Water Dispensers Articles

  • Why is There Frost Phenomenon in the Low Temperature Chiller Circulator?

    Many low temperature chiller circulators will frost when they are used, but there is no frost phenomenon in low temperature chillercirculators. So, what's the matter? Is it related to refrigeration?  First of all, why does the low temperature chiller circulator frost? ...

  • Clean Marine Case Study

    EGC unit complete with 2 fans and 5 exhaust gas connec-tions, pumps with variable frequency drive, filters, cooler, NaOH dosage system, gas (SO2/CO2) and water (PAH , turbidity, pH, flow) analyzers, temperature and pressure monitoring, valves, flow meters, exhaust dampers (bypass), switchboard, PLC, Documentation and ...

  • KK and Water Wellbeing Helping the Environment

    Water Wellbeing Ltd has two operational trading companies. Edgar’s Water and Wellbeing People. Edgar’s Water supplies water coolers, bottled drinking water and fresh fruit deliveries throughout the UK to any organisations that needs to hydrate their workforce. They operate over six sites and are distributing throughout the UK via 100 fleet vehicles. The original bottling company was ...


    By KK BALERS

  • Helping Prevent Foodborne Outbreaks with Ozone Technology

    More consumers are adding fresh fruits and vegetables to their diets and placing more emphasis on “farm to fork” making it critical for retailers to ensure foods within produce areas are free of harmful microorganisms and safe for consumption. ...


    By Ozotech, Inc.

  • Chlorine Residuals In A Newly Mixed Potable Water Storage Tank

    Active mixing is one of the best, most sure-fire methods to maintain water quality in your potable water storage tanks. The following are some key concepts to understand when it comes to newly introduced active mixing and the chlorine residual in your already-in-use tanks.  The Unmixed Tank Condition Without an active mixer in the tank, water quality is dependent on ...


    By Medora Corporation

  • EVAPCO’s advanced cooling solutions - Case Study

    EVAPCO’s advanced cooling solutions help realize massive power savings and vastly reduced maintenance. The 17-story, 380,000-sq-ft building was constructed in 1981. Goals: Find a long-term solution to outdated cooling infrastructure Prioritize energy efficiency Minimize maintenance Controls to optimize operation of the entire mechanical ...


    By Evapco Inc.

  • Hassled By Hose Assembly? P-80® Lubricants Can Help!

    Rubber hoses are everywhere! Have you ever stopped to consider how many everyday items have hoses? Cars, trucks, buses, planes, boats, motorcycles, construction equipment, appliances, pumps, and medical equipment all contain hoses. So, what exactly is a hose? Hoses are flexible hollow tubes that transport fluids, or gases, from one location to another. It’s easy to ...

  • Laboratory test report - the effect of scale formation on heat transfer coils

    Background EVAPCO, Inc. recently introduced new Evaporative Condensers and Closed Circuit Coolers which utilize extended surface coils. For decades extended “fin” surfaces have been used on heat transfer coils, often referred to as “finned coils” primarily in an effort to increase dry capacity. However, in the past the fin material was limited to carbon steel tubes ...


    By Evapco Inc.

  • How Arsenic Is Removed from Drinking Water

    Drinking water is a vital and life-giving resource. Clean and filtered drinking water keeps you healthy and safe from harmful chemicals that can immediately harm you or slowly damage your body. That is why arsenic removal from drinking water should be handled by professionals, and it should be done to all possible sources of water that supply homes and businesses. Those who are dedicated to ...

  • What does 2017 hold for our environment?

    The dawn of a New Year always brings with it new promises. Yet, what does 2017 hold for our environment? How would climate change impact agriculture and farming, water management, and food consumption? What are the key trends and issues that will dominate global discussions? We’ve pulled together several articles that provide some answers to these questions. Can cooler ...


    By CoirGreen

  • Birth of an AccuMax

    Head of the AccuMax Family In 2015, we released the AccuMax dispenser as the first in a “family” of dispensers. Our goal is to create a line of innovative, user-friendly dispensers built around real feedback from our customers. So, while we may call the AccuMax our “standard” dispenser, there is really nothing standard about it. It was born, so to ...

  • Partially buried & underground tanks - Case study

    Topics: potable, stratification/waterage, short-circuiting, chlorine ...


    By Medora Corporation

  • Considering the Olympics – Health vs. Safety

    What the workplace can learn from Rio 2016 Like many, I have thoroughly enjoyed watching the Olympics in Rio over the past few weeks and would like to congratulate team GB on their brilliant performance alongside all the other nation’s exceptional athletes. That said, anyone who has been watching this year will have seen their fair share of falls in the cycling, injuries in ...


    By SHEilds Ltd

  • Evaluation of consumers’ preferences on drinking waters considering the information provision effect

    Despite a high drinkable quality, many people avoid tap water because of vague anxiety about its safety. Conjoint analysis (CA) was conducted to determine what factors are considered important for consumers’ selection of drinking water. The information provision effect was also investigated inside CA profiles using different model equations. Results indicate that the perception of the safety ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Groundwater attenuation of summer stream temperatures favors deeper intrusion depths into Lake George, NY

    Groundwater inputs to two major streams along the southern end of Lake George attenuate summer temperatures resulting in deeper lake intrusion depths relative to other major streams. Between late April and early October, East and West Brook baseflow water temperatures generally were cooler than other major streams by ∼4 °C in mid-summer. Historical data for West Brook confirmed that the trend ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Bull Run Watershed Gets Ingenious Eco Solution for Fish Rehabilitation, Made Possible with Custom Control Valve

    When a cities fish stock from a nearby river are depleting due to rising water temeperatures, an ingeneous Control Valve solution saves the day! The probelm was that the water temperature of the Sandy Siver during summer months was too warm, making it difficult for the fish to spawn.  The idea was to supply the river with water from the bottom of the reservoir where the water would ...


    By Singer Valve Inc.

  • Water insecurity in Indigenous Canada: a community-based inter-disciplinary approach

    Water insecurity in Northern Indigenous communities in Canada remains a pressing problem, with multiple dimensions and health impacts. We carried out a case study of long-term water insecurity in the Southern Inuit island community of Black Tickle, Labrador, where there is no piped water and people rely on an under-funded potable water dispensing unit (PWDU) and unmonitored water sources. Our ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Short Showers Replace Deep Baths: Drought Conditions Changing the Way Society Thinks About Water Infrastructure

    While proactive water conservation is a smart way for consumers to react to climate change, the crisis puts increased pressure on water utilities to better manage their resources and pipeline networks. Change is in the air. One only needs to check the daily news to understand why climate change, drought and water infrastructure have become frequent buzzwords heard around the water ...

  • Proven Protection In The World`s First Antimicrobial Classroom

    The scientists at BioCote® recently ran a live test to measure and compare the number of bacteria in two classrooms in the same primary school. This was a world first as never before had an antimicrobial classroom been put under the microscope. The objective was to see how well BioCote antimicrobial protection performs in the classroom environment in banishing bacteria. How the Study was ...

  • Comparing the microbial risks associated with household drinking water supplies used in peri-urban communities of Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    Most Cambodians lack access to a safe source of drinking water. Piped distribution systems are typically limited to major urban centers in Cambodia, and the remaining population relies on a variety of surface, rain, and groundwater sources. This study examines the household water supplies available to Phnom Penh's resettled peri-urban residents through a case-study approach of two ...


    By IWA Publishing

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