UV Disinfection

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February 2012

These NSF/ANSI 55 Class A certified products use a proprietary extended cold-spot lamp design along with an active temperature-controlled cold-spot cooling fan, resulting in improved lamp output maintenance during stagnant hot water conditions. The microprocessor-controlled UV power source has audio/visual alarm indicators to validate lamp operation and an annual lamp change timer. The UV display indicates actual dose in millijoules per square centimeter at rated flow.

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UV Purification Systems

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61505
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February 2012

Cactus UV purification systems are available for residential and light commercial use, and are engineered to reduce bacteria, cysts and most viruses to safe levels. The X-8 model is available for 8-gpm flow and the X-12 model works for 12-gpm flow. Air-cooled lamps and a standard anti-fouling system allow for a wider and more effective temperature range as well as minimized quartz fouling.

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UV Disinfection

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61492
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eNews - March 2012

DUV Series UV water disinfection systems are designed for commercial applications from 7 to 25 gpm and feature a stainless steel treatment chamber, visual viewport for lamp operational status, heavy-duty ballast power supply and grounded power cord. The optional UV monitor provides a zero to 100% display of UV lamp intensity.

UV Sensor

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January 2012

With its patent-pending secondary window and PTFE probe body, this new UV sensor is designed for long field life and ease of servicing. The single-piece primary PTFE probe body is resistant to leaks, and the removable secondary window enables users to service a fould sensor in minutes with no tools required.

2011: Top Water Quality Projects

This year’s winning projects for the second annual Top Water Quality Projects program come from all corners of the water treatment marketplace. These winners represent the most innovative and challenging projects submitted by readers to Water Quality Products (WQP) for recognition this year.

To be considered, all projects must have been in the planning or implementation phase in the past 18 months.

About The Author: 

Raissa Rocha is an editorial intern for Water Quality Products. Rocha can be reached at rrocha@sgcmail.com.

Activation Date: 
November 30, 2011
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Legacy
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23148

Deciding on Disinfection

Over the years, the public has become more aware of drinking water quality issues. Urban development has placed increased stress on water resources, which in turn has increased the need for cost-effective methods to treat drinking water. This is true regardless of whether the installation is at a single point of use (POU) or at the point of entry (POE) for treating all water used in the home.

Point-of-Use Treatment

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Choosing the right treatment option for the water supply

About The Author: 

Kyle Hicks is a technical support specialist at Viqua – a Trojan Technologies Co. Hicks can be reached at khicks@viqua.com. Phil Jones is the customer service/technical support manager at Viqua – a Trojan Technologies Co. Jones can be reached at pjones@viqua.com.

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November 4, 2011
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November 4, 2011
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Legacy
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23118

Small & Sustainable in North America

More than ever, sustainable surface and groundwater supplies are essential to communities across North America and around the world. The strains of industry and agriculture on groundwater are noticeable as pressures on water supplies intensify and supply patterns change. The increase in agriculture over vulnerable aquifers, climate change and hydrocarbon production are impacting water quality. Unregulated use or uncontrolled flow of groundwater can cause water quality degradation and conflict between water users.

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Small drinking water systems opt for POE UV treatment

About The Author: 

Robin Keating is a regional sales manager with at VIQUA, a Trojan Technologies Co. Keating can be reached at rkeating@viqua.com

Publication Date: 
October 26, 2011
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October 26, 2011
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23090

UV Technology

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August 2011

UV Pure Technologies’ ultraviolet water purification systems are leaders in effectiveness and advanced technology. Patented Crossfire technology is self-cleaning, fail-safe and virtually maintenance free. Hallett systems are NSF 55 Class-A certified; Upstream systems meet NSF 55A standards at UVT levels as low as 50%. All offer remote monitoring.

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The Multi-Barrier Approach

Safe drinking water is a privilege in North America. Though essential to good health, it is often taken for granted. It is delivered to our homes or offices for our enjoyment with little thought given to where it originated or how it got there. We expect water to come forth as required. We expect water to both look and taste good. We expect our health to be protected. It is only in times of crises that our awareness is devoted to this invaluable resource.

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The advantages of combining chemical and physical processes

About The Author: 

Diane Arnott is a market research specialist with VIQUA, a Trojan Technologies company. Arnott can be reached at darnott@viqua.com or 519.763.1032.

Publication Date: 
April 13, 2011
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April 13, 2011
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22689

UV Disinfection: Step By Step

Basics of putting UV disinfection systems to good use

About The Author: 

Sheila Berg is marketing communications manager for VIQUA – a Trojan Technologies Co. Berg can be reached at sberg@viqua.com or at 800.265.7246.

Activation Date: 
September 13, 2010
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Legacy
Legacy ID: 
22145