Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

In-Place Cleaning Testing of Residential Distillers under

By Rick Andrew Point of use (POU) and point of entry (POE) distillation systems must meet a number of demanding requirements in order to conform to NSF/ANSI 62. Material safety must be established by a […]

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Sanitation

By Karen R. Smith When my own water softener developed a noxious odor, I knew just what to do: run to the phone and call WC&P’s Technical Review Committee members! Of course, other homeowners don’t […]

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New Technique For Iron Removal

By Nicole Mitchell The first home water treatment system that completely oxidizes iron in water for total iron removal uses a patented Dissolved Oxygen Generator (DOG). It can also reduce problem water issues such as […]

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Closing thoughts and opening lines

Magazine production schedules often make for strange combinations of news. For this February issue, the majority of the work is done in December as the year winds down. While the new year gets underway, changes […]

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Manufacturing Can Become Newest Dream Job For Many: America ...

By Gerald Shankel America’s industrial revolution in the 19th century propelled economic development and served as the springboard for this nation to become a world power. Sadly, a number of factors after World War II […]

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This Bug’s For You! The Aquasource Group, Inc.

By Denise M. Roberts The Aquasource Group, Inc. 8960 Main Street Honeoye, NY 14471 Telephone: (585) 229-2500 Website: www.nicewater.com Email: stever@nicewater.com Employees: 13 Service vehicles: 10 Steven L Richards, principle owner of The Aquasource Group, […]

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People

Parker named at CSI CSI Water Treatment Systems appointed Kevin Parker as Commercial/Industrial Sales Engineer, responsible for leading the firm’s expanding Commercial/Industrial Division. Previously, he served as International Sales Manager, Marus & Weimer Inc., specializing […]

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NDMA: An Emerging Waterborne Contaminant

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) is a toxic, semi-volatile organic chemical found commonly in drinking water and food. Even at low doses, repeated studies show the compound causes serious health effects in […]

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Full Plate Distributor Vessel = Truly Green Water Treatment

By Michael P. Mormino and Douglas M. Horner ‘Go green’ efforts have recently become a major public initiative as a ‘new’ idea. Yet many water treatment dealers have experienced firsthand the negative impact water contamination […]

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Membrane Support Fabrics: Issues and Un-Met Needs

By Edward C. Gregor Overview Over the past 40 years, significant growth has been the hallmark for membranes of every variety in high-efficiency liquid filtration applications. Microporous membranes are most commonly found in single-use pleated […]

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