Drivers Training for Water Treatment Systems
By Larry Zinser The recognition of patterns in high purity water treatment systems can help us quickly determine key sites for operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of the system, without resorting to risky and time-consuming trial-and-error […]
The Magic of Manganese Dioxide: What It Is and Why You Shoul...
By Matthew Wirth There are products, practices and processes that are commonplace to professional water treatment. None of it magic. Everyday, these applications go into service and everyday, technicians applying the treatment have no real […]
Water-Right Celebrates Its Golden Anniversary
By WC&P Staff From our humble beginnings to where we are today, I’m very proud of our accomplishments,” says Glenn Gruett. “We are certainly fortunate to have very good people working here. This is truly […]
An Emerging Standard for Emerging Compounds and Incidental C...
By Rick Andrew Water Conditioning & Purification March 2013 Water Matters By Rick Andrew I n recent years, a number of scientific studies have identified traces of a variety of contaminants in source water and […]
Get ready for Indy!
Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher There’s a certain air of excietment around this time of year as we prepare for WQA Aquatech USA. Even though it will be held in April instead of March, preparations are […]
WQRF Environmental Impact Study – Septic Systems: The Resu...
By Pauli Undesser, CWS-VI The WQRF Environmental Impact Study was created to address regulatory issues related to water softener discharge. The first phase of the study was undertaken to investigate the effect home ion exchange […]
Osborn named to Water-Right team Water-Right, Inc. announced the addition of Kevin Osborn as Regional Sales Manager for the New England region. He will be responsible for providing sales and technical services training, program guidance […]
Recognized Health Burdens Drive Drinking Water Regulation Re...
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD On February 13, the newly revised Total Cloriform, Rule was published. According to the Federal Register publication on the final rule, “The Revised Total Coliform Rule (RTCR) offers a […]
Cationic Water Treatment Options Part 1
Introduction Water treatment today almost always involves solid and liquid separation processes that utilize a combination of chemical and physical treatment methods to improve water quality. The chemical processes of coagulation and flocculation play a […]
Hydrodynamic Design, Part 3: Flows Through Connectors
By C.F. ‘Chubb’ Michaud In Part 3 of this series, we look at how pressure drop relates to the number and types of fittings and how we measure that drop. Pressure drop due to length […]