Vessels

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September 2009

The 2500/4000 Series stainless steel membrane pressure vessels are precision manufactured, using high-grade materials, for connection to standard RO membrane elements and are available in 304 and 316 stainless steel. They are constructed from 2-mm-thick stainless steel and use glass-fiber reinforced polyamide end caps. Vessels are fitted with EPDM U-packing sealers to provide superior leak proofing.

RO Systems

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June 2009

New Titan commercial reverse osmosis (RO) systems have an expandable, space-saving wall-mount design ranging in size from 250 to 4,000 gal per day. The RO systems come standard with low-energy, high-rejection membranes, aluminum powder-coated frames and utilize other high-grade components.

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Under the Sea

RO system effectively maintains Atlanta’s massive aquarium

About The Author: 

Trude Witham is senior technical writer for Siemens Water Technologies. Witham can be reached at 978.614.7198 or by e-mail at trude.witham@siemens.com.

Activation Date: 
January 28, 2009
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Legacy
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20080

Forward Osmosis & Water Treatment

Understanding self-dosing systems in water filtration devices

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Youn-Kook Kim, Ph.D., and Soo-Young Lee are senior researchers for the Research Div./Environment Technology Institute of Woongjin Coway, Ltd., Coway USA, Inc. Both can be reached at 213.480.1600 or by e-mail at dealer@coway-usa.com.

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December 18, 2008
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Legacy
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19931

Improving Water Quality with RO

Biofiltration and reverse osmosis solve water treatment problems in Minnesota

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Craig R. Granlund is senior account manager for Dow Water Solutions. Granlund can be reached at 952.233.1445 or by e-mail at craig@dow.com.

Activation Date: 
October 24, 2008
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Legacy
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19757

When Two Plus Two Does Not Equal Four

Why saving money today increases the risk of failures tomorrow

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Jerry Horner, CWS-VI, CI, is vice president of sales and technical support for Topway Global, Inc. He can be reached at 714.255.7999, or by e-mail at jerry@tgipure.com.

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November 9, 2007
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Legacy
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18650

The Skinny on Standards

An overview of NSF/ANSI drinking water treatment unit standards

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Ellen Van Buren is an account representative for the NSF Drinking Water Treatment Units Program. She can be reached at 800.NSF.MARK, or by e-mail at vanburen@nsf.org.

Activation Date: 
July 26, 2007
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18383

Overcoming Water Restrictions

RO supplies Florida’s Jupiter Island Golf Club with an alternative water source

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Jorg Menningmann is director of large projects for ITT Water & Wastewater. He can be reached at 561.684.6300, or by e-mail at jorg.menningmann@itt.com.

Activation Date: 
July 12, 2007
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Legacy
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18345

Ion Exchange—A Workhorse for Drinking Water Treatment

Ion exchange resins offer effective contaminant removal, an economical choice and good DBP control

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Francis Boodoo is a technical sales manager for the Purolite Co. Boodoo is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Water Quality Products. He can be reached at 800.343.1500, or by e-mail at fboodoo@puroliteusa.com.

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April 25, 2007
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Legacy
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18110

More Value for the Customer

Decentralized treatment helps small communities comply with arsenic rule and prepare for future regulations

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Matthew Sweetman is vice president and general manager of Watts Premier. He can be reached at 623.505.1516.

Activation Date: 
March 1, 2006
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Legacy
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16787