Water Softening Articles

  • Commercial Water System Case Studies

    Leading American coffee chain, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, knows the quality of the water - comprising 98% of each beverage’s ingredients - is critical to the taste of each drink they sell. Several regional water quality issues negatively impacted the business’ product and equipment, affecting the beverage maker’s bottom line: Inconsistent Feed Water Supply - Dually-sourced ...


    By HydroNovation Inc

  • Organic Membrane

    Ceramic membrane technology and organic membrane technology can be used in combination. Organic membrane can follow ceramic membrane. We have organic membranes with wide range of pore sizes to different applications, from removing salt to filtering large particulates. JIUWU company can help you design the suitable membrane process. ...


    By Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-tech Co

  • Local leadership to leave no-one behind

    The 2019 World Water Day is focusing on the huge challenge – to leave no-one-behind. This year’s World Water Day focus is one of the most significant shifts from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which aimed to increase ...

  • CO2 degasification air stripping tower design - Case study

    Background - Water Chemistry Controls the Design A common method to adjust pH of water - typically well water intended for potable use - is to pass the water through a packed tower. Such towers intended to degas the water was also commonly called 'air strippers'. This is because the water is passed down over a bed of 'packing1 as air is blown into the bottom of the tower to pass up and out ...


    By Raschig USA Inc.

  • Optimized water softening systems thanks to quality-controlled regeneration

    Novel water hardness monitoring For the production of soft water, ion exchange units with sodium chloride regeneration have been increasingly used for more than 50 years. The course and dynamics of the softening process depend on the ion exchange resins used, the proper regeneration processes, the removal quantities and their dynamics. These processes do not run constantly in practice, which is ...

  • Water Filter and Softener Installation Services in Southern California

    While many WECO water filtration systems can be installed with simple plumbing tools, we realize not everyone has the time or skills to tackle home or commercial plumbing projects. We’ve made installation of your WECO water filtration system as easy as a phone call. WECO has partnered with Grand Water to install and maintain your water filtration system. How many times have you heard ...


    By WECO Filters

  • Thank all the visitors in Aquatech Mexico 2018

    Toro Equipment wants to thank all visitors in Aquatech Mexico their time and interest The last edition of Aquatech Mexico has been closed and Toro Equipment team want to express thanks all the people for employing their time on visiting us to discover the novelties introduced in this edition of the Mexican tradefair. In ...


    By Toro Equipment S.L.

  • Studies: Communication With Public Is Key in Water Issues

    2018 J.D. Power report finds water utility customer satisfaction is lower than reported by local water authorities ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Global Month of Impact Wine to Water in Portland

    May is Autodesk’s annual Global Month of Impact. The Impact Team here in the Portland office held 3 sessions assembling water filters to be shipped around the globe to those that need them to filter water for drinking. ...


    By Autodesk, Inc

  • History of Electrodeionization

    Electrodeionization (EDI) history extends back to the mid-1970’s in the USA. Possibly back to Argonne National Labs in the 1950’s as a scientific novelty. However, the first working EDI modules were made by Harry O’Hare in 1977 and 1978, and were tested by the Southern Research Institute (SRI). The concept was “filled-cell ED”, an attempt to use the ED concept to ...


    By SnowPure Water Technologies

  • Decoding the AdEdge treatment matrix

    U.S. drinking water utilities come up against a variety of water quality issues. From aesthetic issues to naturally occurring contaminants and contaminants resulting from industry processing, no water source is without problems. Contrarily, many of them have co-occurring contaminants, which complicates the treatment process. Although there is no single treatment solution that will successfully ...

  • Method Abstract #126, Calcium, Magnesium and Total Hardness

    Calcium, Magnesium and Total Hardness Determination by Potentiometric Titration Using TRIS Buffer Scope and Application This method is useful for monitoring the calcium, magnesium and total hardness in water samples. It is a variation of Standard Method 2340C and ASTM D-1126. Hardness analysis typically involved the addition of an ...


    By MANTECH Inc.

  • What is the Chemistry That Makes Detergents Work?

    We all have dirty surfaces that need to be cleaned. We see the soil, reach for the detergent, clean the surface and then move on with whatever we were doing, pretty much taking the whole process for granted. Have you ever stopped to think about what happens when you clean a dirty surface? What kind of chemical reactions take place to remove the soil? Why some detergents work better than others? ...

  • Caries affected by calcium and fluoride in drinking water and family income

    Water quality and socioeconomics influence caries in populations. This study broadens previous studies on how caries is associated with fluoride and calcium in drinking water and with family income by quantifying the combined effect of the three independent variables. The effects of calcium and fluoride can be described as independent effects of the two ions or, alternatively, in the form of ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Is Your Cleaner Biodegradable?

    When it comes time to choose a product for critical cleaning applications most of us are concerned with performance. We want a powerful cleaner that will remove all soils and get the job done. But, have you ever stopped to wonder about the environmental effects of that product? What if you found a powerful, effective cleaner that was also environmentally friendly and safe ...

  • Plastic Contaminates 94% of U.S. Tap Water

    After a thorough investigation Orb Media has released the findings of their study regarding plastic fiber contamination in drinking water. According to the results, a staggering 94% of the tap water in the United States is contaminated with plastic fibers. The United States had the highest contamination rate of any country that was analyzed for the study. For comparison, France had the lowest ...


    By Enviro Water Products

  • Manufactures brake and suspension systems

    The Customer is a premier chassis supplier, with branches in many different countries worldwide, that designs and manufactures brake and suspension systems for the global transportation market. The Customer needs to reduce the high costs related to: • the disposal of the highly polluting and corrosive waste water coming from hard chromium plating line; • the operation of the ...


    By EVALED-Evaporator

  • Types of Water Treatment Systems

    There are different types of water treatment systems, and knowing the difference between them can help you make an informed decision on just what type of treatment you’ll need for your water. There is no best water treatment system that will meet everyone’s needs—each system has its benefits and deficiencies. Here are a few ...

  • Types of Water Treatment Systems - Case Study

    There are different types of water treatment systems, and knowing the difference between them can help you make an informed decision on just what type of treatment you’ll need for your water. There is no best water treatment system that will meet everyone’s needs—each system has its benefits and deficiencies. Here are a few of the most common types of water treatment systems. ...

  • Avoid Hurricane Tragedies by Storing Potable Water

    In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria more than half of Puerto Ricans lacked access to potable water. Since Puerto Rico is an island, supplies couldn’t simply be shipped over land. With ports and airfields damaged, supplies were slow to reach those in need. When Hurricane Irma hit Florida and Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas, many people and organizations also found themselves scrambling ...


    By ModuTank Inc.

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