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Technical Journals - Behavior of Trace Inorganic Contaminants in Drinking Water Distribution Systems -- JAW_0072293Supplier: American Water Works Association
Description: By Hill, Andrew S., Friedman, Melinda J., Reiber, Steve H., Korshin, Gregory V., Valentine, Richard L. This article offers a comprehensive discussion of trace inorganic contaminants (TICs), an emerging water quality and public health issue. Because of their public health implications, TICs
Supplier: Dow Water & Process Solutions
Description: DOWEX™ PSR-2 is a strong base anion exchange resin for selective removal of trace contaminants in potable water applications.
- Base Fluid: Water
- Filter Media Material: Ion Exchange Resin
- Trigger: Bulk Filter Media
Supplier: Figaro USA, Inc.
Description: Applications: air cleaners, ventilation control, air quality monitors
- Measurement Type: Trace
- Number of Gases Sensed: Multi Gas
- Specific Gas Types: Other, Carbon Monoxide (CO), Hydrogen (H2)
Supplier: Rosemount Analytical
Description: The Danalyzer 700 Gas Chromatograph offers the broadest range of analysis options available for field-mounted GCs. Whether you are looking for heating value measurement, trace contaminant monitoring, pipeline integrity, or product quality/process control, the 700 GC offers the flexibility to meet
- Instrument Type: Fixtured or Permanent
- Applications: Environmental, Industrial Gases
- Column Oven: Yes
- Injection Method: Valve Injection
Description: The bulk loader offers an economical solution for many end-of-line filtration, liquid bulk loading, and in-plant packaging applications. Available in 304 stainless steel, this unique final filter is used to remove trace contaminants at the end of your process stream. This is an open system pressure
Supplier: MKS Instruments, Inc.
Description: . Cirrus systems are ideal for the on-line monitoring and analysis ofgases and gas mixtures including trace contaminants in process gases;solvent vapors; hydrocarbons; atmospheric and inorganic gas species(including corrosives); freons and noble gases. Gas compositions can be tracked over
- Mass Analyzer Design: Quadrupole
- Ionization Method: Electron Impact Ionization (EI)
- Detector Type: Electron Multiplier Tube (EMT), Faraday Cup
- Computer Interface: Yes
Supplier: SAE International
Description: . temperature and humidity control system, 3. carbon dioxide control system, 4. trace contaminant control system, 5. water management system, and 6. waste management system.
Supplier: Bartec US Corp.
Description: monitor trace contaminants measure the heating value the individual setup of the different modules offers the possibility to create an applications specific analyzer. Special Features Compact design and small footprint allow quick installation close to process The use of micro system
- Instrument Type: Analyzer
- Specific Gas Types: Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Oxygen (O2), Water Vapor, Other
Description: Features Continuously Detects Trace Level Contaminants Adjustable High or Low Alarm Set Points Digital Interface Sensor Failure Alarm Remote Monitoring Option Available PLC Controller Event Log LED Display
- Body Material: Steel
- Solenoid Valve Power Input: 115 VAC, 230 VAC, Other
- Visual Indicator: Yes
- Application: Gas
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Branch Environmental Corp.
designed to remove certain gaseous contaminants,
Vapor phase carbon (VPC) systems are used for collection of organics, trace quantities of alkali or acid vapors. If there are only small quantities of odor causing compounds present, they can also be used to collect organics from air strippers or other devices that release organics. VPC systems have also been applied to air makeup systems to protect sensitive equipment in control rooms and plants where trace quantities of gases might be present in the air. Branch Environmental supplies custom... (read more)
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Benefits of DOWEX™ Ion Exchange Resins
DOWEX ™ ion exchange resins provide the optimal balance of quality performance, reliability and efficiency. This new product portfolio from Dow offers a full arsenal of options with the following benefits. Selectivity. Ion exchange resins provide selective removal of trace contaminants by matching contaminant with resin for a lock-and-key fit. DOWEX ion exchange resins include specialized chemistries developed for selective removal of radium, nitrate, perchlorate, chromium and many other... (read more)
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WEDECO, a Xylem brand
Municipal Drinking Water Treatment
pharmaceutical and other trace contaminants. Flocculation enhancement. The advantages of ozone oxidation for the water utility. No THM formation. Low ozone doses are necessary. No environmental or health-endangering chlorinated by-products. pH insensitivity. Ozone is produced according to needs at the place of consumption from power and oxygen/air. Modern technology with drastically reduced energy consumption/optimized ozone production. The advantages for humans, animals & the environment... (read more)
Browse UV Disinfection and UVGI Sanitization Systems Datasheets for WEDECO, a Xylem brand
Bartec US Corp.
MGA-nano allows for very short cycle times
cycle time resulting from the use of microsystem technology. and/or of continuous analytical modules. Significantly lower consumption of sample and utilities in comparison to classical technologies lead to low cost of ownership. Easy control via touch screen. Compact design. Small footprint allows quick installation close to process. Exemplarily applications: Improve product quality. Control process units. Monitor trace contaminants. Measure the heating value. . BARTEC – Global... (read more)
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Adding Relative Humidity to Trace Concentration Gas Standards In a Permeation System (.pdf)
, pharmaceutical, and semiconductor industries have quality issues and must test. Copyright 2007 by ISA - The Instrumentation, Systems and Automation Society. Presented at ISA AD 2007 Analysis Division Symposium; http://www.isa.org. for trace gas contaminants in the presence of varying relative
Using VPD ICP-MS to monitor trace metals on unpatterned wafer surfaces
sample extract, with final volumes ranging from 500 to 1000 ul. Once prepared, the liquid sample is analyzed by instrumental techniques for identification and quantification of the sample constituents. VPD sample preparation has been coupled with several different trace elemental analytical
Measuring trace ionic impurities in ultrapure acids and bases with ion chromatography (Third in a series)
contaminants. New parts-per-billion- or sub-parts-per-billion-level specifications for contaminants in concentrated acids have exceeded the detection limits of existing analytical technology. Traditionally, determining trace ionic impurities in concentrated acids or bases has required
Texas Instruments: Novel Separation Technique for the Analysis of Trace Levels of Atmospheric Contaminants in Inert Semiconductor Process Gases
Low ppb detection limits for contamination in cylinder gases have been achieved with gas chromatography using a modified gas injection system and megabore capillary columns with a variety of detectors including mass spectrometry, atomic emissions, and discharge ionization. Components of interest are
Using two-dimensional ion chromatography to measure contaminants in ultrapure chemicals ( First in a series)
Jian-Ge Chen and ManLi Wu, Because the purity of process chemicals plays an important role in device reliability, the continuing increase in the scale of integration for semiconductor devices has led to the need for monitoring trace levels of ionic contaminants. Parts-per-billion-level cationic
White Paper: Remove Water and Particulate Contaminants from Oil Efficiently and Cost-Effectively to Prolong Equipment Life
labor. Plus, their effectiveness often depends upon the viscosity of the oil and volume of water. Water-absorbing cartridges only remove free water, providing a partial filtration solution. Water-absorbing cartridges use hygroscopic media capable of removing trace amounts of free water from oil
Epoxy and Silicone Interactions
. · Thermal interface pads and greases. · Trace contaminant from molded and de-molded parts as silicone-based mold. release agents. · Silicone oils released from jacketing of coaxial and fiber cable. Potential Contamination Outcome. Generally, wet state and fully cured silicones will not poison the epoxy
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and heater voltages, which are gradually increased over a. period of time until full ratings are attained. This aging process smoothes microscopic pits and. protrusions on the electrode surfaces, removes trace contaminants, and burns off any cathode. coating that may have condensed on insulators
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