Application of AquaSorb HS to Condensate Treatment

An additional advantage to this recycling of the condensate is that it avoids environmental issues associated with the disposal of contaminated water.

About The Author: 

Andy Wilde is technical director for Jacobi Carbons in U.K. He can be reached by phone at +44-151-649-8344 or E-mail at andy.wilde@jacobi.net. Jim Knepper is national sales manager for Jacobi Carbons, Inc. He can be reached by phone at
412-269-9816 or E-mail at jim.knepper@jacobi.net.

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October 7, 2004
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15501

Activated Carbon for Bromate Reduction

Various authors have studied the use of activated carbon and for the most part have concluded activated carbon is not a cost-effective solution. However, these authors have failed to realize the limitations of carbon validation methods or the fact that not all carbons are alike, especially when chemical reactions control the process.

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Tech Update

About The Author: 

Kimberly Thompson is an inside technical sales representative at Calgon Carbon Corp. She holds a bachelor of science in biochemistry from Steon Hill College, Greensburg, Pa., and has five years of experience as a chemist at Calgon Carbon. She may be reached at 412-787-6315; thompson@calgoncarbon.com. Neal Megonnell is a corporate technical sales specialist at Calgon Carbon. He holds a bachelor of science in chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh and a masters of science in chemical engineering/colloids, polymers and surfaces from Carnegie Mellon University. He may be reached at 412-787-6638; megonnell@calgoncarbon.com.

Activation Date: 
October 31, 2003
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14568

8th Annual Activated Carbon Conference Show Review

The 8th Annual International Activated Carbon Conference (IACC-8) and optional training courses took place on Sept. 18—23. This article provides a brief review of some of the activities and summaries of the speakers’ topics.

About The Author: 

Barbara Sherman, MS, is responsible for short courses and conferences at Professional Analytical and Consulting Services, Inc. (PACS). She coordinates short courses in public and at the client’s time and place. She can be reached at 800-367-2587; fax 724-457-1214; http://members.aol.com/hnpacs/pacs.htm
Henry G. Nowicki, Ph.D., MBA, is president of PACS, which conducts research and development to take out and put chemicals into activated carbons. PACS has developed software programs for the activated carbon industry: the AC Tester instrument to evaluate used and unused activated carbons’ remaining service life, ASTM laboratory testing, GC/MS, ICP/AA instrumental chemical analysis and consulting services. He may be reached at Hnpacs@aol.com; 724-457-6576; fax 724-457-1214.

Activation Date: 
January 1, 2001
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11933

Exploring the Multifunctional Nature of Activated Carbon Filtration

Granular activated carbon (GAC) is commonly used for removing organic constituents and residual disinfectants in water supplies. Activated carbon is a favored water treatment technique because of its multifunctional nature and the fact that it adds nothing detrimental to the treated water.

About The Author: 

Francis J. DeSilva has worked in the water treatment industry for more than 20 years. He is national sales manager for ResinTech, Inc., and currently is the director of the Water Treatment Section of the Liberty Bell Corrosion Course.

Activation Date: 
December 28, 2000
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11514

Media-Bed Filtration: Painstaking Analysis of Situation Leads to a Long-Term Solution

Many filtration products are available. Asking the correct questions is important in obtaining an optimum product for the desired application.

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Filtration

About The Author: 

E. Marvin Greenstein has a BS in chemical engineering, and a distinguished career in filtration system design and application. He founded LEEM Filtration Products, Inc., Ramsey, NJ, in 1977 and serves as president

Activation Date: 
December 28, 2000
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Activated Carbon Basics

Activated carbon is like a radio: everyone knows it works, but few people know exactly how. This article is a brief summary of the sources of carbons, the activation process, the principle of adsorption, and the range of current applications.

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A brief summary of the sources of carbons, the activation process, the principle of adsorption, and the range of current applications

About The Author: 

Elwood V. Rinehart is Product Manager for Potable/Process Water Treatment Carbons for Barnebey & Sutcliffe Corporation, Columbus, Ohio. Woody has been in the water treatment industry for more than 35 years, with over 12 years of specific experience with both gas and liquid adsorption applications for activated carbon.

Publication Date: 
December 28, 2000
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December 28, 2000
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