September 2003

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Knowing which technologies are available, which are the most cost-effective and the most efficient ways to use them are key to any project's success. In the era of faster, bigger, better technology, our customers expect nothing but simplicity, quality...
Water chlorination has been one of the greatest innovations of the last century. The technology not only has made our drinking water safe, it has provided effective water purification for a multitude of other industries. Yet, while chlorination is a hero...
We will now wrap up The O-Zone Tech Workshop with an ozone quiz. This will be a good chance for you to determine if what has been given has made it into your memory banks or reference library. Your award for answering correctly and submitting the...
Networking for water treatment installers may no longer be a matter of who you know, but rather a matter of who has the newest technology. The commercial and industrial (C&I) markets are driving the need for more simplified solutions that will cover...
Whether it is an issue of limited space, material compatibility or just challenging feed water, there always will be a need for custom-engineered solutions in the water treatment industry. Lee Co. of Nashville, Tenn., first looked at preengineered...
There are four pillars to closing in our industry. Many salespeople leave out one or two and that greatly hampers their ability to get as many sales as they deserve. This article will discuss all four in an effort to remind new recruits and veterans of...
Reverse osmosis (RO) has become a significant process used in the purification of water. Selecting the correct pump is a significant step in a well-designed and properly operating system. Although the pump is a relatively small part of the overall cost...
"It makes my water taste funny." "It leaves an orange ring in my sink and shower." "It has a weird smell." Ask the average consumer about iron in his water and chances are you will get one of the above responses in some form or another. One thing you can...