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Are UV LED Lamps the Future for Water Disinfection?

Whether you want to disinfect drinking water or need to outfit a municipal system with equipment that can effectively disinfect the water, there is a range of different technologies that can be used for water disinfection purposes. Among the more modern technologies is ultraviolet disinfection, which can take place with the use of UV LED [...]

2021-04-12T20:09:33-07:00By |Industrial Water Treatment|

How to Calculate the Chemicals Needed for Your Pool

No matter the type of pool you have in your backyard, it's essential that you properly maintain the water quality to ensure that the water is always clean enough to swim in. There are many different chemicals that are required for the pool maintenance, which include a pH increase, chlorine, and shock. When you purchase [...]

2021-04-06T08:39:03-07:00By |Swimming Pool & Spa|

Oxidation-Reduction Potential (ORP) Sensors and Use in Liquid Analysis

When you're testing the quality of water, it's important that you're aware of oxidation reduction potential and what this measurement indicates. ORP is a type of measurement that identifies the ability a substance has to reduce or oxidize another substance. The electrodes that are placed within an ORP sensor are able to take ORP measurements [...]

2021-03-30T09:04:45-07:00By |ORP|

The Value of Chlorine Dioxide as a Disinfectant

If you work in an industry that requires water treatment for any number of processes and applications, it's important to understand the various chemicals and solutions that can be used for water treatment purposes. One of the most important chemicals for water treatment is chlorine dioxide, which can be used as a disinfectant. Chlorine dioxide [...]

2021-03-22T19:37:35-07:00By |Industrial Water Treatment|

The Concern For Total Dissolved Solids in Water and How To Measure It

When you want to identify the quality of water, it's common for the amount of total dissolved solids in the water to be measured. This measurement will make it easier for you to determine how contaminated the water is and what level of purification is necessary to get rid of the contaminants. High amounts of [...]

2021-03-15T18:55:42-07:00By |Aquaculture|

How to Test the Salinity of Water and Why It’s Important

When you want to identify the quality of water, among the most important measurements that you can take is to test the salinity of the water. Salinity refers to how much dissolved salts are in the water. This measurement is typically expressed in percentage or parts per thousand. To obtain this measurement, you must measure [...]

2021-03-20T14:09:09-07:00By |Agriculture and Farming|

What are Toroidal Conductivity Sensors and How Do They Work?

While there are many distinct methods that can be used to identify the concentration of contaminants in water, two of the more distinct options include regular conductivity and toroidal conductivity. In general, conductivity involves measuring how effectively water is able to conduct electricity. Toroidal conductivity consists of a reception coil and a transmission coil, which [...]

2021-02-22T16:46:36-08:00By |Industrial Water Treatment|

What is Mechanical Vapor Compression and How Does it Save Energy

One of the main goals in any industrial process is to keep operating costs as low as possible. The quality or result of an industrial process doesn't matter unless the process can be completed without using ample amounts of energy. In industrial applications throughout saline, dairy, and distillery industries, it's common for waste heat to [...]

2021-02-16T11:21:40-08:00By |Industrial Wastewater|

What is A Reverse Osmosis Water System and How Can You Manage It

Whether you work in a wastewater treatment facility or are searching for the best filtration system for your home, among the most effective processes that can be used to remove contaminants from water is reverse osmosis. The reverse osmosis method is able to get rid of contaminants in water before the water has been filtered, [...]

2021-02-08T19:35:42-08:00By |Agriculture and Farming|

How to Reduce Water Scaling and Prevent Damage

Whether your HVAC cooling system has started to malfunction or your boiler isn't as efficient as you would like it to be, these issues can be brought about by water scaling, which is a serious problem that occurs when too many contaminants are found in water. Scale develops in water when calcium and magnesium compounds [...]

2021-02-01T08:33:51-08:00By |Industrial Wastewater|