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What is deionized water?

What is deionized water?

Deionized or demineralized water is water that has zero charged particles or ions. The ions contain positive and negative electrical charges. These ions accumulate and pollute the water. To separate these dissolved solids – all of its mineral ions such as sodium,...
Why Filter Process Water?

Why Filter Process Water?

Process water is used for medical, pharmacological, chemical, and industrial applications. Clean and potable water undergoes the filtration process to reduce suspended particles, parasites, bacteria, algae, viruses, fungi, chemical, and biological contaminants to...
Industrial Water Treatment Issues

Industrial Water Treatment Issues

There are a number of different water treatment technologies employed for industrial water treatment today. With each of the different systems, there are both benefits and problems that can arise from the various technologies used. It is essential to understand what...
Aeration in Wastewater Filtration

Aeration in Wastewater Filtration

The addition of air into wastewater is an integral part of the treatment of biological wastewater. The process generates the aerobic biodegradation of pollutant components. Biological treatment relies on naturally occurring microorganisms in wastewater to degrade...
Bag Filters Versus Cartridge Filters

Bag Filters Versus Cartridge Filters

When working with industrial-grade filtration, you have several options for which type of filter best meets your needs. It’s essential to understand both filters’ benefits before choosing the right filtration technology for your performance demands. Both filter types...
Wastewater Filtration

Wastewater Filtration

According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the average person produces between 50 and 70 gallons of wastewater per day in the United States. Wastewater is water that has been used and contaminated by humans for domestic, industrial, commercial, or...
Self-Cleaning Filters

Self-Cleaning Filters

A self-cleaning filter capitalizes on system pressure to clean itself. This type of filter is cost-effective, energy-efficient, and lower maintenance than most other strainer systems. The technology used to self-clean does not need to be changed out or shutdown....
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