Argonide to offer select installations at no charge
Argonide Corp., a Sanford, Fla., company that manufactures ultra-high efficiency water purification filters, has launched a “no charge” sample program to develop new markets. Its goal is to take advantage of the benefits provided by its patented electropositive NanoCeram filtration technology. The Argonide-sponsored program will determine the efficacy and economic benefits of using its pleated filter cartridges in a variety of applications.
The Nelsen AIO Air Injection Oxidizing Filter System, as a single tank system, is an efficient and cost-effective solution for the removal of iron and sulfur. It can remove up to 8 ppm hydrogen sulfide and up to 7 ppm iron, and it comes equipped with a Fleck 2510SXT air injection control head that automatically backwashes the system daily to clean and flush the media.
CEI’s headquarters are located in Circleville, Ohio, in a state-of-the-art 21,000-sq-ft facility. CEI Anthracite is the company’s manufacturing facility located in Hazelton, Pa. CEI utilizes plants throughout the world to supply customers with high-quality filter media at the best possible price.
For more than 54 years, Harmsco Inc. has provided solutions to liquid filtration challenges. Whether the application is residential, industrial, environmental or municipal, it manufactures innovative and cost-effective approaches to all filtration needs. The company offers a full line of stainless steel filter housings and pleated cartridge elements that are NSF 61 certified and meet public drinking water standards.
ZeroWater is praising Maryland’s clean water initiatives
The state of Maryland recently passed legislation to provide more funding to improve the quality of the Chesapeake Bay, storm water pollution rates and improve wastewater treatment plants. These initiatives are all in response to deteriorating water quality, a problem that ZeroWater is helping consumers address with its advancements in water filtration.
H2Zero Backwash/Recycle Systems conserve water by storing and treating contaminated backwash water from filtration and treatment systems. Nearly all water filtration-related processes that remove target contaminants generate liquid or solid residuals that need to be subsequently managed. Increasingly stringent regulatory discharge standards and emphasis on sustainability are demanding more environmentally friendly solutions for these residuals.
The filter company is giving away a complimentary gift with the purchase of selected items for Father's Day
Filtersfast.com, an online retailer in water and air filters, announced an eco-friendly promotion with ZeroWater Home Purification Filtration Systems. ZeroWater, makers of a dual ion exchange filter pitcher system, is giving away a complimentary gift with the purchase of selected items carried on Filtersfast.com for Father’s Day .
ZeroWater recently was named a “filter that really works” in Good Housekeeping magazine and appeared in a special segment on The Today Show.
In 2007, the NSF Intl. Drinking Water Treatment Unit Joint Committee revised the NSF/ANSI Standard 53 protocol for pH 8.5 lead reduction based on a substantial amount of research on particulate and colloidal lead. The research conducted by the NSF task group revealed a great deal of inconsistency in the amount of particulate lead formed from batch to batch and from laboratory to laboratory due to the precipitation of this element from the solution.
Testing and developing a lead-reduction filter for gravity pitchers
Water softener resin is extremely porous, which is beneficial because it allows for more surface area to capture calcium and other metals in source water. Surprisingly, 99% of ion exchange actually happens in the interior of the bead. Resin beads, ranging in size from 16 to 50 mesh, are abused daily during the backwash process and by contaminants in the source water. Resin could last much longer in these hostile environments with a few fairly inexpensive solutions.
Cleaning options to reduce resin fouling