Electronic Scale Treatment

A new technology has emerged that can solve scale problems without the need of salts, chemicals or maintenance.

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Electronic water conditioning cleans up scale and softens water for various applications cleans up scale and softens water for various applications

About The Author: 

Jeffrey M. Conway is the president of ClearWater Enviro Technologies, Inc., Clearwater, Fla. ClearWater Enviro is the manufacturer of ScaleBlaster, an electronic descaler that eliminates hard water and limescale problems. For further information, visit www.scaleblaster.com.

Publication Date: 
March 27, 2002
Activation Date: 
March 27, 2002
Issue Reference: 
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
13028

Softeners Treat Truck Wash Water

When it comes to keeping their big rigs clean and sparkling, most truck drivers are as particular about a good wash as any car owner might be—maybe even more particular considering the dollars some have wrapped up in their 18-wheelers. Owners of large vehicle fleets such as buses and delivery trucks seem to appreciate the value a clean machine has in properly projecting their corporate image. During winter months in many northern states, just cleaning off road salt and sand is imperative to vehicle maintenance.

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Big Rigs Come Clean Using Treated Water

Activation Date: 
February 26, 2002
Issue Reference: 
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
12973

If You Sell Just Water Softeners, You Could Be Making a Lot More Money

Have you ever done a great demonstration only to find that the customer just isn’t interested? We all have that happen occasionally, but sometimes we cause their apathy by emphasizing the wrong things. What I mean is that people do not buy steel tanks, resin and valves, they buy emotions, dreams and love. Let me explain.

About The Author: 

Carl Davidson is the president of Sales & Management Solutions, a consulting firm specializing in sales and management video training and live seminars. He is the author of several books including Secrets of Accountability Management. His articles are read by more than 60,000 sales professionals monthly. Send comments on this article to him at davidson@salesco.net. For a free demonstration video and list of products and topics, call 800-941-0068.

Activation Date: 
January 30, 2002
Files: 
Issue Reference: 
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
12922

Tons of Choices

This article highlights the differences between the various sources and forms of regenerants, what they do and reasons to select each.

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The real story on regenerant selection

About The Author: 

Jerry Poe is technical director for IMC Salt Co. He oversees technical effort for three plants in Canada, three in the United States, one in England and one mine in each of these countries. In addition, he oversees market and sales support and new product development.

Activation Date: 
September 11, 2001
Issue Reference: 
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
12622

Controlling Mechanisms of Contaminant Ion Leakage in Condensate Polishing Systems

Extracting the maximum benefit from condensate polishing systems continues to be a top priority among many electric utility plants. With cost reduction pressures and increasing water quality standards, owners and operators continue to evaluate the resin handling procedures that affect corrosion product transport and contaminant ion impurity levels.

About The Author: 

Stephen W. Najmy is a project manager for The Dow Chemical Co. He has worked in the technical service and development department for Dow Liquid Separations for the past 10 years. Much of his job focuses on the development of new resin products and procedures for condensate polishing systems. He is based at Larkin Laboratory in Midland, Mich.

Activation Date: 
September 11, 2001
Files: 
Issue Reference: 
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
12618

Controlling Scale Deposition and Industrial Fouling

Mineral scale deposition cannot only put plant and product integrity at risk but also compromise the health and safety of personnel. Luckily, there are a number of ways to control fouling and restore operational efficiency.

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Limescale

About The Author: 

Jan de Baat Doelman is the president of Scalewatcher North America Inc., Oxford, Pa.

Activation Date: 
August 10, 2001
Files: 
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
12527

Potassium Chloride Vs. Sodium Chloride

Some people prefer sodium chloride, while others prefer potassium chloride. Even though these two products compete for sales in the softening salt market, the fact is there’s plenty of room for both to thrive.

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The secrets of coexisting in a competitive world

About The Author: 

This article was written by Don Oster, product manager, A & I of IMC Salt, which manufactures K-Life potassium chloride and Pro Soft White Diamond sodium chloride water softener salt.

Publication Date: 
January 1, 2001
Activation Date: 
January 1, 2001
Issue Reference: 
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
11931

Editorial: Home Buyer Awareness

I have started the new year on the right foot. I bought a house. I have spent many years day dreaming about my first home. The fireplace, staircase, patio, large kitchen, an office and my very own driveway ... which of course I will despise by the end of this harsh Chicago winter.

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I have started the new year on the right foot. I bought a house. I have spent many years day dreaming about my first home.

About The Author: 

Wendi Hope King, Editor, www.waterinfocenter.com

Publication Date: 
January 1, 2001
Activation Date: 
January 1, 2001
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
11934

Salt in the New Millennium: Regenerants and Their Future

The factors involved in selecting a salt, although not complex, are very important to efficient operation of a water softener.

Activation Date: 
December 28, 2000
Issue Reference: 
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
11676

Guidelines for Cation Resin Replacement

This article discusses strong acid cation resin typically used in water softeners or as the first unit in a two-bed cation-anion demineralizer.

Activation Date: 
December 28, 2000
Issue Reference: 
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
11436