California Startup Creates Solution for Contaminated Water

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Evo Eau
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The Evo Eau reusable water bottle filters up to 99% of contaminants from tap water

Evo Eau — a reusable water bottle that filters up to 99% of contaminants from municipally supplied tap water — is now available through IndieGoGo.

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September 12, 2013

Filters

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Manufactured in the U.S. for more than 20 years, these filters provide increased surface area, low pressure drop and long service life. Pleated filters are manufactured in polypropylene for wider chemical compatibility and industrial use, polyester for water applications and reusability, and cellulose media for economical uses. Pleated filters are available in all standard sizes. Custom dimensions are welcome.

Sediment Depth Filters

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Axeon SDF sediment depth filters are available in 2.5- and 4.5-in. diameters and provide economical and high-quality options for numerous pre- and post-filtration applications. SDF cartridges are engineered to create an outside-in flow that allows the outermost layer to capture large particles and the inner layer to capture the stated micron rating of the filter.

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Filtration Vessel Cover

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The top dome Umbrella for the Cartridge Tank filtration vessel is a molded plastic cover solution that keeps rain and water off the top cap of this POE filter series. It is ideal for parts of the world that do not have basements, where installations are outside. Held in place by provided Velcro, it is removable for easy access and removal of filtration solutions.

Filter Cartridges Resolve Wide Range of Water Quality Problems

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August 27, 2013

Axeon Water Technologies carries a complete line of filter cartridges equipped to remove and reduce common water problems such as sediment, bacteria, cysts, chlorine and organics from various water sources. Cartridges can be used as standalone solutions or integrated into system configurations for maximum effectiveness.

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Filter Cartridges & Housings

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The expanded line of Aqua Flo filters now is available in string wound, pleated polyester, radial flow, carbon block, dual gradient, impregnated carbon cellulose, impregnated carbon polyester, pleated cellulose, spun poly bonded and polypropylene melt-blown construction types. Aqua Flo housings now include the Big Value series and new clear housings. Every housing ships with a mounting bracket, hardware and filter wrench.

Filter Cartridges

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Pentek DFX Series Diamond Flow cartridges utilize several core competencies by merging technologies into one cartridge. The cartridges offer the chlorine taste and odor reduction found in traditional Pentek carbon blocks, joined with sediment reduction to resist premature plugging. These dual-purpose cartridges are well suited for a wide range of applications.

Cartridge Tanks

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The Yellow Series of filtration solutions for the Cartridge Tank filtration vessel is now available. This series consists of combination filters with an outer layer of polypropylene string and a meltblown polypropylene core. All components and materials are FDA approved.

String-Wound Cartridges

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SW Premium string-wound cartridges for Hurricane and WaterBetter filter housings are wound in a precise pattern around the core, providing dual-gradient filtration with greater surface area. They are capable of withstanding temperatures up to 165°F (74°C) and will accommodate flow rates up to 150 gpm. They feataure ABS end caps for superior O-ring cartridge sealing, with no bypass like standard string-wound cartridges. They are manufactured from durable polypropylene material that is wound around a rigid perforated steel core for superior performance and longer filter runs.

Industrial Filtration Design & Selection

Industrial water treatment can be classified by the following categories (not including wastewater treatment, which is a separate topic):

  • Process water treatment;
  • Boiler water treatment; and
  • Cooling water treatment.

Water treatment is used to optimize most water-based industrial processes, including heating, cooling, processing, cleaning and rinsing, so that operating costs and risks are reduced.

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Proper sizing & media selection for successful systems

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Gerry Bulfin, CWS-IV, is CEO of Clean Water Systems & Stores Inc. Bulfin can be reached at gb@cleanwaterstore.com or 831.462.8500.

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July 8, 2013
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