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  • Whitepaper: UV Disinfection and Power Quality
    There are approximately 156,000 public drinking water systems in the United States. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issues new rules to improve public drinking water safety that will increase the use of ultraviolet light (UV) water disinfection systems. These UV systems are known
  • Is Conventional Water Treatment Still Relevant?
    by water temperature and. varying source water conditions. The multi-barriers consist of clarification, filtration and disinfection. When coupled with new oxidation technologies such as ozone and new disinfection technologies such as. ultra-violet disinfection, high quality water can be produced
  • 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
  • Ballast Water M-Series, E-Series, HRP, IX, LK
    ). Mechanical Systems, 2) Physical Disinfection, 3) Chemical Treatment. Below is a list that highlights the differing. types of treatment technologies. Mechanical Systems. Physical Disinfection. Chemical Treatment. Filtration. Ultraviolet. Disinfecting Biocides. Light/Ultrasounds. Cyclonic Separation
  • Orange County Water District Trusts Sievers TOC in Groundwater Replenishment System
    analytical equipment to ensure. Disinfection. Groundwater. the water being reintroduced into the. Basin. ground is the highest quality. Monitoring. TOC on line, in the lab, and in a portable. capacity al ows the plant to have. immediate access to the TOC results. throughout the process. Monitoring
  • Medical Device Link . Recent Developments in Sterilization Technology
    in suitable disinfectors (e.g., Nu-Cidex from Johnson & Johnson Medical Ltd., Skipton, UK) for sterilization of thermolabile endoscopes. Vapor-phase generators employing peracetic acid are being sold for the decontamination, disinfection, or sterilization of products such as isolators. The process itself
  • Medical Device Link .
    in order for the process to begin; only ultraviolet light is needed. The process can occur at ambient temperature and pressure. It can be switched on or off. And, he said, the process should be compatible with existing decontamination and disinfection regimes. Currently the University of Ulster has
  • Medical Device Link .
    . Only ultraviolet light is needed. The process can occur at ambient temperature and pressure. It can be switched on or off. And, he said, it could likely be incorporated into existing decontamination and disinfection regimes. Currently the University of Ulster has two research projects under way