Conversion from gas to liquid disinfection yields significant improvement in water quality
Chlorination remains a cornerstone of waterborne disease prevention
Ultrasonic power and control for disinfection
Like many of our authors who contributed to the January issue of Water Quality Products, especially those who participated in our annual industry predictions article, I am faced with the challenge of previewing some of the new developments and issues our industry will likely face in the upcoming year. But in order to look forward, I think we’ll stick to tradition and once again take a look back and reflect on the results of past efforts we’ve witnessed throughout 2006 that will continue to influence our industry in 2007.
Tablet chlorination systems improve safety, boost quality and reliability, and minimize maintenance for two water systems
This article will focus on three popular forms of chlorine: gas, sodium hypochlorite and dry calcium hypochlorite tablets. Each has advantages and disadvantages relative to cost, convenience, effectiveness, storage and regulatory issues. A look at the pros and cons of each can answer many questions about what's right for your application.
Tablet Chlorination Proves a Viable Alternative