Municipal Water

Products designed to address water treatment challenges faced by municipalities including the removal of natural and emerging contaminants present in groundwater, well water and surface water sources used by public water supply systems as well as addressing the residual effects of disinfection.

Municipal Water Applications

Disinfection By-Product (DBP) are formed when chlorine reacts with organic compounds in water supplies. The removal of organic prior to chlorination can eliminate the DBP potential, otherwise the DBPs need to be removed by activated carbon.

AGC-40 X

Media Sub Category Bituminous Coal Carbon
Mesh Size 12 to 40 US Mesh


AGC-40 XA

Media Sub Category Bituminous Coal Carbon
Mesh Size 12 to 40 US Mesh


AGC-40 C

Media Sub Category Coconut Shell Carbon
Mesh Size 12 to 40 US Mesh


AGC-40 CA

Media Sub Category Coconut Shell Carbon
Mesh Size 12 to 40 US Mesh


CENTAUR® 12×40

Media Sub Category Catalytic Carbon
Mesh Size 12 to 40 US Mesh


CENTAUR-C® 12×40

Media Sub Category Catalytic Carbon
Mesh Size 12 to 40 US Mesh


Chloramine Reduction

Sku

Cartridge Type Drop-In
Media Category Activated Carbon
Application -

PFAS Contaminants are commonly referred to as “forever chemicals”. These compounds are Per-and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances, which can be found throughout our environment specifically in our drinking water. They are widely used in cookware, fast food packaging, stain resistance and waterproof products as well as a key ingredient in Aqueous Fire Fighting Foam.

SIR-110-HP

Media Sub Category Selective Exchanger
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Application PFAS Removal
Nitrate Reduction
Perchlorate Reduction
Iodide Reduction
Pertechnetate Reduction

AGC-PFx

Media Sub Category Specialty Carbon
Mesh Size 12 to 40 US Mesh


SIR-110-MP

Media Sub Category Selective Exchanger
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Macroporous
Application PFAS Removal
Nitrate Reduction
Perchlorate Reduction
Iodide Reduction
Pertechnetate Reduction

PFOS & PFOA Water Test

Description
PFAS Contaminants (Per-and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances) are commonly referred to as “forever chemicals” and can be found throughout our environment as well as in our drinking water. Previously know as PFCs, they have b...

PFOS & PFOA Water Test plus Field Reagent Blanks

Media Sub Category -
Polymer Matrix -
Ionic Form -
Applications -

PFAS Full Spectrum Water Test

Description
PFAS Contaminants (Per-and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances) are commonly referred to as “forever chemicals” and can be found throughout our environment as well as in our drinking water. Previously know as PFCs, they have b...

Arsenic is a chemical element with symbol As and atomic number 33. Arsenic occurs in many minerals, usually in combination with sulfur and metals, but also as a pure elemental crystal. Arsenic is a metalloid. It has various allotropes, but only the gray form is important to industry.
The primary use of metallic arsenic is in alloys of lead (for example, in car batteries and ammunition). Arsenic is a common n-type dopant in semiconductor electronic devices, and the optoelectronic compound gallium arsenide is the second most commonly used semiconductor after doped silicon. Arsenic and its compounds, especially the trioxide, are used in the production of pesticides, treated wood products, herbicides, and insecticides. These applications are declining, however
A few species of bacteria are able to use arsenic compounds as respiratory metabolites. Trace quantities of arsenic are an essential dietary element in rats, hamsters, goats, chickens, and presumably many other species, including humans.
Arsenic is notoriously poisonous to multicellular life. Arsenic trioxide compounds are widely used as pesticides, herbicides and insecticides. As a result, arsenic contamination of groundwater supplies is a problem that affects millions of people around the world.

Arsenate is a divalent anion with affinity for anion resins similar to but slightly lower than that of sulfate Arsenate can be exchanged by strong base anion exchange resins and then adsorbed into the iron hybrid adsorbent of ASM-10-HP.

Except for Gallium arsenide (used as a semiconductor), other arsenide compounds are generally only of academic interest. Gallium arsenide is an important semiconductor because it has much lower electrical resistance than silicon and therefore lower power use and less heat generation.

In most cases arsenite should be oxidized to arsenate so that it is converted to a form more easily removed. Oxidation can be accomplished with chlorine or with oxygen catalyzed by various redox medias.

ASM-10-HP

Media Sub Category Hybrid
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Application Arsenic Reduction
Silica Reduction

SBG2-HP

Media Sub Category Strong Base Anion
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Ionic Form Chloride
Application Trace Contaminants (U, Cr, As, Se, F, ClO₄, ClO₃)
Chromate Reduction

SBG1-HP

Media Sub Category Strong Base Anion
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Ionic Form Chloride
Application Trace Contaminants (U, Cr, As, Se, F, ClO₄, ClO₃)
Potable water
Nitrate Reduction

Arsenic Reduction

Sku

Cartridge Type Drop-In
Media Category Specialty Media
Application -

Strong base anion resin have good affinity for nitrate. The higher amines (triethylamine, tributylamine, etc.) have increased affinity for nitrate and decreased affinity for divalent ions such as sulfate, making them preferred for many applications.

SIR-100-HP

Media Sub Category Selective Exchanger
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Macroporous
Application Nitrate Reduction
Perchlorate Reduction

SBG2-HP

Media Sub Category Strong Base Anion
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Ionic Form Chloride
Application Trace Contaminants (U, Cr, As, Se, F, ClO₄, ClO₃)
Chromate Reduction

SBG1-HP

Media Sub Category Strong Base Anion
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Ionic Form Chloride
Application Trace Contaminants (U, Cr, As, Se, F, ClO₄, ClO₃)
Potable water
Nitrate Reduction

SIR-110-HP

Media Sub Category Selective Exchanger
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Application PFAS Removal
Nitrate Reduction
Perchlorate Reduction
Iodide Reduction
Pertechnetate Reduction

SBG1

Media Sub Category Strong Base Anion
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Ionic Form Chloride
Application Demineralization
Trace Contaminants (U, Cr, As, Se, F, ClO₄, ClO₃)
Nitrate Reduction
Sulfate Reduction

Nitrate Reduction

Sku

Cartridge Type Drop-In
Media Category Specialty Media
Application -

Nitrate Reduction

Sku

Cartridge Type Inline
Media Category Specialty Media
Application -

Naturally occurring organic matter (NOM) is readily removed by strong base anion resins. Acrylic strong base resins and styrenic resins with high porosity work better because they are easier to regenerate.

SBACR-MP-HP

Media Sub Category Strong Base Anion
Polymer Matrix Acrylic Macroporous
Ionic Form Chloride
Application Organic Reduction - Municipal

SBACR-HP

Media Sub Category Strong Base Anion
Polymer Matrix Acrylic Gel
Ionic Form Chloride
Application Organic Reduction - Municipal
Color Reduction - Municipal

SIR-22P-HP

Media Sub Category Selective Exchanger
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Application Organics Reduction

SBMP1

Media Sub Category Strong Base Anion
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Macroporous
Ionic Form Chloride
Application Demineralization
Radwaste Reduction

Perchlorate is a relatively weak oxidant, used as an oxygen source in rocket fuel. Perchlorate is also a contaminant in ammonium nitrate fertilizer. Although all strong base anion resin have high affinity for perchlorate, the higher amines (such as tributylamine) have exceptional affinity for perchlorate.

SIR-110-HP

Media Sub Category Selective Exchanger
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Application PFAS Removal
Nitrate Reduction
Perchlorate Reduction
Iodide Reduction
Pertechnetate Reduction

SIR-110-MP

Media Sub Category Selective Exchanger
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Macroporous
Application PFAS Removal
Nitrate Reduction
Perchlorate Reduction
Iodide Reduction
Pertechnetate Reduction

Radium is a chemical element with symbol Ra and atomic number 88. It is the sixth element in group 2 of the periodic table, also known as the alkaline earth metals. Pure radium is silvery-white, but it readily combines with nitrogen (rather than oxygen) on exposure to air, forming a black surface layer of radium nitride (Ra3N2). All isotopes of radium are highly radioactive, with the most stable isotope being radium-226, which has a half-life of 1600 years and decays into radon gas (specifically the isotope radon-222). When radium decays, ionizing radiation is a product, which can excite fluorescent chemicals and cause radioluminescence.
Radium is the daughter product of uranium decay and is heaviest alkaline earth metal. It was discovered in the form of radium chloride by Marie and Pierre Curie in 1898. They extracted the radium compound from uraninite and published the discovery at the French Academy of Sciences five days later. Radium was isolated in its metallic state by Marie Curie and André-Louis Debierne through the electrolysis of radium chloride in 1911.
It has the property of luminescence and was once used to make watch dials glow in the dark as well as for various quack products.

Radium forms a divalent cation in water and can be removed by water softening resins, along with other hardness ions. Except for the first exhaustion cycle, radium leakage occurs shortly after hardness leakage occurs, therefore the resin is used as an ordinary softener with brine regeneration at regular intervals.

The highly crosslinked macroporous cation resin have extended first cycle operation past hardness break and can be used in single use applications when hardness and TDS are not too high. RSM-50 has barium sulfate deposited in the pores of the resin. Radium is first exchanged and then transfer to the precipitant, allowing much higher loading and longer throughput.

RSM-25

Media Sub Category Selective Exchanger
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Macroporous
Application Loading Formula (Radiation)
Radium Reduction

RSM-50-HP

Media Sub Category Hybrid
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Macroporous
Application Radium Reduction

CG8

Media Sub Category Strong Acid Cation
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Ionic Form Sodium
Application Softening - Industrial
Demineralization
Iron Reduction
Ammonia Reduction

CG10

Media Sub Category Strong Acid Cation
Polymer Matrix Styrenic Gel
Ionic Form Sodium
Application Softening - Industrial
Demineralization
Softening - High Temperature

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