• Read more about it! Master Fusion Ozone Generator – New & Improved

    Master Water Conditioning announces an update to the Ozone Generator incorporated in their Fusion Ozone System. Improvements 12 Function Diagnostic Status Lights New Diaphragm Brine Check Valve One Year Service Reminder Alarm for Critical Maintenance Tasks Reminder alarm to clean, and/or replace the Corona Discharge Cell. Month, Day, Minute and Hour configurable. Alarm with reset […]

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  • Read more about it! Training Session – PFOS/PFOA Reduction Using GAC & IX

    Join us for our 2020 training session being held February 27th. 2 Sessions – AM & PM Reduction of PFOS/PFOA using Calgon Activated Carbon Reduction of PFOS/PFOA using Purolite Ion Exchange Resin Location Delaware County Chamber of Commerce 1001 E Baltimore Ave, Media, PA 19063 (behind Olive Garden) Time 8am-4:30pm Continental Breakfast & Lunch Provided […]

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  • Hub-Lateral Using Tank Internals: What’s in your tank?

    Using Proper Distribution Systems – Tank Internals The distributor system (aka tank internals) plays a vital role in the performance of all water conditioners regardless of size.  Typical problems of poorly designed or manufactured distribution systems include: Pressure loss at peak flows Channeling of the conditioning media – resin, carbon, neutralizing media, etc. Inefficient operation, […]

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  • PFAS Treatment Solutions Update

    Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a group of man-made chemicals that includes PFOA, PFOS, GenX, and many other chemicals. Calgon Activated Carbon is a popular choice to treat waters contaminated with PFOS, PFOA.  Gaining fast approval is a new line of ion exchange resins from Purolite Company. Purolite A592E (residential grade) Purolite A694E (commercial […]

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  • Using Chemical Feed Pump Systems to Increase pH

    Traditional limestone or calcite neutralization systems are designed for ease of use however, higher flow rates can result in inconsistent treated pH levels.  Chemical injection systems are installed by dealers who want more control over the neutralization process.   To get even correction of variable flow rates, installation of a chemical feed pump system, such as Stenner, is […]

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  • Trickling Toilet Water Softener Valve Electronics – A Tale of Two Toilets

    A water treatment dealer called with a water softener performance issue. The conversation usually starts out the same- “I’m having trouble with that system X we bought last month”.  The home owner is complaining- the system is burning through salt at an alarming rate for just two people.  I asked the usual questions: Bypass open? […]

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  • Resin Thaw Handling Frozen Ion Exchange Resin

    Tips for Resin Storage & Handling December 21st marks the Winter Solstice – daylight slowly increases and temperatures may go below freezing. Ion exchange resin beads freeze easily! During transport resin may be left in unheated trailers overnight or for a couple days before arrival at its destination. Store ion exchange resin at temperatures between 35-80° F (2-27° […]

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  • Read more about it! Microplastics in Oceans, Waste Water, Drinking Water

    Microplastics In Drinking Water WQA recently sent out information regarding Microplastics which are invisible bits of plastic found in our drinking water, atmosphere, waste water, lakes, streams, rivers and oceans. These particles are generated from human activities.  They may start out as larger plastic pieces that slowly degrade or be the result of a manufacturing […]

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  • WQA Crisis Response Blog WQA Crisis Response Blog – Hurricane Florence

    WQA’s Crisis Response Blog – Tips and helpful resources for those affected by Hurricane Florence. Attention All Water Treatment Dealers:   It’s hurricane season here on the east coast. If you have a Facebook page or Twitter account consider linking to the WQA Crisis Response Blog. Water Quality Association established this crisis blog in response to […]

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  • Tariff on Ion Exchange Resin Imported from China

    Effective August 23rd a tariff of 25% was applied to ion exchange resin imported from China. Although they were unsuccessful, many of the affected manufacturers lobbied the USTR 310 Committee to remove ion exchange resins and copolymers from this list. Not all of the resin consumed in the United States is produced here.  Purolite has […]

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