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Supplier: ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc.
Description: of disinfection by-products
Description: Conc. In Solvent and Volume: 2,000 μg/mL each in acetone, 1 mL/ampul
Supplier: ULTRA Scientific, Inc.
Description: 7 Analyte(s) @ 5000 µg/mL in acetone
Supplier: Chem Service, Inc.
Description: Chem Service, Inc. produces high purity chemicals for use as reference materials and for other laboratory purposes. More than 95% of their Standards Grade materials have a certified purity of 98.0% or greater and do not require purity corrections when preparing solutions for use with EPA, ASTM, UST
- Form: Liquid / Solution
- Features: Organic Chemical / Polymer, Other
- Applications: Water Treatment, Other
- Enhancers, Modifiers & Specialty Additives: Reference / Chemical Standard
Description: , simple, inexpensive and environmentally friendly as it does not add anything to your water and creates no disinfection by-products. Sterilight is the most ecological way of treating your water.......and all this for just pennies a day! Applications include private wells, camp grounds, hotels
Supplier: Siemens Water Technologies
Description: AquaCarb® 1230C is a high activity coconut shell based granular activated carbon. This hard, attrition resistant high surface area carbon is designed to remove difficult to adsorb organics from potable, waste and process water. It is especially effective for adsorbing chlorine, disinfection
- Trigger: Bulk Filter Media
- Filter Medium Material: Activated Carbon
- Industry Use: Municipal Water Supply
- Base Fluid: Water
Supplier: Analytical Technology, Inc.
Description: disinfection while minimizing disinfection by-products, the concentration of chlorine dioxide must be precisely maintained. Unlike on-line colorimetric and most amperometric monitors, Q45H systems utilize a membrane-covered polarographic sensor that does not require the addition of chemical reagents
Supplier: Siemens Water Technologies
Description: waters Handles high turbidity and organic loads with ease Modular expansion capability TOC reductions 55% or more when combined with filtration Reduced disinfection by-product precursors (DBPP) and helps meet THM and HAA regulations Minimizes waste production and operator attention Smaller
- Clarifiers: Conventional Clarifier
- Application / Industry Use: Drinking Water, Waste / Sludge
- Sedimentation Equipment: Flocculation
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Real Tech, Inc.
Disinfection By-Products - Precursor Monitoring
Disinfection By-Products (DBP) Precursor Monitoring. Chlorine has long been used as a primary disinfection method for many water and wastewater treatment applications. However, there is growing concern about the harmful DBP's produced by the use of chlorine. DBP's, such as triahalomethanes (THMs), can occur when the natural organic matter (NOM) that is present in the water is combined with chlorine. More specifically, the portion of NOM in the water that is aromatic is the most reactive... (read more)
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Cannon Water Technology Inc.
Going Green with Water Treatment Products
that causes Legionnaire's Disease in both laboratory and field studies. Can clean fouled cooling towers. Environmentally friendly - rapidly breaks down to non-polluting by-products. DOT non-hazardous, UPS shipping OK for 5-gallon containers. (read more)
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How Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analysis Relates to Disinfection Byproducts such as Trihalomethanes (THMs) and the Corresponding EPA Regulations
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) amended. the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) in 1996 to balance. the risks presented by microbial pathogens and. by-products from the disinfectant used to destroy these. microbes. The byproducts, called Disinfection Byproducts. (DBPs), form from
Chlorine Dioxide Removes Disinfection By-Product (DBP) Precursors at Rocky Mountain Municipality
and the LT1 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule prompted the municipality to consider different pre-oxidants and alternative disinfectants. Chlorine Dioxide Removes Disinfection By-Product (DBP) Precursors at Rocky Mountain Municipality. Chlorine Dioxide Removes Disinfection By-Product (DBP) Precursors
TOC Recovery Studies Comparing Combustion/NDIR with UV-Persulfate/Membrane Conductometric Methods for Municipal Raw and Finished Drinking Water Monitoring
of the method can be reviewed at http://www. that are approved for TOC monitoring under the USEPA's. epa.gov/nerlcwww/documents/Method%20415_3_. Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts Rule (D/DBPR). Rev1_2_Final.pdf. The results of these studies demonstrate that UV-. Section 17 of this method
Use of Chlorine Dioxide Improves Taste and Odor and Controls THMs
to react with certain organic species present in the raw water to form trihalomethanes (THMs) as a disinfection by-product. The USEPA regulates the amount of THMs present in drinking water. This plant produced relatively high levels of THMs in the disinfected drinking water. An alternative primary
Southeastern Municipality Uses Chlorine Dioxide to Control THMs in Drinking Water
water to form trihalomethanes (THMs) as a disinfection by-product. The USEPA regulates the amount of THMs present in drinking water. This plant produced relatively high levels of THMs in the drinking water. An alternative primary disinfectant was required, which would prevent the formation of elevated
The City of Houston Texas: A Case Study (.pdf)
organic carbon (TOC) removal, and disinfection by-products (DBP) reduction. The City has, and continues, to conduct extensive bench, pilot, and plant scale tests to determine how these regulatory changes would impact the operation of their surface water facilities. The TOC content of the source
Application Note - New USEPA Rules for Drinking Water - A Compliance Strategy (.pdf)
The USEPA has recently issued new rules for drinking water in order to combat the potential harmful effects of disinfection products used. The Disinfection/Disinfectants Byproducts Rule (D/DBPR) applies to communities of 10,000 or more people that use surface water or ground water that can
TOC Analysis: The Best Tool in a Drinking Water Facility's Toolbox
. recent years due to its link to disinfection byproducts. in the distribution system. A large percentage of TOC. (DBPs). TOC alone is not harmful, but upon its reaction. should be removed in the drinking water treatment. with a disinfectant can produce harmful byproducts. process to reduce DBP levels
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Chlorine Dioxide CT DISINFECTION CREDITS The broad spectrum disinfection properties of chlorine dioxide result in a lower C T value than traditional
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