Dow’s innovative solutions will be on display in booth no. 123, March 10 to 12, 2010 in the Orange County Convention Center as part of WQA’s annual exhibition.
Featured offerings include DOW Filmtec reverse osmosis (RO) membranes, DOW Ultrafiltration modules, and DOW EDI systems and DOWEX HCR-S/S resins
Dow experts will present industry-leading best practices throughout the conference
Dow Water & Process Solutions, a division of The Dow Chemical Co., will showcase its latest solutions in booth no. 123 during the WQA Aquatech USA tradeshow at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, March 10 to 12, 2010.
Highlighted products include:
- DOW Filmtec residential RO membrane elements. The four new residential RO elements are NSF/ANSI 58-certified and meet both U.S. EPA and Safe Drinking Water Act standards, ensuring that RO membranes provide a barrier to bacteria and viruses, resulting in healthier, better-tasting water for drinking and cooking.
- DOW Ultrafiltration SFP-2880. A pressure-driven membrane separation process that removes particulate matter, bacteria and most viruses and colloids from treated water. For use in RO pretreatment, as well as water reuse and drinking water applications.
- DOW Electrodeionization (EDI). A chemical-free separation process that combines electrodialysis and conventional ion exchange, based on a patented spiral-wound membrane. Extensively used in combination with RO, where high-purity water is critical, including the power generation industry.
- DOWEX HCR-S/S ion exchange resin. A high-capacity cation exchange resin with excellent kinetics and good physical, chemical and thermal stability, the HCR-S/S DOWEX HCR-S/S is ideal for domestic applications in the co-current mode of regeneration.
As part of the event’s general session Tuesday, March 9, Dow Water & Process Solutions technical expert Bill Loyd delivered a presentation on single-pass RO and electrodeionization from 3 to 3:50 p.m. Loyd’s expertise will also be on display Wednesday, March 10, from 3:30 to 4:15 p.m. in the Aquastage 4 session on RO troubleshooting.
For more information, visit www.dowaterandprocess.com .