contaminant-removal-videos

  1. Trident® HS Package Water Treatment Plant Video
    6/26/2015

    There are four stages in the Trident HS package treatment system, which provides multi-barrier protection for difficult-to-treat surface water, groundwater, industrial process water, and tertiary wastewater.

  2. Ozone Simplified: Make Your Next Disinfection Project As Simple As 1-2-O3
    10/27/2015

    Pinnacle Ozone Solutions was founded with the goal of simplifying the ozone process.  Our products and systems specifically designed to be modular, reliable, and both energy and cost efficient.  Our truly unique approach allows each system to be precisely matched to your individual needs using truly independent QuadBlock™ ozone generator cells. This approach also allows for easy expansion, reduces the need for costly redundant or standby equipment, and can be fully upgraded at any time. Watch this informative video about how Pinnacle’s radically simple approach to ozone projects. 

  3. UV Treatment Gains Traction In Reuse Applications (Video)
    10/7/2015

    Fresh off TrojanUV being named manufacturer of the year by the WateReuse Association, Water Online caught up with Jennifer Muller, Vice President of Global Municipal Sales for TrojanUV at this year’s WEFTEC, to understand how ultra violet systems are being applied in the growing movement towards direct and indirect potable water reuse.

  4. TrojanUVTorrent™ Drinking Water UV Disinfection System (Video)
    7/1/2010

    The TrojanUVTorrent™ is the solution for large-scale drinking water facilities in need of revolutionary UV disinfection technology.

  5. Sherbrooke Water Filtration Plant Video Testimonial
    8/24/2015

    This video features the lead operator for the ozone and filtration systems at the Sherbrooke Water Filtration Plant in Quebec, Canada, Mr. Yves DelaFontaine.  As you’ll see in the video, Yves has high remarks for Pinnacle’s modular capability, built in redundancy and ease of installation, which took place in 2014.  

  6. The ozonia Innovation Labs Have Set The New Standard For Ozone Technology
    9/14/2017

    The newest family in the SUEZ ozone range, the ozonia® M includes all the latest developments from the ozonia® innovation labs. Ozonia® IGS+ dielectric technology provides even lower energy consumption and increased ozone production capacity up to 25 kg/h resulting in a lower cost per kg of ozone. The new ozonia® smartO3™ automation platform adds a suite of advanced features designed to optimize system performance and reduce operation costs. Finally, an innovative design provides improved resistance to environmental conditions in a more compact footprint.

  7. De Nora Brings New Focus To Water Treatment
    10/14/2015

    Following the acquisition of Severn Trent Services’ Water Purification Group, Water Online caught up with John Dyson, Commercialization Manager for the newly-branded De Nora Water Technologies, to understand what the change means for the water and wastewater industry. Dyson discusses how the new organization is enhancing the company’s product lines including the newly redesigned ClorTec on-site sodium hypochlorite generation system.

  8. Watch CoMag® System Deliver Rapid and Reliable Floc Settling
    11/22/2016

    The CoMag® system from Evoqua improves chemical flocculation treatment in wastewater and drinking water applications by using magnetite (an iron ore) to ballast chemical floc, resulting in rapid, reliable and enhanced settling and clarification. The CoMag system settles floc up to 30 times faster than conventional treatments, which reduces plant investment costs by enabling greater treatment capacity in smaller or existing tanks.

  9. De Nora Invests In Core Water Treatment Technologies
    10/29/2016

    Gary Lohse, Regional Sales Manager for De Nora Water Technologies, provides Bill King with a tour of the Company’s WEFTEC 16 booth and explains some of the product enhancements and initiatives that the new company has made since acquiring Severn Trent’s water treatment business last year.

  10. Calgon Carbon Reactivation Video
    8/1/2016

    After an activated carbon’s adsorptive capacity has been exhausted, it can be returned to Calgon Carbon for thermal reactivation. With high temperature reactivation followed by off-gas treatment, the adsorbed organic compounds are destroyed and reactivated carbon can be safely and cost-effectively recycled back to facilities for continued use.