Distribution System Gets A Boost By Arch Chemicals Inc.
The State of Michigan requires that water samples from remote taps must contain no less than 0.2 mg/L free chlorine. Residual chlorine in drinking water distribution systems serves as a sanitizing safety margin for preventing bacterial regrowth. To meet this stringent requirement, booster chlorination was initiated in the distribution system.
Full Profile Insertion (FPI) Mag Flow Meter Solves Tight Installation Challenge By McCrometer, Inc.
Municipal water systems present a challenging operating environment in which the accurate and reliable measurement of liquid flow is essential for cost-effective plant and system operation. In order for such systems to run as economically as possible, accurate flow measurement is necessary to ensure that limited water resources are processed efficiently.
Remediate Your Groundwater Contamination By 3M Purification Inc.
Good-quality groundwater is an important natural resource. It provides drinking water for the public as well as process water for industrial applications. Groundwater can become contaminated in a number of ways, including improper handling of process chemicals or disposal of wastes.
Enviroflex L Series pumps provide all the benefits of other peristaltic pumps, with a number of key benefits — slower operating speed for a given flow rate; and rotating rollers for soft hose compression. This provides a longer hose life and reduced power consumption.
Hungerford & Terry's custom-designed nitrate removal system reduces the size of the treatment plant, using 50% to 75% of the regenerant per cubic foot of ion exchange resin needed for a conventional system.