Products reflect the future of water treatment for residential, commercial and industrial applications
Pentair unveiled its newest innovations in water treatment, which encompass smart technological advancements geared toward improving ease-of-use for customers and reducing environmental footprint. These innovations add to the full scope of Pentair’s product capabilities across residential, commercial and industrial applications. The unveiling took place at the WQA Aquatech USA 2013 show in Indianapolis, the industry’s largest tradeshow in North America.
Independent testing concludes that systems can work well together
Water softeners set with appropriate salt efficiency do not harm septic systems and may actually help them, according to a new study released at WQA Aquatech USA 2013.
3M Pro’s high-pressure booster pump keeps production steady
3M Purification introduced the 3M Pro reverse osmosis drinking water filtration system. The system helps provide clean, better-tasting water using multistage filtration and includes a high-pressure booster pump for increased production. The addition of the booster pump gives it a consistent pressure of 100 psi and the ability to deliver 36 to 50 gal of clean, great-tasting water per day.
RainSoft’s vice president and general manager said now is the time for dealers to act
RainSoft will place an emphasis on new dealer prospects at WQA Aquatech USA 2013, held April 2 to 5 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
With the water treatment business showing tremendous gains in the last year, and RainSoft continuing to expand its industry sales and marketing efforts, Andrew Palframan, RainSoft’s vice president and general manager, said now is the time for dealers to act.
New 75- and 100-gpd elements help remove contaminants and impurities in household water systems
Dow Water & Process Solutions, a business unit of the Dow Chemical Co., launched Filmtec reverse osmosis (RO) 75- and 100-gal-per-day (gpd) home drinking water membranes at the WQA Aquatech USA 2013 conference and exhibition.
The RO membranes are the company's latest innovation to facilitate potable water that tastes better, smells better and has fewer impurities to help bring clean drinking water to homes in water-stressed areas.
In my travels across North America over the years, I have observed and documented the characteristics of people and companies to develop profiles. In particular, I look for companies that seem to be the most successful in their markets. We all have periods of success, but I am referring to the companies that seem to continuously rise to the top, even with ever-changing markets and economic conditions.
A desire to learn drives successful employees & companies
Ongoing drought conditions in many parts of the U.S. are impacting water treatment systems using well water and municipal water alike. This can be advantageous, however, for water treatment dealers who use this as an opportunity to stay in contact with customers and offer education and additional services to help them through the drought.
The effects of drought on water supply & treatment systems
CD Environmental owner and Manager Charlie Dill traveled a long road before reaching his final destination. He began working in the construction field — first in excavating and then in framing houses. Nine years ago his family started a plumbing and contracting business, and it was while working in plumbing that Dill began to see the importance of water treatment not just in new homes, but also in existing homes. It was from this experience that CD Environmental was born.
Indiana company’s foundation in construction and plumbing helps to create water solutions
WaterGroup's Hydrotech Div. hires Rodney Carmer and Kevin McLaughlin
WaterGroup announced that Rodney Carmer joined its Hydrotech Div. as a district sales manager covering the California market. In this new role, he will be responsible for developing and expanding this market.
Layne will provide technical expertise to help Water For People establish best practices
Layne Christensen Co. partnered with Water For People, a global nonprofit that is dedicated to developing sustainable and reliable drinking water resources and sanitation facilities for communities in Africa, Asia, and Central and South America.
As part of the strategic partnership, Layne will provide technical expertise to help Water For People establish best practices, as well as promote involvement among its employees for events in or near their work locations.