e-HM Stainless Steel Series horizontal multistage pumps are up to 30% more efficient than similar pumps and offer a broad hydraulic range. Constructed of AISI 316 stainless steel, the series offers six models, as well as a one-piece or sleeve design, and has a maximum flow rate of 127 gpm. The pumps have a balanced impeller and a 20% thicker stainless steel pump body, and are suitable for a variety of configurations across a range of industrial applications.
You decide to make your favorite soup using the finest, freshest ingredients. Without a second thought, you use tap water — and unknowingly could be adding unwanted minerals, tastes, aromas and chemicals.
So does the water you use really make a difference? According to Northeast Ohio chef and restaurant owner Steve Schimoler, the answer is yes.
Schimoler discovered the value of purified water when he moved his restaurant, Crop Bistro & Bar, to a dramatic historical building in Cleveland’s Ohio City area, a neighborhood where aging pipe is prevalent.
Restaurant uses RO to achieve ideal food & beverage flavor
Enpress ONE Water Filtration Simplified Blue Series carbon block filters for the Cartridge Tank are POE filtration solutions flowing up to 15 gpm and treating 250,000-plus gal of water. With no more control valve, drain, wasted backwash water or dumping of carbon during re-bedding, this is an easy-to-remove cartridge filtration solution for the future.
A well-thought-out dewatering plan is important to the success of any jobsite. Dewatering pumps often are necessary to remove groundwater and rainwater in order to perform work safely, but it is crucial to abide by the applicable laws and regulations and consider how selected dewatering methods will affect the environment. Each site has its own dewatering challenges, and it is important to consider all options, especially regarding discharge of water on a jobsite.
Filtration methods for meeting Clean Water Act regulations
Reverse osmosis (RO) has become the standard technology for water purification in numerous commercial and industrial applications. This trend has largely been driven by the advancement of low-pressure RO membranes with enhanced energy savings. Axeon Water Technologies is a leader in utilizing innovative proprietary technology for increasing permeate production while lowering operating pressures in RO applications.
Water has always been an essential ingredient in industrial production, but today, it is also a key strategic asset.
Make the most of water resources with a strategic reuse plan
In my previous article, “Ultrafiltration: A Business Growth Opportunity” (September 2013), I referenced a 2010 BBC research report stating that “the U.S. market for ultrafiltration (UF) technologies was worth $940 million in 2010. It is estimated to be valued at $1.24 billion by 2015.”1 Simply put, the business opportunities for UF are growing rapidly, which could prove extremely profitable for the savvy professional water dealer.
Exploring non-traditional uses for UF technology
The Pearl line of UV-LED disinfection equipment includes the PearlAqua, PearlSense, PearlAero and UV Connect. The PearlAqua is a mercury-free, low-power unit for low-flow applications. The PearlSense monitor is available in a handheld, battery-powered and in-process model. The PearlAero offers a customizable array of modules for easy integration into existing surface treatment applications. The UV Connect is a telemetry system that broadcasts critical operating information to a smartphone or tablet.
NRO Commercial Series reverse osmosis (RO) systems are custom built by Nelsen Corp. to customer specifications. These quality, cost-efficient systems offer a multitude of standard features that are optional on many other RO systems.
NSF-grade high-quality parts are used to build this tough system. All NRO commercial systems are wet tested to optimum pressure and production prior to shipment, and are delivered with individual quality assurance reports to show actual performance data on outputs and rejections.
Over the past five years, the topic of rainwater harvesting has become prevalent everywhere we look. Many articles on this subject begin with an introduction about rainwater harvesting not being a new concept because systems have been around since before the ancient Greeks. They then cover the basics, from where water can be captured to its various applications. Storage tanks, pumps and filters are typically mentioned, but sometimes without specific details. This is for good reason: Rainwater harvesting systems, especially commercial-sized ones, can be complex.
Considerations for commercial rainwater harvesting applications