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   At IDS Water our aim is to provide customers, researchers and others the much needed insight and guidance on important water and wastewater related topics. We have an array of white papers on our website that cover a wide spectrum of water topics. Thus if you are looking for relevant white paper on water technology then you have come to the right place. We at IDS Water have everything and more.

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Wash water derived from the manufacture of biodiesel are difficult to treat through traditional methods. The water contains significant concentrations of carbonaceous material that must be treated bef

HESP ® IS DESIGNED TO PRECIPITATE AND REMOVE SCALE-CAUSING MINERALS SUCH AS CA, MG, BA, SR, SILICA AND METALS UP TO 99.9% HESP ® HAS BEEN TESTED SUCCESSFULLY ON PRODUCED WATERS CONTAINING UP TO 50

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AWTS, Inc. is a service-oriented company, established in Plano, Texas. AWTS, Inc. was started in August 1996, and has provided consulting and/or equipment upgrade services to industrial customers. The

Ken Pandya, Chemical Engineer (1970), is the sole proprietor of awts, inc. working in water treatment industry since 1972. incorporated awts in 1997. Houston area water treatment oem companies: applic

The choice of boiler water treatment depends upon two main considerations: (1) boiler operating pressure and (2) boiler feedwater hardness. As the pressure increases, greater care in control of treat-

The success or failure of a water treatment program often relies upon the pretreatment equipment. An effective water treatment professional needs to understand not only the equipment, but the chemistr

In Part I, we discussed deaerators and the chemistry used to remove dissolved oxygen from the boiler feedwater. Also discussed was general internal treatment utilizing carbonate technology and phos