QUA® develops and manufactures Q-SEP® Hollow Fiber Ultrafiltration modules that take ultrafiltration to a new level with a patented "Cloud Point Precipitation" process. This innovative process ensures a high pore density along the length of the fiber and uniform pore size distribution in the membrane. Q-SEP modules deliver superior performance characteristics and produces water quality that surpasses the quality from conventional UF modules.
Coriolis: An Increasingly Versatile Angle On Flow By ABB
Measuring flow of a gas or liquid through an industrial process often presents a series of technical challenges, but it is often also a decision that can impact business. Well over a dozen technologies are used as the basis of measuring flow — each with its own strengths and weaknesses. But there are also so many variables that selecting the best technology for a given application can be a difficult exercise in managing compromises.
4 Financing Solutions For Water Infrastructure Investment By American Water
The facts are as clear as the water we drink. The U.S. water and wastewater infrastructure is in desperate need of repair. This white paper will explore current challenges facing municipalities, and how various financing options, boosted by public-private partnerships, can help them not only make necessary repairs, but also ensure continued high-quality water and economic vitality, now, and in the future.
Full feature peristaltic metering pump replaces other pump technology. These general purpose pumps provide precise resetting of speed control and the option of controlling the pump flow from a remote signal.
The Aqua TROLL 400 Multiparameter Instrument is ideal for long-term groundwater and surface-water applications. The instrument leverages our patented, EPA-approved RDO technology. The compact instrument houses 6 water quality sensors and measures 12 parameters.
Biofiltration has been shown to be an effective technology for odor control and has been successfully applied in many industrial and municipal installations. Biofiltration is generally conducted using either naturally bioactive support media, such as peat, compost, soil, wood chips, etc., referred to as a "biofilter" or synthetic support media, known as a "biotrickling filter."