Monitor

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General
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56898
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May 2009

HM Digital’s QC-1 is a “Push-to-Test” TDS monitor designed to monitor the effectiveness of any water purification and filtration system that removes TDS. The unit is battery operated and can be easily installed in minutes. It has eight programmable settings (by dip switch) for either TDS or conductivity. Once installed, a user simply needs to press the button. If the TDS level is below the set point, a green light will be illuminated. If above the set point, a red light will display, indicating service is required. It’s backed by a one-year warranty.

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Testing for Bacteria

Running bacteria samples in-house

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February 27, 2008
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Legacy
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19012

Making Sense of the Treatment Requirements

UV, NSF Standard 55 and the LT2 Rule

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May 30, 2007
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Legacy
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18211

pH Meters

The right pH instrument allows for accurate and quick water analysis.

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Overview of factors that can affect the life of your pH instruments

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This article was contributed by Myron L Co. For more information visit www.myronl.com

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April 4, 2005
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Legacy
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15924

What’s in That Water?

Never has water testing been so important. Local newspaper articles and other media outlets force consumers to be more aware of their water and, therefore, may convince them have their water tested. New and changing MCLs also drive the need to test water. Water testing can be used to pinpoint a customer’s water problem as well as to strengthen the customer relationship by supplying third-party test results the customer can trust.

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Water tests and analytical equipment

Publication Date: 
March 30, 2004
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March 30, 2004
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Legacy
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15007

Scattered Across the Nation

I thought I would take a moment to bring you up to speed on some of the contaminants making the news in the last month or so.

It is safe to say that this month’s issue has turned into a focus on contaminants. When researching and writing drinking water news for our website, I, of course, get the scoop on both breaking news and some that is less publicized in the greater media. I thought I would take a moment to bring you up to speed on some of the contaminants making the news in the last month or so.

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March 30, 2004
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March 30, 2004
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Legacy
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15002

Measuring Dissolved Ozone

A new technology shows promise for measuring dissolved ozone and can be used in applications such as bottling plants, water stores and food and beverage plant process water treatment.

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Company develops new method of measurement for bottled water plants

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Lawrence B. Kilham has a master’s degree from the Sloan School of Management at MIT. He holds three patents in instrumentation and received the IR 100 award for technical innovation. Kilham has published numerous technical articles and addresses professional societies. He also published a book, Great Idea to a Great Company: Making Inventions Pay. Kilham has been in sales, engineering and management positions in high tech companies since 1965. Currently, he is owner of Eco Sensors, Inc., a rapidly growing instrument company in Santa Fe, N.M., and is a director of several start-up companies. He can be reached at [email protected].

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September 26, 2003
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Legacy
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14438
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