The Doulton Rio 2000 offers superior flow rates for domestic and light commercial environments. The module does not require a power supply and uses six bespoke Sterasyl ceramic filter candles to maximize flow rates even at low water pressure. The module is reusable—only the filter candles need replacement—and is available with or without a jumbo Big
WWIF founder travels to Ghana to expand the foundation's humanitarian efforts
Guillermo Guzman, founder of Wishing Well International Foundation (WWIF), is travelling to meet with members of the Safe Water Ghana (SWG) team to witness and assist with the deployment of filters to 50 more families in the village of Bagliga in northern Ghana. This latest deployment completes the project initiated by the students at St. Paul Lutheran School in Boca Raton, Fla.
New Aquasana filters remove chloramines from drinking and shower water
Aquasana will introduce new products at the annual International Builders' Show (IBS), Jan. 22 to 24 in Las Vegas. Organized by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), IBS is the country's largest light construction building industry tradeshow. The event kicks off the year by showcasing the market's hottest trends from industry leaders.
Zuvo Water's Stratus combines a modern faucet design with patented water filtration technology
Zuvo Water launched Stratus, the world’s first cloud-connected water filtration and faucet ecosystem, on Indiegogo today. The system combines modern faucet design, Zuvo’s patented water filtration technology and a cloud-connected app.
Stratus' features include:
A group of 400 native Peruvian Amazonians known as the Maijuna desperately searched for answers to help reduce their high child mortality rate when it became clear that their drinking water was one of the major culprits.
Water filtration system provides Amazon villages with cleaner water
The Tequatic Plus fine particle filter combines continuously cleaning, cross-flow filtration with centrifugal separation. It is designed to handle a range of difficult-to-treat feedwaters consistently and cost-effectively. Applications range from pretreatment for ultrafiltration and RO to filtering produced water for oil and gas. The product can be used as an alternative or a complement to traditional filtration and is currently available in various flow rates, with filter cutoffs from 10 to 55 µ to meet specific customer needs.
ONE cartridge tank filter systems are offered in two configurations and can utilize a variety of large-capacity cartridges, extending replacement cycle times. The EF-835-1 cartridge tank, with top-mount valve including bypass, is suitable for residential and light commercial applications. The EF-835-2 cartridge tank was designed with a 2-in. inlet/outlet connection at the bottom of the tank, making it ideal for commercial and industrial applications.
KDF Fluid Treatment Inc. offers literature featuring its KDF 55 Process Medium, which provides a highly effective means of removing contaminants from water at the point-of-use. The brochure includes charts, graphs and illustrations detailing the effectiveness of the medium as well as color photos depicting some of its numerous applications.
As many as 2,000 people in remote villages lacking public utilities will benefit
The Prem Rawat Foundation (TPRF) has made a grant of $15,000 to provide clean drinking water to an estimated 1,880 students and teachers plus nearby villages through eight schools in remote provinces of Thailand.
The funds went to the Drinking Water for Schoolchildren Project run by Thailand's Betterment of Life Foundation (BoLF) to purchase tanks and filtration systems selected to best meet the needs of each school. Once they are installed, BoLF will maintain these systems indefinitely.
The application of activated carbon to drinking water dates all the way back to 450 B.C., when Phoenician trading ships stored drinking water in charred wooden barrels. This practice was widely in use on long sea voyages by the 18th century. Even today, brewers use charred wooden barrels to remove impurities during the aging process.
Assessing activated carbon requires a rigorous review