CONTAMINANT REMOVAL RESOURCES

  • Optimal Ultrafiltration Uses For Beverage And Dairy Companies

    When you’re sipping on a cold soda or snacking on a creamy piece of cheese, you probably don’t really think about what went into making your food or beverage. Aside from the automated production-line machines, one of the most important things that goes into the making of any soda, juice, wheel of cheese, or gallon of milk is water. Producing beverages and dairy products uses substantial amounts of water within production processes.

  • Controlled Coagulant Dosing Utilizing Zeta Potential In A Direct Feed To UF Approach

    San Jose Water (SJW) decided to implement a novel coagulant dosing control approach for purposes of achieving the following: limit UF membrane fouling, mitigate rain event turbidity spikes, and conserve operating costs.

  • Mastering The Application Of UV Advanced Oxidation Using Chlorine In California

    Installed at the Albert Robles Center (ARC) in California is the TrojanUVPhox™. Arranged in two parallel trains, the UV AOP system was designed to operate with sodium hypochlorite being injected into the treatment stream instead of more traditional hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). This is commonly referred to as a UV/chlorine or UV/Cl2 approach to UV AOP.

  • Warm Weather Water Treatment: Optimizing Coagulation With Standby Advanced Oxidation

    Seasonal variations and peak events can impact the water quality in ways difficult to anticipate, requiring tools and monitoring methods to optimize drinking water treatment at a moment’s notice.

  • COVID-19 Requires Management Of Building Water Systems Now

    Controlling the spread of COVID-19 requires the collective effort of physical distancing. While this is imperative to save lives from the novel disease, many hotels, resorts, offices, and other buildings are now partially or entirely shut down. As a result, the water systems in these buildings are experiencing low to no flow, loss of disinfectant residual, tepid water temperatures, and other hazardous conditions that can increase Legionella amplification, which can cause Legionnaires disease.

  • Challenging Groundwater Chemical Treatment Resolved

    ​Mammoth Lakes is a resort town nestled in the Sierra Mountain Range in North Eastern California, USA. Known for winter and summer tourist activities, the town experiences a high seasonal demand on its water resources during tourist influxes.

  • Common UV Lamps For Chemical-Free Disinfection

    When it comes to water and wastewater treatment systems, operational and performance variation will come from different components, including what treatment processes are deployed, whether chemicals are utilized, or how much power the treatment processes require. With many treatment systems, there is much consideration given to a particular central component akin to the heart and soul of the process. In the case of a UV system, the ultraviolet (UV) lamps are this component.

  • Coronavirus And The Water Cycle — Here Is What Treatment Professionals Need To Know

    As the global health community tracks the spread of this virus, it’s important for water and wastewater professionals to keep updated on potential impacts.

  • Xylem Helps South Carolina Utility Eliminate Taste And Odor Issues In Drinking Water

    Advanced oxidation treatment system and water treatment plant upgrade save money.

  • UV Treatment System Fills The Bill For Water Reuse

    Small city selects full-featured and low maintenance UV treatment for its water reuse system that easily complies with demanding California Title 22 Regulations.

CONTAMINANT REMOVAL SOLUTIONS

  • WEDECO LBX Series Closed Vessel Ultraviolet Reactors by Xylem

    The WEDECO LBX Series is a thousand times proven, energy efficient solution for the disinfection of pressurized wastewater, surface water, process water, and other low UV transmittance liquids.

  • Emerging Pollutants: The Role Of Activated Carbons

    The presence of active pharmaceutical ingredients, radio-opaque substances and endocrine disrupting chemicals in raw water sources is a relatively new emerging issue in relation to drinking water quality. However, the influence of pollutants on health and general well-being is becoming apparent with the incidence of carcinoma increasing and fertility rates being affected. A solution for the efficient removal of these substances from water use by production sites is required.

  • Field Pilot Studies

    Pilot tests conducted at numerous facilities demonstrate that Loprest treatment processes successfully reduce iron, manganese, arsenic, nitrate, and many other select contaminants in drinking water to well below the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL). Loprest can provide self-contained portable, free-standing pilot units or mobile, trailer-mounted units, depending on specific testing needs at each site. Services include unit delivery, setup, and operation. Upon completion of the pilot study, Loprest will prepare a Pilot Study Report and a detailed cost proposal for a full-scale system.

  • ClorTec® On-Site Sodium Hypochlorite Generation Systems T Series

    ClorTec T systems easily control sodium hypochlorite production and provide a powerful disinfection method for any application. T systems meet requirements for 2 to 36 lb/day (0.9 to 16 kg/day) chlorine equivalent. Applications include potable water, wastewater, odor and corrosion control, cooling towers, oxidation and swimming pool disinfection.

  • Resinex Ion Exchange Resins

    In many water treatment and food purification applications, activated carbon is used in conjunction with ion exchange resins to provide an end-product of the desired quality and purity.

CONTAMINANT REMOVAL VIDEOS

Watch this video to learn more about some of the successes of TIGG’s equipment and the effect that it has had in Louisiana.