Siemens Water Technologies has developed a coconut shell-based carbon for drinking water treatment

AquaCarb 1240CAT, which Siemens says is superior to the catalytic carbon used in water treatment, can provide improved results in water quality targets for chloramine, hydrogen sulphide (H2S), and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) removal. The coconut shell base provides a higher adsorption capacity with extensive micropore structure for volatile organic compounds (VOCs), lower ash content and […]

Siemens Water Technologies adds Clearlogx Process chemical feed system to portfolio

Siemens Water Technologies adds Clearlogx Process chemical feed system to portfolio Siemens and MarMac Water LLC have signed an agreement to purchase the technology, which combines chemical addition and proprietary controls for treatment of water and wastewater. The Clearlogx automated chemical feed system enhances organic contaminant removal in water and wastewater, while simultaneously improving membrane […]

inge watertechnologies to receive state funding for microbiological water testing research

A new method of testing microbiological water technology is being researched by inge watertechnologies and supported by state funding from Germany. inge watertechnologies, the Bavaria, Germany-based ultrafiltration specialist will be working with various technical and funding bodies on the project, which is known as AQUASens. The aim of the research is to develop a new […]

Siemens to provide system for treating FGD scrubber wastewater

One of the largest power producers in the U.S. has selected Siemens Water Technologies to provide a system to treat wastewater from a Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD) scrubber being constructed at a power plant in the eastern U.S. Siemens Water Technologies explains that the installation of the wet scrubber will significantly reduce emissions of mercury […]