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The Difference Between Distilled and Demineralised Water

Distillation and demineralization are both forms of purifying water but they have different methods of achieving this purification. The two methods do produce different results and it is worth looking into both so that you are equipped with the knowledge of the differences between them. Distilled Water Distilled water simply refers to water that has […] ... Read More

Why doesn’t a pH Sensor display pH 7 in deionised or distilled water?

Have you ever wondered why you can’t get a consistent pH reading on your distilled or deionised water? Here is why… The electrodes of a pH meter will not give accurate values in pure water because distilled and deionised water do not have enough ions for the electrode to function accurately. The readings will most […] ... Read More

Distilled Vs Deionised Water: What is the difference?

The terms “distilled water” and “deionised water” are often misunderstood. Water Distillation Water evaporation/condensation is one of the oldest methods of producing pure water and is also known as the “Thermal Method”. The main drawback of this method is the very high cost of the electricity needed to convert the water into steam. In the […] ... Read More

How Long Does a Deionizer (DI) Cartridge Last?

How Long Does a Deionizer (DI) Cartridge Last? Deionization (DI) is a common form of purifying water. Mixed Bed Resin Filters are the most popular and far exceed the performance of older type of cartridges. The DI resin process purifies the water by passing water through two resins that have opposite charges to remove ionised […] ... Read More

The Importance of Maintaining and Monitoring Waterways

Without water, no life could exist, and many essential and nonessential human activities wouldn’t be possible without the use of healthy waterways. It is therefore the responsibility of us all to ensure that our local waterways, whether it be a creek, river, or lake are kept healthy and clean. Much like arteries or veins in […] ... Read More

The Responsibilities and Challenges of Wastewater and Water Treatment Laboratories

The prime function of a wastewater Laboratory facility is to ensure that all discharges from a control facility meet all appropriate Federal and Provincial standards.  The laboratory technicians and scientists have a purpose to exceed the governmental standards by monitoring pollutants to ensure the protection of the environment in a cost-effective manner. Through frequent analysis […] ... Read More

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