Written by Brian Rafferty
In this day and age your time and money are precious. Sometimes we feel that there just isn’t enough time in the day to get everything done. Providing good quality water for your family to drink should not add to your everyday worries.
Installing a P.O.U. R/O ( Point of … Read More ›
written by Tom Frank
What is Arsenic?
Arsenic is a naturally occurring element found in rock and soil which can also seep into the water supply from use in certain industries or agriculture. Arsenic can be combined with other elements to form chemicals that can be used to preserve wood, to kill insects on cotton and other … Read More ›
written by Wayne Anderson
There are many types of strong-acid cation (SAC) resins used in residential softening applications.
With dozens of resin/softening media brands being produced world-wide, it is not uncommon to find 7 or 8 types of the product in the US market.
Generically speaking, the types are: 7% crosslink, 8% crosslink, 10% and Macroporous (16% crosslink) … Read More ›
written by expert Bill Hall
Reverse Osmosis Systems (R/O) designed for Point-of-use water treatment have become very popular.
Point-of-use Reverse Osmosis, commonly referred to as “POU R/O”, can be used nearly anywhere that there is a need for a low cost, efficient water treatment system to provide varying amounts of water considered to be of a higher … Read More ›
written by Eric Beck
H2O2, COMMONLY KNOWN AS HYDROGEN PEROXIDE, IS A VERY USEFUL CHEMICAL TOOL FOR USE IN THE TREATMENT OF WATER.
IT IS AN EXCELLENT DISINFECTANT AND OXIDIZER, MUCH LIKE CHLORINE, OZONE AND POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE AND IT WORKS TWICE AS FAST AS CHLORINE. THIS FASTER ACTION ALLOWS THE USE OF LESS OF THE CHEMICAL AND … Read More ›
written by Dave Brehmer
Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Systems are a great means of providing purified drinking water on tap. One way to ensure years of great tasting water is to sanitize the system when changing the filters.
When a Reverse Osmosis Drinking water system is not properly cared for, bacteria begins to grow and multiply wherever … Read More ›