Monthly Archive: octobre 2018

Cryptosporidium doesn’t care about your filter’s 1µm label

  Cryptosporidium oocyst are typically between 3µm and 6µm in size. Common sense would suggest that a 1µm rated filter would filter out all cryptosporidium oocysts from the source – since they’re larger than the filter’s pore size – providing clean, potable water at the outlet. However, that unfortunately is not the case. What does the 1µm rating mean? It is a popular misconception that the filters are rated by measuring the size of the …

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This entry was posted on 29th Oct 2018

Amazon Filters and Britvic Strengthen Working Partnership

Amazon Filters has received a supply chain contract renewal from leading soft drinks company – Britvic. Having partnered with Amazon Filters for nearly a decade, trust in the company’s understanding and knowledge of their beverage filtration processes were key to Britvic renewing this longstanding contract. Britvic has used Amazon’s filtration products across the majority of its plant operations, and at every stage of the beverage filtration process to ensure its portfolio of internationally renowned soft …

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This entry was posted on 29th Oct 2018

Tackling Water Turbidity

Turbidity is one of the critical measures of water quality and is used by both water supply companies and industry regulators to ensure the water clarity is acceptable to the consumers. European Water Quality Directives, the World Health Organisation and the Drinking Water Inspectorate in the UK specify what is required to ensure the water supplied is ‘wholesome’ and turbidity limits are typically set at <1 NTU (Nephelometric Turbidity Units) and often set at <0.5NTU …

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This entry was posted on 16th Oct 2018

Reliable Methods Of Chlorine Removal

Let’s explore the different methods adopted when challenged with providing reliable chlorine removal solutions for public water supply. De-Chlorination – Treatment There will be occasions when water destined for public water supply, that has already been treated with chlorine, will have to be released back into the local water-course. Occasions such as filter backwash water, lagoon discharges, raw water, and treated water that cannot be put into supply (such as during treatment start-up or out …

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This entry was posted on 10th Oct 2018

Influential Investor Business Growth Fund Backs Amazon Filters

Amazon Filters is pleased to announce that they have received a significant investment from Business Growth Fund (BGF). This support will be used to continue its organic growth and to further expand the distribution network.  Employing over 200 staff across its facilities in the UK, Poland and Germany, Amazon Filters has become a preferred supply in a highly regulated market due to its high levels of customer service, broad client base and technical expertise. Founded …

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This entry was posted on 3rd Oct 2018