Month: June 2018

Water Management

Water management

Water Management Recently my company installed an Oil Separator at one of the new facilities at Laem Chabang Port. This system was one of many I looked at from around the world. Once I started my research into these systems I was amazed at the ingenuity that had been applied

Drinking Water


One of my customers had a drinking water R O (Reverse Osmosis) system installed on his house in Pattaya, Thailand. The water was from a well and the TDS level (Total Dissolved solids) was at around 2000 ppm. This is way above the recommended ceiling of 500 ppm. It is

Water Quality

Water quality

Water quality is the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water. The primary bases for such characterisation are parameters which relate to potability, safety of human contact and for health of ecosystems. The vast majority of surface water on the planet is neither potable nor toxic. This remains true even

Swimming pools water

Swimming Pools / Water In previous articles I covered some basics on swimming pools water treatment and how I go about clearing up the supply into your house. Recently I have been monitoring some customer’s backwash water from P.O.E. “Pre House Filters” and what I have seen in Thailand is

Chemical Water Balance – Continued

Chemical water balance

Chemical water Balance Previously discussed adding acid to lower pH and consequently the TA, this has also altered the chemical composition of the water. In doing this you have forced the Calcium Chloride (Calcium Hardness) to begin a chemical binding process that will search for it’s chemical partner (Bicarb) in

Chemical Water Balance

Water balance

.Chemical water balance The chemistry of water balance water and the ability to manage it well, is one of the most important but least understood aspects of the Pool Management. There is a wrong perception among pool owners that as long as they have the correct amount of chlorine required.