Filter

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The Tequatic Plus fine particle filter combines continuously cleaning, cross-flow filtration with centrifugal separation. It is designed to handle a range of difficult-to-treat feedwaters consistently and cost-effectively. Applications range from pretreatment for ultrafiltration and RO to filtering produced water for oil and gas. The product can be used as an alternative or a complement to traditional filtration and is currently available in various flow rates, with filter cutoffs from 10 to 55 µ to meet specific customer needs.
 

UV Systems

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ABuv residential and light commercial UV systems are tested and certified to NSF Standard 55 for Class B disinfection performance and have NSF-rated flow rates of 5.5, 7.8 and 12 gpm. They feature flow restrictors, lamp failure alarms, lamp-change reminders and countdown lamp timers. The units provide supplemental treatment for water that has been tested and deemed acceptable for human consumption.
 

Filter Systems

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ONE cartridge tank filter systems are offered in two configurations and can utilize a variety of large-capacity cartridges, extending replacement cycle times. The EF-835-1 cartridge tank, with top-mount valve including bypass, is suitable for residential and light commercial applications. The EF-835-2 cartridge tank was designed with a 2-in. inlet/outlet connection at the bottom of the tank, making it ideal for commercial and industrial applications.
 

Legionella Testing Technology Expands to International Markets

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Phigenics LLC
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Conforlab of Brazil signs on as Phigenics LLC first licensing partner

Phigenics LLC has launched a licensing practice for its patented Legionella testing technology. Conforlab Engenharia Ambiental LTDA of Sao Paulo signed on as the first licensee in December 2012.

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December 21, 2012

Layne Christensen Announces Executive Transition

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Layne Christensen Co.
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The company consolidates headquarters and leadership

Layne Christensen Co. announced that its board of directors has approved the relocation of its global corporate headquarters from Mission Woods, Kan., to The Woodlands, a suburb of Houston. The move is expected to commence in spring 2013 and be completed by winter 2013.

The move will involve most executive positions in Layne's corporate leadership, as well as certain other management and staff positions. Most senior executives from Layne's six divisions will ultimately consolidate into the Houston headquarters.

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December 6, 2012
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Thousands Flood to National Ground Water Assn. Annual Meeting

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National Ground Water Assn.
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Meeting to feature more than 300 exhibitors and more than 70 hours of educational offerings

The world’s largest gathering of groundwater professionals has inundated the Las Vegas Convention Center for the 64th National Ground Water Assn. (NGWA) Expo and Annual Meeting.

Among the highlights are:

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December 5, 2012

The Battle Against Biofilm

All it took was one member of the Mankato YMCA in Mankato, Minn., to positively alter the swimming environment for the 10,000 members who use the club regularly. That member, a professor at Mankato State University, had read about the use of Sphagnum moss to treat and condition the water in public pools in St. Paul, Minn., and talked to YMCA CEO John Kind about it.

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Pool facility improves water quality with moss treatment system

About The Author: 

Bob Dickhudt is property manager for the Mankato YMCA. For more information, contact Evan Rapp at erapp@cwsnaturally.com.

Publication Date: 
November 29, 2012
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November 29, 2012
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2012: Top Water Quality Projects

The Water Quality Products staff celebrates the best water treatment projects of 2012 with the third annual Top Water Quality Projects awards. The program recognizes the most innovative and challenging projects submitted by readers.

This year's projects come from across the U.S. and address a range of issues. From groundwater contaminant removal to reverse osmosis, they demonstrate how companies are employing innovative technologies to solve water treatment problems.

About The Author: 

Williette Nyanue is assistant editor for Water Quality Products. Nyanue can be reached at wnyanue@sgcmail.com or 847.954.7922.

Publication Date: 
November 29, 2012
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November 29, 2012
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State of the Industry 2012

Water Quality Products understands the importance of keeping up to date with current industry trends and information. We are pleased to bring you our sixth annual State of the Industry Report, which includes valuable current information regarding the water treatment industry and its trends.

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An assessment of the water treatment industry

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November 29, 2012
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November 29, 2012
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Heat Exchanger/Cartridge Filter

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The WW Waterwarmer heat exchanger/cartridge filter allows you to heat or cool as you filter, with no need for a separate heat exchanger. Its compact design and dual-purpose features save space, piping and installation time while improving lubrication and cutting performance. Features include a patented up-flow design, an electropolished 304 stainless steel housing and a fail-safe lid closure rated for 150 psi. It comes in three sizes for greater media surface area and thermal output transmittance, and is equipped with Harmsco Premium 801-20-HT Polyester-Plus filter cartridges.

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