Legionella occurs naturally in the environment and is most commonly found in water. These bacteria thrive in warmer environments, so they are often found in hot tubs, hot water tanks, cooling towers, larger plumbing systems and decorative fountains.
Proper testing & maintenance help prevent deadly Legionella outbreaks
One of the most pronounced shifts in the water treatment industry is the rapidly burgeoning need to improve water quality. The need for water treatment systems is growing quickly, and, unfortunately, North America is hardly immune to challenges.
A look at three tried-and-true methods for water softening & treatment
Aquionics technologies will be featured as part of the show’s Innovation Pavilion
Aquionics has been selected to exhibit its new line of highly efficient UV-C LED disinfection equipment at Singapore International Water Week’s Innovation Pavilion. This special exhibit runs the duration of the show June 1 to 5, 2014 at the Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre Singapore, Stand IE8.
The High Output (HO) line of UV water treatment systems is designed for commercial and industrial applications. These products are intended for disinfection, ozone destruction and total organic carbon reduction, and are available in flow rates from 30 to 800 gpm. Each system is specifically engineered to provide optimized flow and retention time to effectively reduce bacteria by up to 99.9%. Dosage levels of 30,000 µw seconds per sq cm and higher at rated flow provide effective UV treatment.
The Coyote UV Series is an in-house engineered design manufactured in the U.S. and specifically intended for a wide range of commercial and industrial applications. Its modular design provides for fast turnaround times. These products are available in flow rates from 40 to 150 gpm for clear freshwater and can be used for disinfection, ozone destruction or TOC reduction.
The Coyote UV Series has an in-house engineered design and is manufactured in the U.S. It is specifically intended for a wide range of commercial and industrial applications. Its modular design provides fast turnaround times. These systems are available in flow rates from 40 to 150 gpm for clear freshwater and are used for disinfection, ozone destruction or TOC reduction.
The validated UNLV 800-W amalgam lamp provides a high dose of UV light with the lowest possible electrical connection. The lamps are up to three times more efficient than medium-pressure lamps. They can be used for agriculture, landscaping, golf courses, urinal flushing and dust suppression, as well as aquifer storage.
The primary focus of water treatment, regardless of source, is to optimize treatment equipment options and methods to provide consistent, potable water quality to the end user. The main immediate concern is the elimination of dangerous biological contamination through disinfection. As the industry develops new methods and learns more about historic processes, there is a series of options to utilize with various advantages and disadvantages.
Ozone disinfection options for systems large and small
The company will host seminars on UV technology at the WQA’s annual convention
NeoTech Aqua Solutions Inc. (NTAS), designer and manufacturer of ultraviolet (UV) water treatment systems, will be in Orlando, Fla., during the WQA Aquatech USA 2014 show March 18 to 21.
The company will host an informative meeting regarding its technology, as well as seminars on UV technology, at the Rosen Plaza Hotel on March 18 at 10 a.m. Some of the topics that will be covered are:
Gusmer and Pacific Ozone will addressthe changing disinfection needs within the beverage industry
Pacific Ozone announced a collaborative partnership with Gusmer Enterprises to bring water saving solutions to the beverage industry.
Gusmer Enterprises is a manufacturer and supplier to the beverage industry. It delivers high-quality goods and services available for equipment, fermentation, filtration, processing aids, laboratory tools, and now, advanced disinfection with ozone technology.