water-based cleaning product Articles

  • How To Keep Your Tablet Press Clean

    10 Easy Steps for Cleaning Your Tablet Press Nothing can slow production down like equipment that malfunctions or stops working altogether. Performing regular, preventative maintenance of equipment is essential and helps keep pharmaceutical tablet presses functioning efficiently and smoothly. ...

  • Clean production in stone cutting industries

    The stone cutting industry uses high volume of water for cooling purposes and produces large volume of sludge. The disposal of both the wastewater and the sludge to a solid waste disposal site is costly and environmentally unacceptable. Wastewater and sludge from stone cutting industries in Jordan has been characterised and reused in various processes. Stone cutting industries can be modified to ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Electronic Water Treatment Provides a Clean Line for Food and Drink Production

    The USA’s food and drink producers spend billions of dollar’s each year in downtime, increased energy bills and the early renewal of capital equipment caused by hard water limescale blocking lines and leaving calcium carbonate deposits on water fed equipment.  Scale and sludge formation are the result of the precipitation of compounds that are ...

  • SAS drilling mud cleaning products

    Effective & fast mud cleaning for the oilfield. SAS microemulsion drilling mud cleaning products speed up the cleaning and removal of drilling mud waste. The cleaning of drilling mud residues from mud pits, offshore supply vessels and mud trucks is traditionally a time consuming task. Using high pressure water or standard cleaning detergents usually results in large volumes of mud slop ...

  • Revolutionary innovations for clean water

    The U.N. General Assembly declared 2013 the International Year of Water Cooperation. And the theme of this year's World Water Week, September 1st-September 7th, is " ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Efficient Wastewater cleaning for Insulin Production

    Insulin production using biotechnology is now a standard procedure, but it leads to a high level of contaminated wastewater due to tensides which are difficult to break down. A solution provided by EnviroChemie shows how production wastewater output with varying levels of contamination and toxicity can be cleaned efficiently. It combines aerobic and anaerobic steps as well as a low-temperature ...


    By EnviroChemie GmbH

  • Indestructible Pumps for Clean Water

    Sulzer pumps are used in the production of drinking water in many cities around the world. The special qualities that these pumps possess can be seen at the Zurich Municipal Water Utility. There, the operators have to cope with rising land and energy prices and a challenging topography. A small water flea plays a major role in Zurich. It swims around in a container of drinking water with some of ...


    By Sulzer Ltd.

  • Laboratory scale tests of coal-based hydrogen production with CO2 capture in the aspect of clean coal technologies

    In the light of continuously increasing oil prices as well as stronger environmental regulations, an important issue becomes finding an alternative to fossil fuels. Scientists agree that hydrogen seems to be an ideal, price-competitive and environment-friendly future energy carrier. One of the most effective methods of hydrogen production is the process of steam gasification of coal to ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • A risk‐based, product‐level approach for assuring aquatic environmental safety of cleaning products in the context of sustainability: The Environmental Safety Check (ESC) scheme of the A.I.S.E. Charter for sustainable cleaning

    Cleaning products have long been a focus of efforts to improve sustainability and assure safety for the aquatic environment when disposed of after use. The latter is addressed at ingredient level through environmental risk assessment including in formal frameworks such as REACH. Nevertheless, in the context of programmes to improve overall sustainability, stakeholders demand both environmental ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • The case for water jet tank cleaning

    To maintain a consistently high level of product quality, today's processing plants must ensure that their tanks and reactors are thoroughly cleaned on a regular basis. The direct expenses involved can be substantial, and adding indirect costs {e.g., downtime and compliance with safety and environmental regulations) puts extreme pressure on tight operations budgets. To meet this challenge, more ...


    By NLB Corp.

  • Providing clean water to impoverished homes

    With high mortality rates from inadequate water sanitation in developing countries, the promise of inexpensive and effective water purification methods holds end¬less opportunities to improve public health and living standards. For more than a billion people forced to use con¬taminated water, diseases such as chol¬era, typhoid, chronic dysentery and rotavirus diarrhea are constant ...


    By DelAgua Group

  • California Demands Disclosure of Chemicals in Cleaning Products

    California Becomes First US State to Require Manufacturers of Designated Cleaning Products to Disclose Hazardous Chemicals on Labels and Online ...

  • Cleaning Carpets Using Hot Water Carpet Cleaning Machines

    Carpet cleaning machines are multifunctional systems used for cleaning carpets, rugs, upholstery, and curtains. These machines are indispensable to commercial establishments, such as shops, offices, hotels, conference halls, theaters, and other places with large carpeted areas. Carpet cleaning machines have made the carpet shampooing process more productive and more efficient. These machines ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • An Easy Guide to Understanding Surfactants

    What is a Surfactant? Surfactants are a primary component of cleaning detergents. The word surfactant means surface active agent. As the name implies, surfactants stir up activity on the surface you are cleaning to help trap dirt and remove it from the surface. Surfactants have a hydrophobic (water-hating) tail and a hydrophilic (water-loving) head. The hydrophobic tail of each ...

  • Cleaner production to drive water efficiency

    South East Water Limited (SEWL) commenced the cleaner production program in 2006. The program has allowed SEWL to engage with industrial customers to reduce Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), colour and heavy metals. It has also had the benefit of reducing water consumption. The holistic approach to water saving projects has allowed a better understanding of the actual pay back on projects. In ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Versatile Auto Detailing Products for Super-Clean Vehicles

    Auto detailing equipment refers to highly advanced car wash systems that simplify the cleaning process and boost the end results with their innovative technologies. Reputable distributors now offer an exciting range of high-performance, durable and reliable auto detailing machines along with powerful chemicals. This wide range enables you to choose the right version depending on your specific ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • UV LEDs making waves with clean water

    Oxford Instruments systems now facilitate water purification technology With World Earth Day last week I’ve decided to make this weeks blog about how new technology is being used to enhance people’s lives in a fundamental way. The UN recognises that clean drinking water is a global issue with over ...


    By Oxford Instruments plc

  • Can incentives protect Canada’s clean water?

    Clean water is a vital, valuable resource for Canada. We drink it. We grow food with it. We generate power using it. We use it as an input to industry, from manufacturing to oil and gas production. We swim, splash, and paddle our canoes in it. And clean water isn’t valuable just to humans; it also underpins essential ecosystems all over the country. But do our policies reflect the ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • California Bill would require disclosure of cleaning product ingredients

    On September 13, 2017, the California Senate passed the final version of the Cleaning Product Right to Know Act of 2017 (S.B. 258), which would require manufacturers of cleaning products to disclose certain chemical ingredients on the product label and on the manufacturer’s website. The Senate passed the bill by a vote of 27 to 13. The California Assembly passed the bill by a vote of 55 to ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

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