Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Water Softener Performance Testing

By Mark T. Unger, CWS-VI The first performance standard for water softeners was the Water Conditioning Foundation’s (WCF) S-100 Standard. The first version was issued in 1959 and contained structural integrity testing to ensure water […]

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How to Get Started in the Water Treatment Business

By Gary Battenberg Introduction This is the first in a series of articles and is presented somewhat in reverse of what one would normally expect to read in a start-up manual.  I used this technique […]

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How Soft is Soft Water? Soft Water Is a Green Technology

By C.F. ’Chubb’ Michaud, CWS-VI Among the advantages of using soft water in the home is the ability to cut down on the amount of soaps and detergents used for clothes and dishes. The Soap […]

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Aquaceuticals – Drink to your health!

By Greg Reyneke, CSW-VI Water, Nature’s miracle compound, is both an elixir and a destroyer. Two gases combine to create a liquid that preserves life on our entire planet. As a source of hydration, water […]

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Winix Emerges as A New Competitor in Water Treatment

By Denise M. Roberts Winix, Inc. 120 Prairie Lake Rd., Unit E East Dundee, IL 60118 Tel: (847) 551-9900 Offices: Chicago, Il; Bordeaus, France and Seoul, South Korea Rick Sullivan, a 20+-year veteran of the […]

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People

Reinke joins Hellenbrand Hellenbrand, Inc. announces the addition of Dave Reinke to their Sales Team. He has 18 years of sales and management experience, most recently as National Account Manager for Milwaukee Electric Tool. Reinke […]

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Viewpoint

Excitement is contagious! Just like a parade, the anticipation of the event can build up a sense of excitement long before it actually happens. For the water treatment industry, WQA Aquatech, The Water Opportunity Show™, […]

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Pressure Drop Measurement for POE Systems

By Rick Andrew Pressure drop is an important consideration when sizing and installing POE water treatment equipment. If the equipment is undersized, several problems can occur. Lack of capacity, frequent filter changes and low water […]

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New WQA President Darwin Watts Gives Insight to the Organiza...

By Denise M. Roberts American Aqua, LLC 723 W. Michigan Ave. Saline, MI 48176 Toll-free: (800) 224-2528 Tel: (734) 429-5070 www.americanaqua.com Darwin Watts, CWS-V, the President of  American Aqua, LLC., has been appointed President of […]

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Waterborne Pathogens: Emerging Issues in Monitoring, Treatme...

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. This March issue of On Tap coincides with the Water Quality Association’s Aquatech USA conference and exhibition where I will be speaking on the topic of emerging waterborne pathogens. […]

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