Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Catalytic Activated Carbons for Dechlorination and Dechloram...

Do they really work and, if so, how? By Gary Hatch, Ph.D. Introduction Chlorine and chlorine compounds Activated charcoal (otherwise referred to as activated carbon) has been known for many years to be a very […]

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2009 Technical Review Committee Insights: Gary Hatch

Gary Hatch, PhD Gary Hatch, Ph.D. Hatch Global Consulting Services 4517 Pheasant Lane Sheboygan, WI 53081 Phone: (920) 458-1427 Email: ghatch2o@charter.net Dr. Gary Hatch, a private consultant and former Director of Research and Development at […]

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POU Membrane Technology for Microbiological Purification RO ...

By Gary L. Hatch, John L. Buteyn and Melissa A. Kinsey Introduction Membrane filtration for removal of dissolved salts, fine particles and microbes has been utilized in water treatment for many years. It is relied […]

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DWTU Purifier Claims: A Dialog about Microbial Standards by ...

By P. Regunathan & Gary Hatch The following is a continuation of a discussion between Gary Hatch and “Regu” P. Regunathan to review the current microbiological standards for the point-of-use/point-of-entry drinking water treatment units (DWTUs) […]

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DWTU Purifier Claims: A Dialog about Microbial Standards by ...

By P. Regunathan & Gary Hatch Gary Hatch and “Regu” P. Regunathan met to review the microbiological standards currently in existence compared to those being proposed for adoption. Hatch is the chairman of the Mechanical […]

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Water Treatment Using Resins with Bromine and Iodine

By Gary L. Hatch, Ph.D. & Kenneth L. Korslin Summary: By using polybromide and iodide resins, dealers can promote an effective water treatment over a wide range of different water chemistries while maintaining safety. Here, […]

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