Particle Characteristic Advantages in Adsorption Technology

A wide range of research and development is being conducted to solve the challenges of providing clean water, with a significant emphasis on drinking water. The research focus has included advanced membrane technology; changing water chemistry to suit the remediation technology of choice; and media modification for increased selectivity, activity and capacity.

The purpose of this study is to focus on sorptive media modification for improved performance.

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Treatment media advancements through application of nano-science

About The Author: 

James Knoll is Metsorb commercial manager, Nichole Pennisi is research and development chemist and Robert Russo, Ph.D., is media manager for Graver Technologies. Knoll can be reached at 800.249.1990 or by e-mail at jknoll@gravertech.com.

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June 1, 2010
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June 1, 2010
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Final Barrier: Looking Toward the Future

What exactly is final barrier? How does it work? Where does it fit into my business? These are questions asked by many dealers in the water treatment industry. The WQA Aquatech USA 2012 tradeshow, held March 6 to 9, focused on these questions with a mixture of presentations and a focus group discussion.

Protection From Disease

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Final barrier technology is poised to provide treatment solutions around the world

About The Author: 

Regu P. Regunathan, Ph.D., is president of ReguNathan Associates Inc. and is a technical consultant to the Water Quality Assn. Regunathan can be reached at regu5@yahoo.com or 630.653.0387.

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April 24, 2012
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April 24, 2012
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California Fluoride Lawsuit Dismissed

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SFGate.com
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Court dismissed lawsuit that sought to stop a metropolitan water district from adding hydrofluosilicic acid to its public drinking water

On April 10, Judge Janis L. Sammartino granted the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California's motion to dismiss a lawsuit seeking to stop it from adding hydrofluosilicic acid to public drinking water for the purpose of fluoridation.

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April 16, 2012
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California Fluoride Lawsuit Dismissed

PH & Temperature Pen

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61581
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March 2012

The Ultrapen PT2 pH & temperature pen features a proprietary sensor design and 1-,2- and 3-point calibration. With two pH measurement modes to choose from, it has an accuracy of ±0.01 pH with automatic temperature compensation and readout. The Ultrapen is waterproof and features durable, fully encapsulated electronics powered by a 1 N-type battery.

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Hybrid Water Treatment System

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March 2012

This system is “going to put American homes on a salt-free diet.” On March 7, 2012, at WQA Aquatech’s booth #707, RainSoft will be introducing a hybrid water treatment system never thought possible. Be sure to be there for its unveiling. While there, inquire about RainSoft’s partnership with Home Depot, which is providing RainSoft dealers with a tremendous new source of business. Visit >a href="http://www.rainsoftdealer.com/WQA">www.rainsoftdealer.com/WQA.

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Water Purifier

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61503
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February 2012

The SteriPEN Freedom is a pocket-sized UV water purifier with the ability to recharge via a micro-B USB port. The personal water purifier uses UV light to destroy more than 99.9% of bacteria, viruses and protozoa, such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium, in less than one minute. It can provide 8,000 half-liter water treatments and includes an integrated LED flashlight.

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Water Conditioner

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61506
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February 2012

The Impression Series RC water conditioner is designed to treat hardness and unpleasant taste and odor in municipal water. It features a mid-plate design combining activated carbon and high-capacity resin into one tank. This eliminates the need for a second filter, and the carbon protects the resin from highly chlorinated water. The system’s microprocessor captures data including gallons per day and peak flow rates.

Treatment Systems

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60908
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August 2011

Water-Right has launched evolveseries.com. From individual “Evolve Program” dealer sites, consumers can link to this website to access product information and view product literature and specifications, including an animated “How it Works” section. Also new is a “Dealers Only” section with marketing information relative to the program and a private chat room where dealers can exchange ideas.

Point-of-Entry System

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60796
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July 2011

The Iron Kit POE iron removal system features a flow-directing connection manifold coupled to an air release and filter tank in series, incorporating the R-Valve rotating head. The manifold includes air inlet, unfiltered water sample and filtered-water sample ports. It also integrates an electronic turbine flowmeter and monitor with visual and audible service alarm.

Whole House Treatment System

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60652
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June 2011

The HydroCare Dual Action Water System module transmits a unique radio frequency that suspends minerals in the water and breaks up existing scale without magnets, coils or salts. Dual canisters with multiple media are configured in a parallel design to maximize time and surface exposure without loss of pressure.

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