Owning a deionized water system — we’ll refer to it as a DI system for short — involves more than just the purchase and installation. Here is a list of the top 7 mistakes we’ve seen other owners make, including smart tips for keeping your system running smoothly. Continue reading 7 DI System Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make
Water usage in medical facilities is an increasing concern, especially in geographic areas where water costs are high. There are four specific actions that can help you reduce water usage and lower your overall expenses. Continue reading Four Ways Hospitals and Medical Facilities Can Reduce Water Usage
Water accounts for 98.5% of the volume in a cup of coffee or tea, a fact largely unknown to those in hot pursuit of great office coffee. Find out why top coffee roasters stress the importance of water quality, and what you can do to make a big difference in your office coffee taste. Continue reading Great Office Coffee Relies on This Secret Ingredient
Whether you’re designing a new water system for a clinical laboratory, or if you’re checking the quality of your current system, you’re going to have to know the basics of CLSI standards and guidelines for CLRW. We’ll provide you with an overview, including some ways to prevent problems before they occur. Continue reading CLSI Guideline: What You Need to Know About Clinical Laboratory Reagent Water
Chloride discharge levels above the EPA standards are being reported by sewer agencies across the state of Wisconsin and the nation. For large water users, both commercial and industrial, there are some simple ways to reduce chloride discharge.
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When one thinks of electronics, water is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. But without ultrapure water (UPW), the manufacturing of the high-tech semiconductors needed for today’s laptops, tablets and smartphones wouldn’t be possible. Continue reading Could Ultrapure Water Be The Secret Behind Today’s High-Tech Electronics?
Outbreaks of Legionnaires’ disease in the U.S. are on the rise. Many of these cases have been linked to small systems such as fountains, water walls and whirlpools found in hospitals, long-term care facilities, hotels and apartment buildings. The good news is there are some fairly non-invasive preventative solutions. Continue reading Three Things Facility Managers Can Do to Prevent the Spread of Legionnaires’ Disease
Delivering a great cup of coffee to customers is essential to coffee shops and restaurants across the nation. To do that consistently requires keeping equipment in peak condition, and ensuring water purity. That’s where reverse osmosis (RO) comes in. Continue reading The Secret to Better Coffee: Reverse Osmosis
In pharmaceutical manufacturing, the use of stainless steel piping in water purification systems has long been the standard. Recently, however, using polypropylene up to the point of distillation is challenging the status quo, and for good reason. Continue reading The Future of Water Purification for Pharma Could be Polypropylene
Chances are you already know that in certain applications, deionized (DI) water is crucial. You may even work in an industry that uses it. So how do you convert tap water into deionized water, and how then is the di water used in certain applications?
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