A premier water treatment textbook. Product innovations and more than 50 years of industry experiences have refined a full-line of solutions to correct and/or remove both normal and unusual contaminants from home and business water supplies. Water Processing provides those entering the field with basic background of the many technologies, and a comprehensive resource to those already active in the business of water quality improvement. Author Wes McGowan has over 25 years experience in technical services, engineering design, manufacturing, and consulting for domestic and commercial/industrial water treatment systems. Joseph Harrison has worked 22 years with the USEPA Safe Drinking Water Program, and as Technical Director of the Water Quality Association since June 1990.
Last Revision (2/09)
Covers smaller-scale water treatment processes with illustrations, charts, and tables. In addition to basic water treatment technologies, also includes disinfection, aeration, activated carbon and ozonation.
Included as part of CWS Study Kit. 309 pages.
Chapter 1: Filtration Process
Chapter 2: Aeration Processes
Chapter 3: The Adsorption Process
Chapter 4: pH Modification and Neutralization Processes
Chapter 5: Ion Exchange Water Softening Processes
Chapter 6: Other Ion Exchange Processes
Chapter 7: Salt and Brine Makeup, Ion Exchange Resin Cleaning, and Resin Life
Chapter 8: The Troublesome Trio: Iron, Manganese, and Hydrogen Sulfide
Chapter 9: Two for One: A Water Processing Answer
Chapter 10: Drinking Water Quality and Treatment Processes
Chapter 11: Water Ailments-Symptoms, Causes, and Remedies
Chapter 12: Appendices