Water Purifier

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The H2gO purifier is a handheld 3-oz device that converts a few grains of common salt into a powerful disinfecting solution in seconds. It can treat 1 to 20 liters of water at a time and never needs replacement parts. The purifier is simple to use and free to operate. It is driven by a cell phone battery that can be charged by the integrated solar panel or USB, and is able to treat 300 liters of water per charge. There is an LED flashlight for nighttime operation.

UV Systems

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These residential UV systems can treat water at a variety of flow rates, from 7 to 20 gpm. Features include a stainless steel chamber, electronic ballast and an alarm to indicate lamp usage or power failure. The MWC-ES Series includes a solenoid valve to shut off the water supply in case of outages, and the MWC-EM Series has an additional UV meter to monitor wavelength.

Website

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UV Superstore Inc. launched a new website for improved user experience and enhanced functionality. It features an extensive search and cross-reference of replacement UV lamps, quartz sleeves and other consumables for use in most UV water and air treatment systems.  The new website features UV Superstore brand UV treatment systems, with models for residential and commercial/industrial applications. Designed to give the user access to the company’s knowledge base, which comes from many years of experience, the new website is designed as an online tool to find “anything UV.”

Filtration Systems

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Rosedale offers a wide variety of filtration systems for environmental and remediation markets. The automatic backwashing filtration system determines when the dirt load is too great and backwashes the element clean, all unattended. Rosedale filters can remove large quantities of sediment, hydrocarbons and protozoan cysts such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium. With high flow rates and dirt-holding capacities, they will meet a wide variety of needs. Elements are easily disposed of by incineration or at solid waste landfills. 

Disinfection System

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The RIO Zuni generates 1 or 2 lb of chlorine-equivalent mixed oxidant solution chemistry from salt for biofilm and airborne bacterial control in process and makeup water disinfection per day. The system is designed for minimal maintenance with no storage or handling of hazardous chemicals. It can handle up to 170 mg/L hardness without softening and has an optional integrated brine tank and remote monitoring capabilities. This cost-effective solution is ideal for industrial and commercial cooling towers.
 

MIOX Partners With Simply Water

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MIOX Corp. signs distribution agreement with Simply Water LLC for North America aquatics

MIOX Corp. has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Simply Water LLC for North America aquatics. Simply Water has represented a broad range of onsite generation technologies, and is an expert in aquatics water disinfection.

The two companies have worked together for many years prior to entering into this agreement. Simply Water has installed MIOX patented mixed-oxidant solution (MOS) onsite generation systems at indoor and outdoor pools ranging from 20,000 to 1 million gal of water at facilities such as YMCAs, parks and recreation, school districts and universities.

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April 12, 2013

Disinfection Double Team

West Fraser Mills in Williams Lake, British Columbia, Canada, received a demand order from the province’s Workmen’s Compensation Board to have potable, disinfected water available at all locations in its sawmill, including in the dust suppression misting system.

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Canadian mill installs UF & UV to meet disinfection needs

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Kim Sepkowski is owner and operator of Air & Water Home Environment Centre Inc. Sepkowski can be reached at donato@specialassignment.com or 416.964.6118.

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April 11, 2013
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April 11, 2013
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From Lower DOC to Lower DBPs

The town of Hudson Bay, with a population of 1,500 people, is located in the Red Deer Valley, between the Porcupine and Pasquia Hills in northeast Saskatchewan, Canada. It is widely known for its forestry, agriculture and wildlife.

Like many rural communities in the province, Hudson Bay is faced with treating a challenging potable water source. Its raw water is high in dissolved organic carbon (DOC), which can vary by 4 mg/L throughout the year. DOC is a known precursor to the formation of halogenated organic disinfection byproducts (DBPs) such as trihalomethanes.

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Pretreatment system helps small town reduce DBP formation & chemical use

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Miguel Arias, Ph.D., P.E., is project manager/water treatment specialist for Orica Watercare. Arias can be reached at miguel.arias@orica.com or 303.268.5074.

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April 11, 2013
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April 11, 2013
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Carbon Block

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FX ChloraGuard carbon blocks provide five times more chloramine reduction capacity than standard carbon blocks. With more than 70 million Americans drinking chloraminated water, the need for chloramine filtration products has never been greater. These carbon blocks are available in all standard sizes for POU, POE and light commercial applications.

Scaling Back Bacteria

The Legionella bacterium, Legionella pneumophila — the fundamental agent of Legionnaires’ disease — is a water-based organism that causes infection when inhaled in aerosol form. Legionnaires’ disease acquired its name in 1976, when an outbreak of pneumonia occurred among attendees of a convention of the American Legion in Philadelphia. Later, the bacterium causing the illness was named Legionella.

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Scale prevention helps reduce risk of Legionnaires’ disease

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Jan de Baat Doelman is president of Scalewatcher North America Inc. Doelman can be reached at jan@scalewatcher.com or 610.932.6888.

Publication Date: 
March 20, 2013
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March 20, 2013
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