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Making Sense Of The Chemical Feed Frenzy

Source: JCS Industries Inc.
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Making Sense Of The Chemical Feed Frenzy

The use of chemicals to treat water supplies can be traced back to the 19th century when English physician John Snow chlorinated a British water supply to stop the spread of cholera. Today, things have gotten remarkably more advanced. Chemicals from sodium hypochlorite to aluminum sulfate are used in municipal and industrial operations to purify water, and they are precisely administered using sophisticated chemical feed systems. To learn more about these systems and the most recent advances in the field, Water Online spoke with Brian Whitmore, the president and founder of JCS Industries.