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    Mercury determination in natural, surface, sea, drinking, bottled, mineral, and waste water by cvaas

    Introduction

    Mercury determination in natural, drinking, and waste waters is one of the most popular analyses used for environment pollution and sanitary control. Background concentrations of mercury in natural water are within several ng/l. Maximum national permissible levels for mercury in water lie in the range of 0.16–6 µg/l. For example, the following limits for mercury in drinking water are set, µg/l:
    0.5 – Japan, Russia;
    1 – Argentina,...

    By Lumex Instruments Group based in Mission, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

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    Determination of chlorate, perchlorate, and chlorite ions in drinking water including bottled water

    Introduction

    Chlorination remains the most widespread way of disinfecting water in the world. Its flaws are: high toxicity of chlorine and other chlorinating reagents, also formation of various chlorine-containing compounds, including chlorite-, chlorate, and perchlorate anions. Maximum permitted levels (MPL) of these components are established in WHO Guidelines for drinking water and other regional and national regulations.

    By Lumex Instruments Group based in Mission, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • LifeFilta R20 Container & LifeFilta TapFilta for school children

    Water not only keeps children healthy, but also helps them perform better. Children should drink water throughout the day, especially after physical activities. Not drinking adequate water can lead to poor concentration and sluggishness. Many schools have inadequate access to clean drinking water. Children normally end up carrying water from home in their already heavy school bags, or end up drinking soft drinks or other artificially sweetened drinks. Using the LifeFilta bottle by filling it directly from any...

    By LifeFilta based in Tongeren, BELGIUM.

  • Ultrasonic Level Monitoring for Water Bottling Plant Level Control

    Culligan Water installs Greyline SLT32 Level Monitors to control tank levels in their bottling plant in Calgary, Alberta. With non-contacting ultrasonic sensors the SLT32`s control fill and discharge valves in five tanks containing spring water, reverse osmosis water and distilled water.

    By Greyline Instruments Inc. based in Long Sault, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • LifeFilta R20 Container & LifeFilta TapFilta for disaster relief

    In any disaster relief operation, the biggest problem faced by aid agencies is the logistics and cost involved to deliver safe drinking water to the victims. We have seen plane loads of bottled water being transported to the site of the disaster, hundreds of people are hauled up to unload the cargo and finally each family gets a carton of bottled water, which may last a maximum of 3 days. Compare this with our LifeFilta straw or bottle which can last for a few years. With our LifeFilta R20 container, a family...

    By LifeFilta based in Tongeren, BELGIUM.

  • LifeFilta R20 Container & LifeFilta TapFilta for outdoor adventures

    The problem most adventurers face is how to carry water when they go mountain climbing or jungle trekking. Water is weight. It is impossible to carry a large quantity of water during these expeditions. Carrying LifeFilta Straws or Bottles will provide drinking water instantly.

    By LifeFilta based in Tongeren, BELGIUM.

  • Water filtration with UV purification for hospitals

    Offering customers pure, fresh, delicious-tasting water from point of use water cooler dispensers reflects your high standards and commitment to quality. Waterlogic POU (point of use) water dispensers also reduce costs, simplify logistics and show that your company is socially responsible by looking after employees and reducing its carbon footprint.

    By Waterlogic International Ltd based in Basingstoke, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Ozone System for Food Industry

    In response to the growing need for a safer, more effective sanitizer, the FDA acknowledged the GRAS (Generally Regarded as Safe) status of ozone in 1997. Ozone became an unrestricted food additive July of 2002. Piper Environmental Group, Inc.’s food processing applications were reviewed during this period.

    By Piper Environmental Group, Inc. based in Castroville, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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