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Brine Solutions for Home & Industrial Applications

Brine is a simple solution of water and salt that can be used for salt brining, which is primarily designed to act as a deicing agent. Along with its main application for the deicing of roads, salt brine is also commonly used for food preservation, food production, and industrial refrigeration. The reason that this solution [...]

2020-01-27T14:45:52-08:00By |Industrial Water Treatment|

Common Applications of Chlorine Dioxide

Chlorine dioxide is a common chemical compound that is composed of two atoms of oxygen and one atom of chlorine. At room temperature, chlorine dioxide is a gas with a yellowish-green or red color to it that will dissolve when coming into contact with water. The most important quality of this gas is that it [...]

2020-01-27T14:45:52-08:00By |Industrial Water Treatment|

Operating Dissolved Oxygen Probes in Bioreactors and Cell Culture

Dissolved oxygen refers to the amount of oxygen that has been dissolved into a water source, which could be anything from the ocean to a bioreactor. Whether your company handles the transport of live fish or is involved in wastewater treatment, it's essential that you measure and keep track of the amount of dissolved oxygen [...]

2020-01-27T14:45:55-08:00By |Industrial Water Treatment|

3 Types of Cooling Systems and How They Work

In industrial applications, cooling can be critical to ensure that processes do not cause equipment or products to overheat. Many cooling applications use water as a medium to absorb heat, because water has a high boiling point and high specific heat. There are many different ways to set up an industrial cooling system, but the three basic types can be summarized by examining how cooling water is used in each system.

How to Monitor pH for a Denim Manufacturing Process

Origins of Blue Jeans and the Denim Manufacturing Process Two things made denim blue jeans revolutionary when they were invented by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss in 1873. First, they were made from a sturdy material, denim, which Davis bought from Strauss. Second, Davis used a metal rivet at the points where pants most often [...]

2018-01-09T11:45:16-08:00By |Industrial Water Treatment|