Applied Membranes, Inc.

Industry leader in RO expertise and membrane applications since 1983, Applied Membranes manufactures Membrane Systems, AMI® brand and private-label Membranes ,and Membrane Chemicals. From residential to 1 MGD size, AMI RO, NF, UF, MF and EDI Systems are used in many applications from Water Reuse, Brackish and Sea Water to Ultrapure Water with thousands of installations world-wide. AMI also designs, sells and leases Pilot Plants. AMI Membranes have a reputation for quality and are offered in TF RO, CTA/CAB, UF,NF, MF materials. Also a major stocking distributor of FILMTEC® and other membranes as well as components for systems. UL Listed Panel Shop and ISO 9001:2008 QMS Certified.

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2325 Cousteau Ct.
Vista, CA 92081
United States
Phone: 760-727-3711
Fax: 760-727-4427

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Pureteck Co.

Pureteck Co., Inc serves residential, commercial, industrial and OEM markets worldwide as innovators in water purification. Today, we lead the industry because of our simple philosophy that our customers come first. We don't just want to satisfy you, we want to impress you. As both a manufacturer and supplier of comprehensive water filtration components and systems, we can offer consistent high quality products. That's hard to find when you buy from multiple manufacturers. Pureteck is the Only and One stop source for you.

Address

3534 Philadelphia St.
Chino, CA 91710
USA
Phone: 909-627-0619, ext. 181
Fax: 909-627-0671

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Waterworld USA, Inc.

We specialize in reverse osmosis systems and water conditioning equipment. With dealers and distributors in 44 states and over 26 countries world wide. With the latest expansion branch in Cairo covering the African Continent our business and markets are steadily growing. At Waterworld USA, you will find the latest and finest in Reverse Osmosis technology, made to exceed global standards. In addition to manufacturing our own line of quality tested and validated RO systems, we also carry a wide selection of parts and components,including replacement filters, fittings, and testing instruments from the best brand names in water treatment.

Address

10875 Fallstone Rd.
Houston, Texas 77099
United States
Phone: 281-933-5777
Fax: 281-933-5776

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Pure Aqua, Inc.

Pure Aqua is a leading manufacturer of water treatment and reverse osmosis systems. Pure Aqua, activities range from small bracket mounted water treatment systems to hundreds of thousands of gallons per day custom built plants. Products Offered by Pure Aqua, Inc.: Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis, Sea Water Reverse Osmosis, Double Pass RO, Automatic Multi Media Filters, Automatic Carbon Filters, Cartridge Filters, Automatic Water Softeners, Electrodeionization, EDI, Two Column DI or Mixed Bed Deionizers, Ultra Violet Sterilizers (UV), Chemical Dosing Systems, Ozonation Systems, Chlorination Systems, and Custom Built Water Treatment Systems.

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2230 South Huron Drive
Santa Ana, CA 92704
United States
Phone: 714 432 9996, ext. 202
Fax: 714 432 9898

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Membrane Technology for Rural Areas

How membranes improved water quality in Australian villages

About The Author: 

Antonia von Gottberg is director of the process group, Koch Membrane Systems. Von Gottberg can be reached at 978.657.4250 or by e-mail at avongottberg@kochmembrane.com. Darren Lawrence and Christoph Kullmann are with Kich-Glitsch GmbH, Membrane Systems Div. They can be reached at +49.211.901.950.

Activation Date: 
June 25, 2008
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19394

Wound Around Membrane

Filament-wound fiberglass proves to be effective for membrane production

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Article contributed by McClean Anderson. Additional information is available at 715.355.3006, or by e-mail at sales@mccleananderson.com.

Activation Date: 
November 9, 2007
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Maximize Profits and Customer Satisfaction by Selecting the Correct Housing, Part II

Finding the right housing depends a lot on the application in which the housing will be used. Being familiar with your water filtration needs as well as researching the benefits of various types of housing will help you make the right decision.

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The following is part two of a two-part article.

About The Author: 

Marcia Rick, CWS-I, has served as a technical support specialist for Pentair Water Treatment, Sheboygan, Wis., for the past six years. Pentair Water Treatment’s Plymouth Products division manufactures a variety of housings and cartridges for many different applications under the PentekTM brand name. The Sheboygan plant has been making filter housings and cartridges for more than 36 years. For more information, visit www.pentekfiltration.com.

Activation Date: 
January 30, 2004
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Maximize Profits and Customer Satisfaction by Selecting the Correct Housing

The cartridge often is thought of as the heart of a filter system. However, the cartridge operates within a housing and even a cartridge that is perfectly matched to the application won’t perform adequately if it’s not also matched to a housing that meets the same application requirements. Specifying them together as an integrated system is the best way to assure they provide optimal performance.

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Filtration

Activation Date: 
December 31, 2003
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Revisiting the Selection of Stainless Steel in Water and Wastewater Treatment Environments: Part 3

Based on the City of Hollywood’s experience, the use of 316L stainless steel should be evaluated carefully due to the potential for problems in the erection and construction of water treatment facilities that will be in contact with high chloride water and/or other corrosive chemistries. As with many membrane facilities, much of the stainless steel is exposed (not buried), which subjected it to atmospheric as well as water quality problems. Therefore, unless the quality control of the raw and reject water (chemical, physical and microbial) can be assured, 316L stainless steel may not be the appropriate material for engineers to specify.

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Materials Selection

About The Author: 

Frederick Bloetscher, Ph.D., P.E., is with Public Utility Management and Planning Services, Inc., Hollywood, Fla. Phone 954-925-3492; Fax 954-925-2692; e-mail h2o_man@bellsouth.net
Richard J. Bullock is with Weir Materials and Foundries, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Phone 904-285-8039; Fax 904-285-8043; e-mail r.j.bullock@att.net.
Robert E. Fergen, P.E., is with Hazen and Sawyer, P.C., Raleigh, N.C. Phone 919-833-7152; Fax 919-833-1828; e-mail refergen@hazenandsawyer.com.
Gerhardt M. Witt, P.G., is with Gerhardt M. Witt & Associates, Inc., West Palm Beach, Fla. Phone 561-642-9923; Fax 561-642-3327; e-mail wittassoc@aol.com.
Gary D. Fries, P.E., is with Boyle Engineering Corporation, Orlando, Fla. Phone 407-425-1100; Fax 407-422-3866; e-mail gfries@boyleengineering.com.

Activation Date: 
July 2, 2002
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13198

Revisiting the Selection of Stainless Steel in Water and Wastewater Treatment Environments: Part 2

Aerobic bacteria (Crenothrix, Gallionella) primarily are encountered in the fresh surface waters, although anaerobic sulfate-reducing bacteria and facultative strains also are encountered. Ground waters are more likely to contain anaerobic and facultative bacteria, as well as Gallionella than surface waters.3 Sulfate-reducing bacteria also are found in seawater.3

About The Author: 

Frederick Bloetscher, Ph.D., P.E., is with Public Utility Management and Planning Services, Inc., Hollywood, Fla. Phone 954-925-3492; Fax
954-925-2692; e-mail h2o_man@bellsouth.net.

Richard J. Bullock is with Weir Materials and Foundries, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Phone 904-285-8039; Fax 904-285-8043; e-mail r.j.bullock@att.net.

Robert E. Fergen, P.E., is with Hazen and Sawyer, P.C., Raleigh, N.C. Phone 919-833-7152; Fax 919-833-1828; e-mail refergen@hazenandsawyer.com

Gerhardt M. Witt, P.G., is with Gerhardt M. Witt & Associates, Inc., West Palm Beach, Fla. Phone 561-642-9923; Fax 561-642-3327; e-mail wittassoc@aol.com

Gary D. Fries, P.E., is with Boyle Engineering Corporation, Orlando, Fla. Phone 407-425-1100; Fax: 407-422-3866; e-mail gfries@boyleengineering.com

Activation Date: 
June 5, 2002
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13137