Drinking Water Filtration News

  1. Desalitech Appoints Mike Spinhirne As Senior Vice President Of Sales

    Desalitech, a provider of high-efficiency water and effluent treatment solutions, announced recently that it has appointed industry veteran Mike Spinhirne to be the company’s Senior Vice President of Sales. Spinhirne will be responsible for managing the company’s market strategy and overseeing U.S. industrial sales.

  2. AMPAC USA Shares Tips On Seawater Desalination Preventive Maintenance

    AMPAC USA, one of the leading manufacturers of reverse osmosis (RO) systems in the United States, designs RO systems that are intended, among other uses, for seawater desalination.

  3. LANXESS Highlights Its High Water Permeability ULP Membrane Elements At AMTA 2018

    LANXESS’ Liquid Purification Technologies (LPT) business unit—operating in the United States as LANXESS Sybron Chemicals—enables customers in a wide variety of industries to meet their water purification challenges with a broad portfolio of ion exchange resins, reverse osmosis membranes and other specialized technologies and services.

  4. Jacobi Carbons, Inc. Announces WQA Sustainability Certification For Activated Carbon

    The Jacobi Carbons Group announced recently that its Nattandiya, Sri Lanka production facility has received certification from the Water Quality Association (WQA) under WQA/ASPE/ANSI Standard S-802: Product Sustainability for Activated Carbon.

  5. AMERICAN Flow Control Valve And Hydrant Digital Manual Now Available

    Customers, contractors, engineers and project managers now have on-the-go access to information on AMERICAN Flow Control (AFC) products with the introduction of the AFC Valve and Hydrant Digital Manual.

  6. AWC’s PROTON Software Now Includes Closed Circuit Reverse Osmosis (CCRO)

    American Water Chemicals (AWC) has announced a major addition to its PROTON Membrane Aqueous Chemistry Calculator software.

  7. Mines Researchers Find Newly Discovered Fluorinated Chemicals More Difficult To Filter From Water

    A team of Colorado School of Mines researchers has found that the activated carbon filtration systems currently being used to remove highly fluorinated chemicals such as perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoate (PFOA) from drinking water are likely not nearly as effective at removing newly discovered poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs).

  8. Battery Technology Could Charge Up Water Desalination

    The technology that charges batteries for electronic devices could provide fresh water from salty seas, says a new study by University of Illinois engineers. By Liz Ahlberg

  9. Porex Filtration Offers Solution To Contaminated Water In Jakarta, Indonesia With Tubular Membrane Filter

    Access to clean water is a problem that affects people around the world. In Jakarta, Indonesia, Porex Filtration recently responded to a call for a small-scale water filtration system to provide clean water to a low-income apartment complex that had long suffered with poor quality water.

  10. Dow Jubail Operations Ships First Batch Of Reverse Osmosis Elements To Emerging Markets

    The Dow Chemical Company is celebrating the inaugural shipment of its DOW FILMTEC Reverse Osmosis elements from its new Saudi Arabia Dow Water & Process Solutions’ (DW&PS) Jubail Operations manufacturing facility.