Problem Solvers for Food Processing Plants: Water and Wastewater Treatment


All food processing facilities use water to prepare products in the manufacturing process and to clean and sanitize equipment.  Whether it’s the boiler and closed loops inside, or the...

How To Size a Pump For Continuous or Variable Flow


Selecting the right metering pump is an essential step in the development of a water treatment program. The processes described will help you select the right metering pump for your application, every time.

Reducing Odors From Process and Waste Water by Chemical Oxidation


Chemical oxidation is a chemical process in which the noxious odor is removed by an oxidizing agent such as oxygen, ozone, hydrogen peroxide, potassium permanganate, chlorine, sodium hypochlorite, chlorine dioxide, and sodium chlorite.

The Basics of Neutralizing Amines in Steam Line Treatment


Neutralizing amines are a common steam line treatment that can be fed in a water treatment solution along with other treatment chemicals or it can be fed direct to the steam header.

Monitoring Your Cooling Water Treatment Program


It is not enough to just feed the water treatment products to, cooling towers and closed loops to protect them; you also need to monitor the treatment program to make sure that no adjustments need to be made to your treatment program.

Why Isn't the Biocide in my Cooling Tower Working?


Teresa Brown, Technical Director of Momar\'s Aquatrol Water Treatment Division, discusses the common problems associated with a cooling tower biocide feed program.
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