PEIDE is speciallized in water filters,chemical dosing system,uv sterilizers,pump controlled pressurisation system and so on.We are pleasure to share all kinds of professional knowledge for everyone in water treatment industry.We will introduce the knowledge of flange as below,such as material,type,function and so on. Continue reading “The intro of flange” »
LightSources, Inc. is one of the most competitive ultraviolet manufacturers in European and American markets.It was established in 1983, the headquarters is located in Connecticut,which has a strong R & D team and international top experts. The advantage of UVC germicidal lamps which produced by LightSources are high strength,light decay,long life,etc.It always keep a leader in the UV light industry around the world.LightSources, Inc. is specialized in industry,civil,Municipal landscape and so on.It is very popular with the Chinese market.It is widely used in many industries in China.The bactericidal effect and life of germicidal products obviously better than others. Continue reading “Warmly celebrate PEIDE was authorized as a OEM partner for LightSources germicidal lamps in China Mainland in 2016” »
PEIDE is specialized in production of descaling algae fungicidal equipments,circulating cooling water treatment equipments,circulating chilled water treatment equipments,HVAC water treatment equipments,circulating water filtration equipments,circulating water chemical dosing systems,central air-conditioning circulating water treatment equipments,etc.It is a high-tech entity of design,manufacture,installation,debugging,technology development and fittings sale.We supply complete sets of equipments for circulating water treatment system and HVAC water system. PEIDE has more than 20 independent intellectual property rights and passed ISO9001 international quality management system certification,TUV Rheinland certification,SGS certification,Bureau Veritas certification and CE certification. Continue reading “The workshops of PEIDE-Professional HVAC Water Treatment Equipments Manufacturer” »
A lot of customers haven’t know how to select a diaphragm pressure tank when they are purchasing the constant pressure water supply device.How to calculate pressure and volume of the diaphragm pressure tank ?Please read the details as below.If you have any problems,please contact us. Continue reading “How to select diaphragm pressure tank” »
Peide Water Treatment Equipment Co.,LTD is specialized in circulating water treatment.It is a high-tech entity of design,manufacture,installation,debugging,technology development and fittings sale.We supply UV sterilizers,water filters,chemical dosing system,vacuum deaerator,condenser tube cleaning system and so on.We can provide complete sets of equipment of circulating water treatment.PEIDE has more than 20 independent intellectual property rights and passed ISO9001 international quality management system certification,TUV Rheinland certification,SGS certification,Bureau Veritas certification and CE certification.Our after-sales department will track and solve the problems from the users.We also provide fitting supplies which are complete,reliable and reasonably priced.PEIDE is the preferred partner for distributors,design institutes and construction units. Continue reading “The workshops of PEIDE-Water Treatment Equipment Manufacturer” »
Water filters are used by hikers, aid organizations during humanitarian emergencies, and the military. These filters are usually small, portable and lightweight (1-2 pounds/0.5-1.0 kg or less), and usually filter water by working a mechanical hand pump, although some use a siphon drip system to force water through while others are built into water bottles. Dirty water is pumped via a screen-filtered flexible silicon tube through a specialized filter, ending up in a container. These filters work to remove bacteria, protozoa and microbial cysts that can cause disease. Filters may have fine meshes that must be replaced or cleaned, and ceramic water filters must have their outside abraded when they have become clogged with impurities. Continue reading “The intro of portable water filters” »
Purification of water may refer to any of the following.
Water purification, the large scale production of clean water for supply to consumer taps and industry.
Distilled water, the use of distillation to remove contaminants from water.
Portable water purification, techniques for use in emergencies or away from conventional sources of clean water.
Water filter, devices used for small scale quality improvement, often in domestic situations. Continue reading “The purification of water” »
Reclaimed water or recycled water, is former wastewater (sewage) that is treated to remove solids and impurities, and used in sustainable landscaping irrigation, to recharge groundwater aquifers, to meet commercial and industrial water needs, and for drinking. The purpose of these processes is water conservation and sustainability, rather than discharging the treated water to surface waters such as rivers and oceans. In some cases, recycled water can be used for streamflow augmentation to benefit ecosystems and improve aesthetics.One example of this is along Calera Creek in the City of Pacifica, CA. Continue reading “The brief of reclaimed water” »
In terms of water treatment, including water purification and sewage treatment, backwashing refers to pumping water backwards through the filters media, sometimes including intermittent use of compressed air during the process. Backwashing is a form of preventive maintenance so that the filter media can be reused. In water treatment plants, backwashing can be an automated process that is run by local programmable logic controllers (PLCs). The backwash cycle is triggered after a set time interval, when the filter effluent turbidity is greater than a treatment guideline or when the differential pressure (head loss) across the filter exceeds a set value. Continue reading “Backwashing in water treatment” »
Germicidal UV for disinfection is most typically generated by a mercury-vapor lamp. Low-pressure mercury vapor has a strong emission line at 254 nm, which is within the range of wavelengths that demonstrate strong disinfection effect. The optimal wavelengths for disinfection are close to 260 nm. Continue reading “The UV lamps for water treatment” »
All of these methods are used extensively in the water industry throughout the world. The first three in the list above require the use of flocculant chemicals to work effectively. Slow sand filters can produce very high quality water free from pathogens, taste and odour without the need for chemical aids. Continue reading “Sand filters used in water treatment” »
Two of the main processes of industrial water treatment are boiler water treatment and cooling water treatment. A lack of proper water treatment can lead to the reaction of solids and bacteria within pipe work and boiler housing. Steam boilers can suffer from scale or corrosion when left untreated. Scale deposits can lead to weak and dangerous machinery, while additional fuel is required to heat the same level of water because of the rise in thermal resistance. Poor quality dirty water can become a breeding ground for bacteria such as Legionella causing a risk to public health. Continue reading “The intro of industrial water and wastewater treatment” »
During the 19th and 20th centuries, water filters for domestic water production were generally divided into slow sand filters and rapid sand filters (also called mechanical filters and American filters). While there were many small-scale water filtration systems prior to 1800, Paisley, Scotland is generally acknowledged as the first city to receive filtered water for an entire town. The Paisley filter began operation in 1804 and was an early type of slow sand filter. Throughout the 1800s, hundreds of slow sand filters were constructed in the UK and on the European continent. An intermittent slow sand filter was constructed and operated at Lawrence, Massachusetts in 1893 due to continuing typhoid fever epidemics caused by sewage contamination of the water supply.The first continuously operating slow sand filter was designed by Allen Hazen for the city of Albany, New York in 1897. The most comprehensive history of water filtration was published by Moses N. Baker in 1948 and reprinted in 1981. Continue reading “The history of water filter” »
The strength of magnetic field, the magnetic effect way, magnetic effect of time, velocity and solution properties (conductance, PH value, alkalinity, ion type, etc.) and so on all can affect the effect of magnetic treatment scale prevention. Continue reading “Influence of magnetization treatment effect factors have?” »
The water contains excessive amounts of iron and manganese, unfavorable to life drinking and industrial production, the water quality situation mostly happened in underground water. Continue reading “How to remove the iron and manganese in water?” »
While the Energy Center usually tries to avoid the use of acronyms, HVAC is in common use in the heating and cooling industry. It stands for “heating, ventilation and air conditioning,” three functions often combined into one system in today’s modern homes and buildings. Warmed or cooled or dehumidified air flows through a series of tubes – called ducts – to be distributed to all the rooms of your house. A central HVAC system is the most quiet and convenient way to cool an entire home. Continue reading “What does HVAC mean?” »
UV-C disinfection technology of bacteria and virus,and other disease-causing disinfection effect have been recognized by the world.UV-C water disinfection technology has the following has the following obvious advantages. Continue reading “Advantages of Modern UV-C Disinfection Technology” »
On earth all known forms of life are based on DNA and RNA as reproduction and remains.
DNA and RNA are all at 4 chemicals units.
A-Adenine ,T-Thymine, C-Cytosine, G-Guanine Continue reading “The principle of UV disinfection” »
Cooling system of pipe produce dirt, make cooling water heat transfer hindered, affects the cooling effect; Produce corrosion, affects the service life. Continue reading “Cooling water system of dirt what harm?” »