Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Changes To Certified Products and Components

By Mark T. Unger, CWS-VI Introduction Manufacturers are searching for ways to lower costs and increase profits. One of the ways this can be accomplished is by utilizing the highest quality materials or components without […]

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People

Tomlinson’s Chernak passes Ohio-native John A. Chernak, born February 26, 1929, passed away peacefully at St. Mary’s Hospital in Reno, Nev. on January 22. His career with Tomlinson Industries spanned more than four decades, during […]

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Added Value of POU RO with Emerging Water Regulations

By Shannon P. Murphy Over the past year a number of emerging water contaminants received increased press coverage, leading to heightened awareness in the public and regulatory eye. Three of these: uranium, trichloroethylene and the […]

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Pressure Drop: An Important Measurement for Point of Entry S...

By Rick Andrew Have you ever taken a shower when the water pressure was really low? The water barely trickled from the showerhead, leading to a maddening and time consuming ordeal, especially when it came […]

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MBR-RO process for Water Reclamation and Purification from u...

By Dr. Guihe Tao, Kiran Kekre, Dr. Jianjun Qin, Maung Htun Oo, Bala Viawanath and Harry Seah Introduction Singapore has been investing in new technologies to ensure a diversified and sustainable water supply for its […]

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Advanced Activated Carbon Test Methods

Henry Nowicki, Wayne Schuliger, Barbara Sherman, George Nowicki, Joseph Bellisimo Introduction We focus here on advanced activated carbon testing methods available today to the market place. (A June WC&P article will cover standard activated carbon […]

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Coconut Shell Based Activated Carbon with NO GREEN HOUSE GAS...

By Dr. P.A. Shankar The use of activated carbon to remove harmful impurities like organic contaminants from water has been practiced since Roman times. Activated carbon is the generic term used to describe a family […]

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Estimating Consequences of Toxic Water Exposures

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Drinking water standards are set to a level below which the risk of exposure to toxic contaminants is acceptable to the public while being practical for the treatment facility […]

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Factors Affecting the Capacity of Arsenic Removal Media

C.F. Michaud CWS-VI Background Arsenic was first discussed (as a unique chemical) by a German chemist in the year 1250. It is a notoriously poisonous metalloid with a long and toxic history used in pesticides […]

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Viewpoint

What Happens in Vegas… If you’ve already made your reservations for WQA Aquatech, feel free to skip reading this column and move on to the rest of the magazine. I’m speaking here to those who […]

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