Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Internet Queries Help Track Waterborne Disease

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Disease surveillance is a complicated task where tools for data collection and reporting often lag far behind real-time events. In the last decade, there has been a surge of […]

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UV Treatment Systems: NSF Standard 55

By Michael Sheffield Utilizing ultraviolet technology for the treatment of public drinking water has been a successful method to disinfect and reduce the abundance of microorganisms in water. The foundational principle of UV technology is […]

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An Iron-Clad Reason for Success

By Donna Kreutz One challenge when running a business is ironing out problems. For Dan Wandel, the problem is iron itself. “The only reason we’re in business is iron. Without a doubt, it makes up […]

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Making the Top-Selling Water Distillers in North America

By Donna Kreutz Ehreth Horinek flourished in the distilled water industry from an early age. “Together with my father Louie and brother Greg, we started the Polar Bear Water Distillers business back in 1972” in […]

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We Saw You There! WQA Orlando Show in Pictures

             

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Gathering Place by the Water Accelerates Water Technology

By David J. Swiderski and Karen Frost It is not the going out of port, but the coming in, that determines the success of a voyage. — Henry Ward Beecher Many people have heard about […]

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Systems Approach to UV-C LED Water Disinfection

By Jim Cosman, Mitchel Hansen and Molly McKain Ultraviolet light has become a star player in the disinfection world. It is increasingly being used in key applications that require alternative disinfection options. UV disinfection has […]

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Ion Exchange: The Role of Cross-Linking and Aging

By C.F. ‘Chubb’ Michaud, MWS The role of cross-linking (x-l) The level of DVB (cross-linking) a resin has determines the tightness of the resin. Higher cross-linked resins have lower moisture content, meaning more plastic and […]

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Wasterlain appointed Aquionics President

UV disinfection specialist Aquionics has appointed Sherrie Wasterlain as its new Service Manager for industrial and aquatics applications. Based at the company’s new facilities in North Carolina, her specific focus will be on UV application […]

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Ken Schmidt, Culligan Man, mourned by industry

Kenneth Anthony Schmidt of Clarendon Hills, IL, was born August 20, 1937 in Chicago and passed away peacefully on April 8, surrounded by family. He and his beautiful bride Melissa Murray wed in 1960. Schmidt […]

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