Carbon Link Corporation

Carbon Link Corporation - A dedicated leader in the water treatment industry with incomparable service, technical expertise, and priority customer service. Offering a full line of bituminous coal & coconut shell activated carbons, filter media, catalytic carbons for H2S removal, chloramines & THMs and specialty medias for heavy metals, fluoride & all forms of arsenic. System design, technical expertise and full-service on-site services also available.

Address

213 East Chestnut Street
Mt. Vernon, OH 43050
USA
Phone: (740) 392-3956
Fax: (740) 392-8956

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AXEON Water Technologies

AXEON Water Technologies is a complete solutions provider for membrane systems, elements, housings, chemicals and components for industrial, commercial and residential applications. AXEON has invested more than two decades in the research, engineering, manufacturing and distribution of water treatment products. We are proud to have earned the trust and respect of industry experts and of our customer base around the globe. Our customers select AXEON as their membrane solutions provider because they value our commitment to manufacture high-quality systems that meet international water purity standards for point-of-use and point-of-entry applications; provide exceptional customer service to our customers; stock inventories that exceed our customers' demands; provide technical, sales and marketing support that improve our customers' efficiency and their customers' satisfaction; and maintain a constant focus on innovation and improved system design. At AXEON, we are determined to continue as a leader in membrane technology and innovation, to better serve our customers and support their success.

Address

40980 County Center Drive, Suite 100
Temecula, CA 92591
United States
Toll-free: 800.320.4074
Phone: 760.723.5417
Fax: 760.728.5062

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Automated Pure Water Inc.

Address

4350 5th Street, SW
Vero Beach, Florida 32968
USA
Phone: 772-567-2488
Fax: 772-567-2503

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Water-Right, Inc.

Water-Right has manufactured water conditioning systems for residential, commercial and industrial markets since 1963. Their Sanitizer Plus Series employs a unique silica-crystal media that effectively removes hardness, iron and manganese and raises pH levels - all in a single pass. The Sanitizer Plus’s chlorine generator produces free chlorine from the system’s brine water to sanitize the media bed with every regeneration. Water-Right's Impression Series water softeners feature the ability to customize regeneration cycle sequence and all time settings to optimize operation. Comprehensive water testing services are also available through Water-Right’s state-certified laboratory.

Address

1900 Prospect Court
Appleton, WI 54914
United States
Phone: 800-777-1426
Fax: 920-739-9406

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Calgon Carbon Corp.

Calgon Carbon Corporation (NYSE:CCC) is a global manufacturer and supplier of activated carbon, ultraviolet (UV) and ion-exchange treatment technologies and services that optimize production processes and safely purifying water and air. The Company produces and sells a broad range of products for use in liquid and vapor phase treatments across a diverse range of applications, such as drinking water purification, food and beverage production, site remediation, and marine water treatment. Visit www.calgoncarbon.com, call +1-412-787-6700, or e-mail info@calgoncarbon-us.com.

Address

500 Calgon Carbon Drive
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15205
Phone: (412)787-6700
Fax: (412)787-6713

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Carbon Filters

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December 2011

These carbon cartridges eliminate problems associated with loose carbon treatment. Standard cartridges measure 2 ¾ in. in diameter with lengths of 4 to 40 in. With flow rates reaching 2.5 gpm, cartridges are designed for use in either single- or multi-tubed vessels. Carbon styles include high-grade coconut carbon, carbon impregnated paper and wet-molded carbon block.

Carbon Filtration Basics

Six months ago I opened the refrigerator to pour myself a glass of water from my pour-through pitcher. As I was filling my glass, I realized I could not remember the last time I changed the carbon filter. I had been thinking about replacing the filter for a while—a really long while.

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Determining when to change your activated carbon filter

About The Author: 

Amanda Thomas, CWS-VI, is product certification supervisor for the Water Quality Assn. Thomas can be reached at athomas@wqa.org or 630.505.0359.

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November 4, 2011
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November 4, 2011
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Reclaim, Reuse, Reduce

Gateway Village, a 15-acre mixed-use development complex in North Carolina—designed to bring businesses, retailers, restaurants, new residents and visitors to the area—was developed through a joint venture between Bank of America and Cousins Properties. The complex is home to three office towers totaling more than 1 million sq ft of class A office space. In late 2007, North Carolina and a large portion of the southeastern U.S. endured an exceptional drought that prompted water restrictions across the region.

The Concept

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Water reclamation system saves energy & water costs

About The Author: 

Joe Sgroi is an environmental applications engineer for Aqualine Water Treatment Products. Sgroi can be reached at jsgroi@aqualine.net or 704.895.5500.

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November 4, 2011
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November 4, 2011
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A Learning Experience

When McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, set about constructing its new Engineering Technology Building, it used the latest state-of-the-art technology not only to achieve U.S. Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification, but also to create a living laboratory to train students on the building systems of the future. One of the components is a rainwater harvesting system that collects, filters and disinfects rainwater for non-potable and potable use in the building.

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First-of-its-kind system treats rainwater for potable reuse

About The Author: 

Rick VanSant is president and CEO of UV Pure Technologies. VanSant can be reached at rvansant@uvpure.com or 416.208.9884.

Publication Date: 
September 22, 2011
Activation Date: 
September 22, 2011
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Organic Contaminant Removal With Activated Carbon

Activated carbon is commonly used in point-of-use (POU) and point-of-entry (POE) water applications. Activated carbon is predominantly used to remove organic-based contaminants and inorganic contaminants like free chlorine and monochloramine from water. Other water treatment processes such as reverse osmosis or ion exchange are better suited for other inorganic chemicals that may be present in water.

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Factors impacting contaminant removal

About The Author: 

Robert Potwora is technical director of Carbon Resources. Potwora can be reached at robert@carbonresources.com or 760.630.5724.

Publication Date: 
May 31, 2011
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May 31, 2011
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