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Constant Chlor® REPORT - Better Booster Chlorination
This Kansas rural water district uses arch calcium hypochlorite feed system to bring efficiency,
consistency, and safety to its booster chlorination operations.Constant Chlor® REPORT - A Change For The Better
The Hawthorne, NJ, Water Department had long suffered decimated feed pumps, extreme corrosion problems, and employee safety concerns trying to maintaining sodium hypochlorite feed systems serving its water wells. Switching to Arch cal hypo has made all the difference.Constant Chlor® REPORT - Alternative Chlorination Approach Brings Precision & Safety To Cayman Water System
For the Water Authority of the Cayman Islands, maintaining proper chlorine residual in its distribution system had required manual mixing operations, full safety gear, and the potential for inaccccuracies. A recent switch to automated mixing and feed has changed all that.Constant Chlor® REPORT - Efficient Cal Hypo System Solves Well Site Logistical Issues
After acquiring a new commercial water well in a logistically challenging location, this casino and resort’s utilities department determined the easiest solution for
providing chlorination there was also the best solution.Constant Chlor® REPORT - Cal Hypo System Brings Safety, Efficiency
After experiencing trouble with gas chlorination at one of its wells located in a community park, the Village of Hebron, Illinois, switched to an alternative chlorination method using calcium hypochlorite.Utilities Taking A New Look At Dry Chlorine
Chlorination has long been the
conventional method for disinfection of municipal water and wastewater, due to its low chemical cost and consistent performance. By the early 1990s, however, the growing number of environmental mandates, along with health and safety requirements associated with Cl2 use were forcing many municipalities to take a hard look at their disinfection programs.Third-Party Certification Of Circulation System Components Brings Peace Of Mind
Third-Party NSF/ANSI Standard 50 Certification ensures commercial pool & spa owners and operators their equipment is safe to use, is structurally sound, and performs as claimed.