Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Experts Weigh in on Waterborne Coronavirus Transmission

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD At the time of this writing, a global effort in social distancing is underway to minimize the spread of SARS-CoV-19 (the virus) and COVID-19 (the disease). Restaurants, bars and […]

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RO Systems and Lead Reduction

By Rick Andrew In January, this column reported on an update to the requirements in NSF/ANSI 53 for the lead reduction claim. Essentially, the Joint Committee on Drinking Water Treatment Units revised the pass/fail criteria […]

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‘By Far the Best Years of My Life’

By Donna Kreutz The Rio Grande Valley at the southern tip of Texas is an ideal location for a thriving water treatment business. “We’re at the end of the line of the Rio Grande River; […]

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Diagnosing Organic Issues Related to Larger RO Operations

By Matthew Wirth Reverse osmosis (RO) machines have unique problems and diagnosis is often an educated guess. Sometimes the problems are obvious, but sometimes the problems are multifaceted with more than a singular issue. The […]

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Managing Risk in an Uncertain World

By Greg Reyneke, MWS I am not writing this article on an airplane, or in a third-world country while managing a novel water project. Instead, I am with my leadership team, working our way through […]

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Infectious Diseases Can Spread Via Drinking Water

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD The ongoing 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak reminds us how rapidly infectious agents can travel the globe. Today it is possible to be anywhere in the world within hours. Our […]

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The Modern Service Plan

By Erik Koglin Have you ever gone to a customer’s home to check an error on a water treatment system to find out it only required a few button-pushes? Since you were already there, maybe […]

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Water Softeners – It’s All in the Family

By Rick Andrew Many of us are familiar with the concept of product families. This idea runs across many industries and product types and has common themes. Small-, medium- and large-size versions of a product […]

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The Evolution of the Water Conditioning Control Valve

By Gary Battenberg Consumers today who enjoy the benefit of soft or conditioned water for their homes have the advantage of automatic backwash filters and demand-initiated regeneration (DIR) water softeners. These products are manufactured or […]

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‘Healthy Home Experts Since 1924’

By Donna Kreutz Joe Urso has had a close connection to Aerus since he was a little boy growing up in Connecticut. The company started with vacuum cleaners, then expanded into water conditioning and air […]

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