Trio-Treat Systems

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57384
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August 2009

If you’re a water treatment professional, you’re well aware iron, hydrogen sulfide and manganese are difficult to remove. This is why many in our industry consider them the "Troublesome Trio." Watts Trio-Treat Systems are the solution to combat the "Troublesome Trio."

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Treatment Systems

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57368
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August 2009

AdEdge Technologies features packaged, pre-engineered residential treatment systems designed for removal of arsenic, iron manganese, uranium and hydrogen sulfide. The systems feature Bayoxide E33 media for arsenic removal or AD26 media for iron and manganese removal, and operate with a wide range of water quality. Systems do not require regeneration chemicals, salts or potassium permanganate additions.

Water Conditioning Systems

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57187
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July 2009

Watts Water Quality Products has introduced water treatment technology available with E-Treat water conditioning systems. The new systems incorporate the use of a patented “tank-n-tank” design to allow two different filter media to be installed in separate tanks using a footprint equal to a single tank.

Scale Prevention

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57200
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July 2009

This water treatment system reduces hard-water deposits without constant maintenance and costs associated with traditional chemical-based treatment equipment. The electronic AHP-force technology physically decrystallizes calcium bicarbonate. In the decrystallized form, these two minerals are nonadhesive and cannot stick to the inner surfaces of the pipes.

A Water-Saving Brew

Texas brewery saves water during drought conditions

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Abby Harris is public relations coordinator for VRTX Technologies. Harris can be reached at 800.722.0476 or by e-mail at aharris@vrtxtech.com.

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July 7, 2009
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20899

Water for Restaurants

POE water treatment for restaurants

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Tom Cartwright is CEO of PureOFlow. Cartwright can be reached at 763.497.8500 or by e-mail at tcartwright@pureoflow.com.

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July 7, 2009
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20897

Emergency Response

Disinfection technology aids in disaster relief efforts

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Sarah Brown is a marketing communication specialist for VIQUA, a Trojan Technologies Co. Brown can be reached at 519.457.3400 or by e-mail at sbrown@trojanuv.com.

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April 16, 2009
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20669

Sizing Softeners

Water softener sizing considerations

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Jerry Horner is vice president, sales and technical support, for Topway Global, Inc., a Div. of Watts Water Quality & Conditioning Products, Inc. Horner can be reached at 714.255.7999 or by e-mail at jerry@tgipure.com.

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February 16, 2009
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20122

State to State

Federal and state registrations for drinking water treatment units

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Pauli Undesser is product certification supervisor for the Water Quality Association. Undesser can be reached at 630.929.2514 or by e-mail at pundesser@wqa.org.

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September 30, 2008
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19672

Membrane Technology for Rural Areas

How membranes improved water quality in Australian villages

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Antonia von Gottberg is director of the process group, Koch Membrane Systems. Von Gottberg can be reached at 978.657.4250 or by e-mail at avongottberg@kochmembrane.com. Darren Lawrence and Christoph Kullmann are with Kich-Glitsch GmbH, Membrane Systems Div. They can be reached at +49.211.901.950.

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June 25, 2008
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