Flow and feeding back the data to a blower control system, the proper DO level can be achieved resulting in optimal bio-chemical reaction and hence more effective sludge breakdown, as well as better odor control. Furthermore, effective control of the blowers can reduce energy costs by as much as 25% (in contrast to manually adjusting the blowers, or at some older plants, leaving the blowers on permanently). The fast response time, ease-of-installation, and low pressure drop of the Sage TMFM, offers an ideal solution to Waste Water control.</p>
                </div>
                <h3><a href="#">BIOGAS</a></h3>
                <div>
                    <p>Ethanol production is a complex process involving both fermentation tanks and distillation tanks. Thermal Mass Flow Meters can measure the flow of air and fuel going into the distillation tanks to improve the air/ fuel ratio. Better combustion control improves boiler efficiency and helps reduce emissions. Also, Mass Flow Meters can measure the CO2 leaving the fermentation tanks when required for Environmental compliance or to help assess process inefficiencies.</p>
                    <p>Sage Insertion Style Thermal Mass Flow Meters are easy to install in existing boiler lines, and their wide turndown and fast response to flow changes provide an ideal solution to help optimize the combustion efficiency associated with the distillation process. The Sage Flow Meters have negligible pressure drop, and can handle very low flows, such as vent gases from the process.</p>
                </div>
                <h3><a href="#">CHLORINE GAS - MUNICIPAL WATER TREATMENT</a></h3>
                <div>
                    <p>Municipal water districts and waste water treatment facilities use chlorine to disinfect water. Proper, real-time control of the proper concentration of chlorine is critical for the effectiveness and safety of the operation. </p>
                    <p>Sage In-Line Style Thermal Mass Flow Meters, with optional Hastelloy construction (all wetted parts) can provide real time flow rate data to properly control the Chlorine dosage for optimal water purification. </p>
                </div>                        
                <h3><a href="#">DIGESTER GAS – Farming Operations</a></h3>
                <div>
                    <p>Digester Gas from farming and other agricultural operations is generated from the breakdown of livestock waste when the gas is captured within a large plastic cover, known as a digester. The manure decomposes in the absence of oxygen. Normally, the decomposition of livestock waste on farming operations or dairies, results in vast sums of methane naturally venting to the atmosphere. However, by capturing this methane with an anaerobic digester, the biochemical reaction converts the methane into a mix of 65% methane and 35% carbon dioxide. A digester system can provide a source of fuel for heating or generating electricity. It also reduces greenhouse gas emission since methane with is 21 times more potent than carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas. There are hundreds of farming operations which reduce greenhouse gas emissions and accrue emissions credits to meet the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) reporting standards, the US Livestock Project Protocol or to comply with Kyoto protocols.</p>
                    <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters helps quantify the emissions that are saved by measuring the mass flow rate, even at very low flows, and by providing a very easy way to conduct the required periodic calibration field checks with its unique In-Situ Calibration procedure. In addition, Sage provides flare gas Flow Meters, engine Flow Meters, and a variety of other Thermal Mass Flow Meters that are involved in digester gas monitoring and reporting.</p>
                </div>
                <h3><a href="#">DIGESTER GAS – Waste Water Treatment</a></h3>
                <div>
                    <p>Digester Gas (typically 65% methane and 35% carbon dioxide) is produced when organic matter, such as raw sewage, decomposes in the absence of oxygen. Modern WWTP processes incorporate digester gas flow measurement systems for the plant's process performance and control, as well as a source of fuel to generate engines for supplemental plant power. The excess gas can run onsite generators or pumps, and in some cases is added to a larger power grid. </p>
                    <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters are ideal for monitoring the Digester Gas Flow Rate of the WWTP digesters to improve overall system balance and operation, as well as to measure the flow rate of gas for co-generation systems, to measure the amount of excess gas being stored, and to monitor flare gas to comply with environmental regulations and/ or to report on greenhouse gas reduction credits.</p>
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                <h3><a href="#">ETHANOL DISTILLATION & REFINING</a></h3>
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                    <p>At large Municipal Waste Water Treatment Plants deodorizing of the aeration basins may be required. This can be achieved by blending a controlled quantity of a fragrancing agent with Oxygen. The fragrance infused Oxygen, is then injected directly into the aeration basins as a deodorant, which minimizes the effect on nearby communities.</p>
                    <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters provide an accurate, real time measurement of the Mass Flow Rate of the Oxygen, so the dosage of the fragrancing agent can be controlled.</p>
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                <h3><a href="#">FLARE GAS</a></h3>
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                    <p>Oil Refineries, Well Drilling Operations (such as Off Shore Oil Rigs), Waste Water Treatment plants Chemical Processing plants, Natural Gas plants, and Landfills are but a sampling of applications where waste gases are flared. Flares are subject to stringent regulations, requiring operators to measure, record and report the amount of flared gases. Requirements to monitor the flow rate and consumption of Flare gas may involve measurement at points within a complex series of feeder and header pipes, as well as the actual Flare stack. In addition, monitoring of the flare output provides important information for process control.</p>
                    <p>Sage Insertion Style Thermal Mass Flow Meters provide the wide turndown required to cover both the extremely low flows (low velocities) associated with normal venting, as well as the extremely high flow (high velocities) associated with an upset condition). Their fast response to flow changes, low pressure drop, and reproducibility, are important characteristics for a Flare application. In addition, Sage Flow Meters provide the customer with a unique In-Situ calibration Check at a "No Flow" (0 SCFM) condition. This important procedure, assures that the Flow Meter has retained the original NIST Traceable calibration, verifies the meter's accuracy, and also confirms that the sensors are clean, and that the Flow Meter hasn't drifted or shifted. This is a tremendous benefit, since it eliminates the cost and inconvenience of annual calibrations on the flow meter, and also provides the data needed to comply with a number of Environmental protocols.</p>
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                <h3><a href="#">FLUE GAS MONITORING</a></h3>
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                    <p>Flue Gases are a by-product of a combustion process, and usually consists of nitrogen and carbon dioxide with traces of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, other trace gases and miscellaneous particulates. Most Flue Gas generally contains pollutants, and as such is regulated by local or regional air quality districts and/ or the federal government. Thus, the stacks, ducts, chimneys large pipes or other process system venting often requires flow metering to comply with environmental reporting. </p>
                    <p>Sage Insertion Style Thermal Mass Flow Meters provide the wide turndown required to cover both the extremely low flows (low velocities) associated with normal venting, as well as the extremely high flow (high velocities) associated with wide swings in output. Their fast response to flow changes, low pressure drop, and reproducibility, are important characteristics for a flue gas reporting application. In addition, Sage Flow Meters provide the customer with a unique In-Situ calibration Check at a "No Flow" (0 SCFM) condition. This important procedure, assures that the Flow Meter has retained the original NIST Traceable calibration, verifies the meter's accuracy, and also confirms that the sensors are clean, and that the Flow Meter hasn't drifted or shifted. This is a tremendous benefit, since it eliminates the cost and inconvenience of annual calibrations on the flow meter, and also provides the data needed to comply with a number of Environmental protocols.</p>
                </div><h3><a href="#">LANDFILL GAS</a></h3>
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                    <p>Landfill Gas is generated from the breakdown of municipal solid waste. There are hundreds of municipal Landfills, all of which produce a mixture of methane and carbon dioxide with traces of nitrogen, oxygen and other gases. In active Landfills, these gases are extracted from multiple wellheads and collected through a network of pipes to a common header pipe. Typically, the gas is about half methane and half carbon dioxide and can be used to replace traditional fossil fuels to heat buildings, boilers and kilns, run generators to make electricity, and even produce fuel to power vehicles. A typical municipal Landfill can produce enough energy from landfill gas to power thousands of homes for many years. In addition to generating power, Landfills are frequently involved with Carbon Offset projects. There are over 1000 Landfills worldwide where Landfill gas is collected which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and accrue emissions credits to meet the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) reporting standards, or to comply with Kyoto protocols.</p>
                    <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters helps quantify the emissions that are saved by measuring the mass flow rate, even at very low flows, and by providing a very easy way to conduct the required periodic calibration field checks with its unique In-Situ Calibration procedure. In addition, Sage provides Flare Gas Flow Meters, Engine Flow Meters, Wellhead Monitoring Portable Datalogging Flow Meters, and a variety of other Thermal Mass Flow Meters that are involved in Landfill Gas monitoring and reporting.</p>
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                <h3><a href="#">OXYGEN - ODOR CONTROL</a></h3>
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                    <p>At large Municipal Waste Water Treatment Plants deodorizing of the aeration basins may be required. This can be achieved by blending a controlled quantity of a fragrancing agent with Oxygen. The fragrance infused Oxygen, is then injected directly into the aeration basins as a deodorant, which minimizes the effect on nearby communities.</p>
                    <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters provide an accurate, real time measurement of the Mass Flow Rate of the Oxygen, so the dosage of the fragrancing agent can be controlled.</p>
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                <h3><a href="#">OZONE -  WATER PURIFICATION</a></h3>
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                    <p>Ozonating systems are frequently offered as an alternative to Chlorination in Water Treatment Plants. This method is environmentally friendly and dependable. Generally, a mix of 10% Ozone (O3) and 90% Oxygen (O2) is employed, sometimes with a trace amount of nitrogen.</p>
                    <p>The Sage In-Line Style of Thermal Mass Flow Meter, calibrated for the exact mix of Ozone and Oxygen, provides the means to accurately deliver the proper mix of the gas to optimally and safely purify the water. Direct Mass Flow, fast response, and extraordinary reproducibility are important benefits for this important application.</p>
                </div><h3><a href="#">US EPA GREENHOUSE REPORTING MANDATE</a></h3>
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                    <p>The US EPA mandate per 40 CFR Part 98 requires greenhouse gas emissions reporting effective January 1, 2010. Over 10,000 facilities have operations that fall under the reporting requirements to report annual output (in tons of mass flow) of greenhouse gases. Some of those applications are described in this Environmental Section in other specific listings: See Landfill Gas, Digester Gas –Farming Operations, Bio Gas, Ethanol Distillation & Refining, Flare Gas and Flue Gas.</p>
                    <p>Sage Thermal Mass Flow Meters helps quantify the emissions that are saved by measuring the mass flow rate, even at very low flows, and by providing a very easy way to conduct the required periodic calibration field checks with its unique In-Situ Calibration procedure. In addition, Sage provides non-resettable totalizers, and a variety of outputs to comply with the various protocols associated with the US EPA Greenhouse Reporting and other Environmental protocols.</p>
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