November 2006

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Residential reverse osmosis (RO) drinking water systems can significantly improve the quality and flavor of most potable drinking water supplies. Residential RO system styles include, among many others, countertop models, low-output faucet-attaching...

As part of our company’s research into sales and marketing techniques that work in today’s markets, we conducted a survey of water equipment customers about what makes them buy and what they expect from companies. We think the results provide...

There are several reasons why companies certify their products, but which ones are important for your company? Some of the typical reasons for certifying products include regulatory requirements, competitive advantages and marketing strategies.

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WQP: Could you give an update on the California DHS’s acceptance of ANSI-accredited product certifications for compliance with California’s Device Certification Law?

Joseph F. Harrison: The California DHS is...

While water covers about 70% of the earth’s surface and is seemingly abundant, about 97.5% of that water is saltwater from the ocean. This water is unfit for human consumption without extensive and often expensive treatment. This leaves us with about...

Ozone, O3, a triatomic gaseous form of oxygen, is an unstable molecule that is naturally occurring in nature. It is known as the world’s most powerful commercially...

It’s an all-too-common scene for manufacturers seeking to sell their products—a customer inquires about product testing to demonstrate a product’s safety, durability and/or capability before making a purchasing decision. As a result, the sales team...

One of the fastest-growing types of positive displacement pumps on the market is the peristaltic pump. Once used exclusively in the lab, this pump has been transformed for use in process control, water treatment and plant production. Yet, many people...