Partnership with DEKA R&D will provide water purification systems to rural parts of Latin America and Africa
To further advance the Coca-Cola Co.’s goal to replenish 100% of the water used in its beverages and their production by 2020 and support sustainable communities, the company announced a long-term global clean water partnership with DEKA R&D to bring DEKA President Dean Kamen’s “Slingshot” technology to communities where potable water access is limited. The company and DEKA R&D also will partner with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Group and Africare to bring the technology to communities in need in rural parts of Latin America and Africa, respectively.
High-flow industrial pleated phenolic cartridges for high capacity filtration offer lower overall operating costs, longer filter runs for fewer change outs and increased contaminant removal for temperatures up to 250 ̊F. Features include fewer cartridges for fewer change outs and lower maintenance costs, pleated filter media and pleated surface area. Designed for aqueous and oil-based fluid applications, they are offered in three sizes (40, 90 and 170) and two micron ratings (5 and 20). Applications include quench oils, water-soluble coolants, petrochemicals, lubricating oil and more.
The EcoFast incorporates the latest technology improvements in water filter systems, offering a built-in shut-off valve, quarter-turn filter body removal with the exclusive ability of then being able to remove the spent filter without discarding the filter housing. Proprietary filter cartridges and a full range of filter options are available. It has NSF Component Certifications for Standards 42 and 53.
Site makes National Priorities List after tests showed that public water supply and five private wells within a one-mile radius all had elevated TCE levels
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that, with support from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Circle Court Ground Water Plume in Willow Park, Texas, has been added to the National Priorities List (NPL) of Superfund sites.
Intellectual property rights feature new systems designs, technology platforms and patents
Axeon Water Technologies announced the acquisition of assets and intellectual property rights of a leading systems manufacturer. The company, formerly known as Pure-O-Tech, is a manufacturer and full service provider of commercial and industrial reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, ozone and filtration systems. For more than a decade, Pure-O-Tech has provided comprehensive system designs and engineered solutions to customers for a variety of applications.
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Paragon donated 10,000 water filters for use in sports bottles
Paragon Water Systems of Clearwater, Fla., a long-time supporter and Wishing Well International Foundation (WWIF) Platinum Sponsor since the foundation’s inception, has donated 10,000 filters for use in sports bottles. The donation of the filters follows a donation made in 2011 of 10,000 stainless steel sports bottles. The filter is designed to improve taste and remove bacteria from the water. It can be used in the bottles donated by Paragon or the newly designed WWIF bottle after changes to the cap are made to accommodate the filter.
These filters are built using ResinTech premium ion exchange resins and activated carbon products. Filters are filled fresh from the manufacturing facility to give them maximum shelf life. Each product is individually lot numbered to provide traceability through the company’s quality program. Each lot number provides the complete history of a filter, including date of manufacture, assembly location and quality control of the media.
CGS is a light-colored, high-capacity, gel-type, sulfonated, strongly acidic, polystyrene cation resin supplied in sodium form as moist, tough, uniform, spherical beads. It is intended for use in all water softening applications, including beverages, potable water and food processing. Its high capacity and DVB content provide long life.