Calcium & Magnesium Debate Continues

More than 162 participants from 25 countries attended the symposium on Health Aspects of Calcium and Magnesium in Drinking Water held April 24 to 26, in Baltimore. The symposium was organized by NSF International, the NSF/WHO Collaborating Centre for Drinking Water and the International Life Sciences Institute.

Stan Hazan, senior director of regulatory affairs for NSF, told Water Quality Products the goal of the symposium was to review epidemiological and other health-based information on the potential benefits of magnesium and calcium in drinking water.

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Neda Simeonova editor nsimeonova@sgcmail.com

Activation Date: 
January 1, 2006
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Soft Water Speaks for Itself

Exploring the benefits of softening

About The Author: 

Jerry Horner, CWS-VI, CI, is national sales manager for Topway Global, Inc., Brea, Calif. He can be reached at 714.255.7999, or by e-mail jerry@tgipure.com.

Activation Date: 
January 1, 2006
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Resin Regeneration Fundamentals

Regeneration procedures and guidelines for softeners and two-bed deionizers

About The Author: 

Frank DeSilva is national sales manager for ResinTech, Inc., West Berlin, N.J. He has been in the water treatment industry for more than 20 years. He can be reached at 760.809.4864, or by e-mail at fdesilva@resintech.com.

Activation Date: 
April 1, 2006
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It’s All About the Service

Honest, trustworthy, courteous—the three rules that every water service technician should follow.” This statement has lingered in the back of my head since I met with Ronald Gagnon CWS-IV, CI, an experienced dealer and owner of Aqua-Pure Water Conditioning, Inc. in Zion, Ill.

Deck: 

WQP observes the ins and outs of a residential softener installation

About The Author: 

Neda Simeonova is editor of Water Quality Products. She can be reached at 847.391.1007, or by e-mail at nsimeonova@sgcmail.com.

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Tanks & Pressure Vessels

Pressure vessels have made their mark on the water treatment industry. From residential treatment systems to commercial systems, pressure vessels are used in water softeners, filters and RO systems. Pressure vessel size and capacity correspond to the application, generally less than 120-gal. capacity in residential applications. Commercial applications require various capacities up to 2,000 gal.
Although pressure vessels once installed require little maintenance, proper care must be taken at the receiving, handling and installation stages to avoid damage or failure.

Deck: 

Overview of basic handling and installation requirements

About The Author: 

Neda Simeonova is editor of Water Quality Products. She can be reached at 847.391.1007, or by e-mail at nsimeonova@sgcmail.com.

Activation Date: 
June 2, 2005
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16113

Commercial Water Softener Repair Guide

This article will briefly address some of the more common commercial softener complaints and examine how to diagnose and hopefully correct them.

Deck: 

Meeting the needs of your customer

About The Author: 

Jerry Horner CWS-VI, CI is national sales
manager for Topway Global, Inc., Brea, Calif.
He can be reached at 714.255.7999, or by
e-mail at jerry@tgipure.com; www.tgipure.com.

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April 6, 2005
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Water Softening

Hard water in restaurant applications causes aesthetic spotting problems in addition to the inherent financial burdens.

Deck: 

Meeting Restaurants’ Water Needs

About The Author: 

Jerry Horner is national sales manager for Topway Global, Inc., Brea, Calif. He holds CWS-VI, CI Water Quality Association Certifications. He can be reached by email at jerry@tgipure.com.

Activation Date: 
November 1, 2004
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Fighting Water Softener Bans

Dealers are rightfully concerned about the spread of legislation prohibiting water softener discharge into city sewers and septic systems. Although California is the center of industry efforts to protect the market against arbitrary bans, in the last two years several other states have issued rules prohibiting septic tank discharge.

Deck: 

Nationwide legislation regarding softener discharge impacts dealers

About The Author: 

Carlyn Meyer is the director of public affairs for the Water Quality Association, Lisle, Ill. For additional information, visit www.wqa.org; 630-505-0160.

Publication Date: 
November 26, 2003
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November 26, 2003
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Iron in the Water Supply

"It makes my water taste funny."

"It leaves an orange ring in my sink and shower."

"It has a weird smell."

About The Author: 

Nancy Lucas is marketing manager for the water conditioning segment of Cargill Salt. Lucas started with Cargill Salt as a chemist in 1988 and joined the marketing department in 1991. She holds a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Augsburg College in Minneapolis.

Publication Date: 
August 27, 2003
Activation Date: 
August 27, 2003
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14403

Metals Plant Needs High-Purity Water

Dayton Progress Corp.'s focus has been on manufacturing metal punches, punch blanks and metal stamping tools. It also would take experienced water treatment professionals to ensure that the proper quality water was used in each process. That is why it relied on Crown Solutions, Inc. to manage the point-of-use (POU) and point-of-entry (POE) water treatment for each of its manufacturing processes that required water.

Deck: 

Application Requires Softening, Reverse Osmosis and Other POU/POE Technologies to Purify Water on an Ongoing Basis

Activation Date: 
June 27, 2003
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Legacy
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14228