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How does Reverse Osmosis work?

02nd November 2012
Reverse osmosis is a pressure driven process that forces water through a semi-permeable membrane that only passes the solvent (or water). The solute or larger molecules are concentrated and flushed out in the reject stream. RO removes approximately 99+%... Read >
Author: James Armstrong

Have Your Own Natural Alkaline Water Station Franchise @90K

18th January 2012
Stainless Alkaline Processor (SAP 2500) Business Packages SAP 2500 has a DOH Certificate of Product Registration SAFE, STERILIZED, NATURAL ALKALINE WATER ZERO WATER WASTE, LESS ELECTRICITY, LESS SPACE Almost all of the current refilling stations a... Read >
Author: ingenmart

Natural Alkaline Water Refilling Station Franchise!!

09th November 2011
Stainless Alkaline Water Processor (SAP 2500) Business Packages PURIFIED, STERILIZED, NATURAL ALKALINE WATER ZERO WATER WASTE, LESS ELECTRICITY, LESS SPACE Almost all of the current refilling stations are producing purified water (water with zero min... Read >
Author: ingenmart

Ten Reasons to use SAP 2500 for your Water Station Business

08th June 2011
Water has evolved. When you think the clean water you drank last year is the best, think again, especially if itís not Natural Alkaline Water. If you think you made profits from your water business package a year ago, you might have made more, if you c... Read >
Author: ingenmart

RO filter of the Aquaguard brand

21st January 2011
Constant exploration of new technologies and ideas followed by adoption and implementation of the suitable ones is a challenge in the true sense of the term. In a scenario where numerous players exist, there are counted few companies that do bring innovat... Read >
Author: Ritu Jain

how to purify water to drink

15th September 2010
Survivalist shows on cable can show ways to purify water that require nothing more than a few pebbles, a whole in the ground, a bit of plastic sheeting and some sunlight. Of course this only provides a limited amount of drinking water and is reserved for ... Read >
Author: Ross Angelo

Knowing How Deionized Water is Achieved

07th July 2010
Deionized water has become very important these days that its production is highly anticipated in many industries. It is also called DI water or demineralized water and is often compared to distilled water, which is essentially similar to it. Manufacturer... Read >
Author: joalesto

Discovering The Myths Regarding Deionized Water

06th July 2010
There is so much discussion about deionized water going on. But what is this type of water? There are different types of pure water and they are so named depending on the type of treatment process they undergo. Distillation leads to distilled water; rever... Read >
Author: joalesto

Which Type of Reagent Grade Water do I Need?

22nd March 2010
While many analytical procedures and instruments specify the type of reagent grade water that is needed (i.e., Type I, Type II, Type III or Type IV), just as many do not. As a "rule of thumb", Type I Ultrapure water contains dissolved solids at the level ... Read >
Author: aquaa solutions

Which Type of Reagent Grade Water do I Need?

17th March 2010
While many analytical procedures and instruments specify the type of reagent grade water that is needed (i.e., Type I, Type II, Type III or Type IV), just as many do not. As a "rule of thumb", Type I Ultrapure water contains dissolved solids at the level ... Read >
Author: aquaa solutions

Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis | Case Studies

25th September 2009
In May 2009, Pure Aqua supplied 818m3/day Industrial Sea Water and Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis Units to the Ministry of Defense in Oman for Boron Removal. The ocmplete SWRO and BWRO Units were completed with advanced PLC, colored touch panel screen, co... Read >
Author: Larry S. Price

How To Get the Best Faucet Water Filter For Your Family

09th July 2009
You probably already know that the best faucet water filter is not the most heavily advertised. However, it's not the cheapest, nor the most expensive either So how do you decide? It takes a little effort to find a truly effective faucet filter that will ... Read >
Author: Bob Goodhand

The Benefits And Negative Aspect of Water Purification Methods

09th July 2009
Water is essential to keep the body healthy and function normally. It is recommended that we drink eight glasses of water a day. But, while the water supply in every household has been treated to make it suitable for drinking, contaminants can still be fo... Read >
Author: joalesto

Water Purification Methods: The Role of Distilled Water In Our Society Today

07th July 2009
Your body consists of more than 70% water, which just goes to show that drinking safe water is essential for your body to function normally. However, there are issues about how safe the water that comes out of your faucet is, especially with pollution and... Read >
Author: joalesto
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