Industry Links


www.pentairwatertreatment.com
Pentair
Partner Center: www.wppartners.pentair.com
Youtube: www.youtube.com/user/PentairWaterU
As the largest supplier of components and subsystems for the handling, treatment and storage of water, Pentair Water products are key to virtually every water treatment, filtration and storage system made today. On all continents, and in more than 80 countries, our advanced technologies have created a clear competitive advantage, earning us the water treatment leadership position in residential, commercial and industrial markets worldwide.

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www.viqua.com
Viqua
VIQUA (vee-kwa) is a leading water treatment technology company focused on providing our customers with confidence in their water. In over 100 countries, our UV systems are disinfecting water in homes, and light commercial applications including: apartment complexes, manufacturing facilities, campgrounds, resorts, hotels and hospitals. Every minute, VIQUA systems treat more than 5 million gallons of water. VIQUA has more than 90 dedicated employees reporting to the Guelph, Ontario, Canada headquarters which is situated 40 miles west of Toronto. A modern facility houses all manufacturing, distribution, sales and marketing operations for VIQUA.

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www.clackcorp.com
Clack
Clack has become an acknowledged leader in the blow molding industry by creating innovate solutions with our skilled and experienced staff and state-of-the-art facilities. We strive for the highest quality standards and remain committed to passing competitive prices on to our customers.

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www.pentekfiltration.com
Pentek
With a focus on residential and commercial water treatment markets, PENTEK brand filter products remove contaminants and suspended solids from the water, providing clean, safe drinking water and protecting and extending the life of household appliances and critical equipment. PENTEK’s specialized filtration products and process technologies include filter housings, sediment and carbon filter cartridges, ultraviolet, reverse osmosis, and bacterial and virus reduction systems.

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www.pulsa.com
Pulsa
Since 1936, Pulsafeeder, Inc., headquartered in Rochester, New York, has been the recognized leader in fluids handling technology. Pulsafeeder has always understood that leadership is comprised of many facets, all in balance: long-standing, high performance products, comprehensive application solutions, innovative engineering designs, knowledgeable and attentive service, continuing improvements in R & D and Manufacturing processes. Pulsafeeder works hard to maintain this balance - always with the goal to provide the best products and support for our customers.

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www.stenner.com
Stenner
Stenner peristaltic metering pumps are based on a simple, well-engineered design that minimizes complexity and delivers reliable performance. The time-tested designed is renowned for consistent quality and ease of service, which increases dependability for users while reducing service time and expense.

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Helpful Resources

www.nsf.org/consumer/drinking_water/dw_treatment.asp
NSF
The NSF Water Treatment Device Certification Program requires extensive product testing and unannounced audits of production facilities. The goal of this program is to provide assurance to consumers that the water treatment devices they are purchasing meet the design, material, and performance requirements of national standards.

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www.epa.gov/waterscience/
EPA
We are responsible for developing sound, scientifically defensible standards, criteria, advisories, guidelines and limitations under the Clean Water Act and the Safe Drinking Water Act. We work with partners and stakeholders to develop the scientific and technological foundations to achieve clean water.

www.wqa.org/

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WQA
The Water Quality Association (WQA) is a non-profit international trade association representing the residential, commercial, industrial, and small community water treatment industry. WQA maintains a close dialogue with other organizations representing different aspects of the water industry in order to best serve consumers, government officials, and industry members.

www.symptomsofdehydration.com

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The effects of dehydration begin with thirst and progress to more alarming symptoms as the need for water becomes more intense. The initial effects of mild dehydration in adults appear when the body has lost about 2% of it's total fluid.

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www.water-pollution.org.uk/

Water covers over 70% of the Earth's surface and is a very important resource for people and the environment. Water pollution affects drinking water, rivers, lakes and oceans all over the world. This consequently harms human health and the natural environment. Here you can find out more about water pollution and what you can do to prevent it.

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www.container-recycling.org

www.wqa.com/Diagnose Your Water

www.nutrition4health.org

The examination of water samples for viruses takes a minimum or two weeks and the tests are not completely reliable. Bacteriological monitoring is used as the conventional indicator of potable water safety, but viruses are more resistant to water treatment processes than bacteria and may escape detection. Enteric viruses may be present in drinking water without signs of bacterial pollution. . . .

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