Pretreatment for Portable Purification

U.S. Army deploys a new generation of water purification technology

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John McArdle is director of business development for Koch Membrane Systems. McArdle can be reached by e-mail at info@kochmembrane.com.

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October 28, 2009
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21209

RO System

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57491
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The H-Series RO system produces 700 to 1,500 gal per day in a compact footprint: 19 in. in height by 28 in. in width and 11 in. deep. The stainless steel systems are designed for restaurants, beverage kiosks and misting systems. Product water TDS can be adjusted for high purity or high recovery with recirculation and blending valves.

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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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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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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.

Activation Date: 
December 18, 2008
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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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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.

Activation Date: 
November 9, 2007
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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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18345