December 2004

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Filtration is widely accepted as a way of producing quality water. As simple as it looks, the filtration media and how it works is more complex that what meets the eye. In general, filtration media is classified as depth filters or screen filters....

We really have to change our image as salespeople who slowly drag ourselves along dust roads, knocking on doors and facing rejection and humiliation from an angry public. Sure, you may do that if you are desperate but it should be a last resort. This...

To allow water treatment professionals to provide another value added service to their clients and to help facilities improve efficiency and lower costs, here is some basic information regarding cooling tower and re- circulation loop water...

In the rush to move away from gaseous chlorine for disinfection, many industrial applications have quickly run to sodium hypochlorite. Bleach, the common name for sodium hypochlorite, is not the be-all-end-all to replace gas. With growing concerns...

Somewhere along the line we got sidetracked into believing we had to focus on our profession. We forgot what people such as engineers, scientists, accountants, product managers, vice presidents, lawyers, technical/customer support personnel and even...

In an effort to protect Australia’s water resources as well as lower costs, the Hyatt Regency took the initiative and established several key water conservation measures. Initially, the Hyatt Regency retrofitted AAA rated, 9 L per minute shower...

Products research and testing sometimes reveals information that was not sought, but was discovered in the testing parameters. Hypotheses are drawn and tests are set up to prove or disprove ideas. Parameters are set and many times the tests disprove a...

The year is almost over. Trade shows and industry events that have kept us running from one to the next are finally winding down. Business plans for 2005 are underway, and there is no better time to take a quick look back and examine what were some...