The 3505 Gylon Stress Save low-load gasket is designed to seal lightweight metallic, plastic and fiberglass flanges. It creates a tight seal on both flat- and raised-face flanges and provides cold flow, creep resistance, chemical resistance, and high temperature and pressure capabilities. The gasket prevents leaching, delamination and foldover for easy installation and removal, and can be used in food, beverage, pharmaceutical and potable water systems.
EPA issues legal complaint to the owner and operator of 17 underground storage tanks for violating federal regulation
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a legal complaint to the owner and operator of 17 underground storage tanks at six gasoline stations in western New York state for violating federal regulations. The complaint, which seeks $42,295 in penalties, was issued to United Refining Co. for violations at its Kwik Fill stations in Dunkirk, Westfield, Jamestown, Fredonia and Rochester, N.Y. In addition to paying penalties, the complaint requires the facilities to come into full compliance with the environmental regulations.
The PT2 pH and temperature pen is designed to be extremely accurate, fast and simple to use in diverse water quality applications. Advanced features include temperature compensation; one-, two- and three-point calibration; choice of continuous and snapshot measurement modes; and waterproof housing. A true one-handed instrument, it is easy to calibrate and use. To take a measurement, simply push a button, then dip in solution.
Located in the Logan Square neighborhood on Chicago’s north side, Haas Park is a testament to the city’s commitment to sustainability through appropriate use of rainwater harvesting.
Haas Park honors Joseph F. Haas (1857-1928), a widely respected public servant. During his 42-year career in public office, he served as a Chicago alderman, secretary of the sanitary district, state senator and more.
City park implements rainwater harvesting for new fieldhouse
The forum will feature training and continuing education, introduce new programs, share best practices and review the latest industry data
Culligan Matrix Solutions is holding a Commercial and Industrial Forum Oct. 8 to 9 in Rosemont, Ill. Culligan dealers from North America are gathered for high-level training and continuing education, the introduction of new programs, sharing best practices and viewing the latest industry data impacting this business sector.
Axeon HF5-Series membranes are the industry's only ultra-low-energy commercial membranes featuring a low nominal operating pressure of 80 psi. They offer production rates up to 2,500 gpd with 98.5% salt rejection for improved system performance. The membranes offer a wider range in pressure to compensate from the loss of flow from cold water temperatures. In addition, they are ideal for tap and brackish water applications and offer higher efficiency levels, thus reducing energy costs by up to 23%. All of Axeon's membranes are manufactured in the U.S.
High-flow industrial pleated phenolic cartridges for high capacity filtration offer lower overall operating costs, longer filter runs for fewer change outs and increased contaminant removal for temperatures up to 250 ̊F. Features include fewer cartridges for fewer change outs and lower maintenance costs, pleated filter media and pleated surface area. Designed for aqueous and oil-based fluid applications, they are offered in three sizes (40, 90 and 170) and two micron ratings (5 and 20). Applications include quench oils, water-soluble coolants, petrochemicals, lubricating oil and more.
FG Series magnetic drive gear pumps incorporate a 24-V brushless DC drive motor in a rotor-less configuration and a high-precision magnetic drive to provide precise transfer of aggressive fluids. They feature AISI 316L or PPS pump housings, PEEK/PTFE gears and bushings, and provide flow rates up to 205 liters per hour. Their accuracy and pulsation-free flow make them suited for medical devices, scientific and laboratory systems, food processing and water purification.
Sphagnum moss is a natural bog plant that decays and forms peat. It has been used in the horticulture industry for years, and has a long folk history for its ability to purify water, heal wounds and preserve food. Today you can add “preventative measure for cooling tower scale and corrosion” to the growing list of its many attributes as a viable, all-natural water treatment alternative.
Combating cooling tower corrosion and scale with moss treatment
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