How to Get Started in the Water Treatment Business, Par
By Gary Battenberg Last month we talked exclusively about the problems associated with excessive water pressure and the control methods available to comply with manufacturers warranty requirements. This month, we will look at the other […]
How to Get Started in the Water Treatment Business Part 3
By Gary Battenberg By now you have probably selected the types of water conditioning products for your market area relative to the water quality of the municipal and/or local well water characteristics. In the March […]
How to Get Started in the Water Conditioning Business…Part...
By Gary Battenberg How is your venture into the water conditioning business going so far? By now, perhaps, you may have found some areas of due diligence to be daunting, but don’t lose heart. Your […]
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 […]
Whole-house RO Case Study: A practical look at whole-house R...
By Gary Battenberg In the July 2010 issue of WC&P, the comparative operating costs of conventional water treatment versus whole-house reverse osmosis for the purpose of finding the best treatment process for the challenging water […]
Comparative Operating Costs of Conventional Water Treatment...
By Gary Battenberg Introduction The purpose of this comparative study is to find and recommend the best treatment process for this challenge water based on the laboratory results of the water sample collected from well […]
Arsenic Removal for Public Water Systems–Part 1
By Gary Battenberg When the US EPA lowered the maximum contaminant level (MCL) for arsenic from 0.050 ppm to 0.010 ppm (10 parts per billion), it put millions of people and thousands of municipal and […]
Flowing Issues A Brief History of Rainwater Harvesting
By G. Edwin Battenberg Rainwater harvesting… the ancient technique of capture, diversion and storage of rainwater. It is useful for landscape irrigation, household cleaning and bathing, drinking and livestock water, among other purposes.. This process […]
Field Status of Small-Scale Domestic Ozone Systems
The most appealing aspect regarding ozone production is eliminating the maintenance of a chemical dosing pump and the routine batch preparation of chlorine, hydrogen peroxide or potassium permanganate solutions typically associated with conventional oxidation systems. […]
Avoid Hostile Environments When Installing Water Conditionin...
By Gary Battenberg For many years I have been brought in to evaluate water conditioning installations to ascertain the root cause of poor performance or premature failure of the treatment product(s), ranging from a simple […]