Category Archives: Chlorine

WATER ANALYSIS; SEPARATION TECHNIQUES

While analyzing or treating water, some measurement require separating the analyte from other substances in water which may interfere with the process. Some separation techniques include; Filtration- this is where water is separated from suspension by passing through a fine-pore … Continue reading

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VOICES AGAINST TAR SANDS FROM TEXAS LANDOWNERS

There has been concern by the people living in Texas about the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, which would run directly through their land. Randy Thompson, a landowner from Nebraska is fighting attempt to cross his land with Keystone XL … Continue reading

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WATER ANALYSIS

Water analysis is a fundamental step in ensuring quality healthy life. Water analysis may lead to a series of water tests procedures. The state of water may be obvious from its appearance. Polluted water like raw sewage is obvious from … Continue reading

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HOW A HOME WATER SOFTENER WORKS

Water filtration system and softener is intended to eliminate the minerals such as magnesium and calcium. Before deciding on which of the two t to install for your water softening, you need to first know the quality of incoming water. … Continue reading

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TESTING THE HARDNESS OF WATER USING TEST KITS

Tap water is not necessarily safe for drinking. There is need to perform routine test in order to determine water composition. Some chemicals are so difficult to be removed by water treating suppliers. Therefore there is need to have a … Continue reading

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HOW TO TEST DRINKING WATER QUALITY

WATER HARDNESS TEST USING TEST KITS Tap water is not necessarily safe for drinking. There is need to perform routine test in order to determine water composition. Some chemicals are so difficult to be removed by water treating suppliers. Therefore … Continue reading

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WATER PARAMETERS THAT SHOULD BE INITIALLY TESTED

Water is the worldwide solution and it has the abilities of dissolving just about anything. Because of this exclusive property water can easily become infected. Most common problems are usually smell or discoloration problems; like those associated with sulfur and … Continue reading

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HOW TO ELIMINATE CONTAMINATION IN YOUR HO– USEHOLD WATER

Household water from water supplies, streams, ponds and cinternsis should continuously be disinfected, especially if it is susceptible to contamination. Initial treatment such as sedimentation, coagulation, and filtration is necessary for suitable supply water. A research done by the EPA … Continue reading

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BUY THE BEST REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANE

RO systems are all not the same, as much as they may look alike from their design and component. They may vary in quality from each other, and anyone   who is considering to buy one need to consider the following; … Continue reading

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WILL CALIFORM BACTERIA IN DRINKING WATER MAKE YOU SICK

Presence of caliform bacteria in drinking water should not be a cause of alarm, but rather an indication of the need to treat and prevent water contamination. It is an indication that the source of your drinking water has been … Continue reading

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