Consumers continue to demand soft water as water softeners face opposition from municipalities
Water Quality Products asked the Florida Water Quality Association (FWQA) to discuss the benefits of attending regional water quality tradeshows. The answers were provided by FWQA President-elect Cindy Gresham and current FWQA President Ted Dyer, each looking at the issue from two different perspectives—manufacturer and dealer.
Using ozone in commercial laundry applications
With an aging and often overwhelmed water supply infrastructure, evermore stringent government regulations and growing industrial requirements for pure water, municipalities and companies are increasingly turning to ultrafiltration (UF) membrane systems for water and wastewater treatment.
UF systems meet growing demand for pure water at pharmaceutical plant in Puerto Rico
Besides numerous applications for Fosshield products in air filters, apparel and home furniture, this technology is particularly effective in water filtration.
Antimicrobial technology for water filtration
When designing a commercial drinking water system using ultraviolet (UV) light for disinfection, you will need to know the local regulations, how to determine flow rates, what options may be required and whether you need pre-treatment. When speaking about commercial establishments, I am referring to restaurants, daycare centers, schools, hospitals, parks and other entities that serve the public.
Overview of state regulations, determining flow rates, system options and pre-treatment requirements
Commercial water softener malfunctions are generally very similar to residential problems. Don’t let the size of the system scare you off from what can be very profitable repair service work. Many dealers are intimidated by a 48-in. diameter softener leaving a vacuum that can be filled by competent service companies in a less competitive atmosphere. Market conditions make commercial service repair work in higher demand and repair rates should be commensurated with this increased need.
Meeting the needs of your customer
Water Quality Products recently spoke with
Peter J. Censky, executive director of the Water Quality Association, to find out more about the WQA Aquatech USA event to be held this spring in Las Vegas.
My goal is to help you better understand the misunderstood “chemical feed pump.”
A basic understanding will improve your strained relationship