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    Production of high-quality demineralized water for steam generation units

    Aug. 17, 2021
    Creating demineralized water is a thorough process, and understanding the basic demineralization process can prevent common unit disturbances.
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    As water experts warn of a serious global water shortage coinciding with climate change, the need for sustainable water management, especially freshwater, within the mining industry has become more critical than ever.

    6 Ways to Improve Water Conservation in Mining Operations

    Aug. 13, 2021
    Embracing new technologies and strategies can help operations save a precious resource
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    Process Water

    Top water quality monitoring challenges in industrial applications

    Aug. 13, 2021
    When developing a water quality monitoring and testing strategy, industrial water operators often face challenges including large water networks not suited for conventional water...
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    In the papermaking process, water is a key component from start to finish. Whether assisting the chemical processes that break down the wood, enabling fibers to travel through papermaking equipment or serving as a flushing fluid to protect seals, a substantial amount is required to perform most essential functions.
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    Seal of Approval

    Aug. 13, 2021
    How a Georgia paper mill realized $17,000 in operating savings
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    Flow-Tech water treatment systems are implemented through a non-invasive installation process, allowing the technology to operate on large systems with no shutdown or intervention required.
    Technology Guide

    Product Focus: Water Treatment with Pulsed Low-Frequency Signals

    Aug. 13, 2021
    Flow-Tech transmits a pulsed low-frequency signal into the system, which then propagates throughout the piping network, treating all the fluid.