Featured Articles

  1. Treatment Plant Upgrades With Hach 1720E Turbidimeters
    6/7/2013

    For the last two years, the state of South Carolina recognized the North Augusta, SC, Water Treatment Plant for compliance to stringent, Area-wide Optimization Program (AWOP) water quality standards.

  2. A Strategy For Optimizing Water Treatment Plant Performance Using Light Scatter Technologies
    6/7/2013

    Two new particle detecting technologies have been developed to help optimize filter performance at water treatment plants (WTP).

  3. Defining Drinking Water Plant Backwash Profile Using The SOLITAX™ Sc Suspended Solids And Turbidity Sensor
    6/7/2013

    Today’s drinking water plants have many challenges to meet as they produce water for a fast-growing and increasingly demanding population.

  4. Determination Of Trihalomethanes (THMs), Trihaloacetic Acids (THAAs), And Other Disinfection By-Products (DBPs) In Drinking Water
    6/7/2013

    The determination of Disinfection By-Products (DBPs) has become extremely important to drinking water companies due to the newly imposed regulatory testing requirements by the EPA1.

  5. Hach THM Plus™ Test A Real Plus In Arkansas Water Plants
    6/7/2013

    A unique and highly effective program conducted by the Arkansas Department of Health is preparing smaller water systems for compliance with Phase I of the Disinfectants and Disinfection By-Product Rule (D/DBPR) when it impacts them in January.

  6. Streaming Current Monitor Pilot Study 'The Detection Of A Coagulant Feed Failure'
    6/7/2013

    An Accufloc streaming current monitor (SCM), now known as the Hach AF7000, was placed at a local surface water treatment plant for field testing.

  7. Selecting The Correct Amperometric Titration Procedure
    6/7/2013

    The following decision tree can help determine the appropriate procedure for each application.

  8. Connecting The RACO® Catalyst® RTU To The Hach Water Distribution Panel Using The Mod I/O Modbus Interface Module
    6/7/2013

    The purpose of this application note is to act as a quick start guide when using the Catalyst RTU (Remote Telemetry Unit) with the Hach WDP (Water istribution Panel).

  9. Selecting The Correct Chlorine Procedure
    6/7/2013

    The following decision tree can help determine the appropriate procedure for each application.

  10. Chlorine Chemistry Explained
    6/7/2013

    Chlorine is the disinfectant most frequently used for water and wastewater treatment. It was used first for industrial applications and to control odor in wastewater, in the early 1800s.