Swimming Pool Water Balance

. Swimming Pool Water Balance Over the next few issues “Steve Johnson” the Managing Director of “WET” Water Engineered Technologies (Thailand) will be writing about swimming pools & water issues in general. Steve has extensive experience in the Commercial & Domestic Swimming Pool & Water Filtration areas. The chemistry of

Acid Rain

Acid rain

Acid Rain The term Acid rain or more accurately acid precipitation is commonly used to mean the deposition of acidic components in rain, snow, dew, or dry particles. Acid rain occurs when sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides are emitted into the atmosphere, undergo chemical transformations, and are absorbed by water

Water Project

1Monestary & School - Water Project

Water project – “Drinking Water” Lately I have had the pleasure of starting a water project at a Monastery & school in Chantebury a couple of hours south of Pattaya. At the same time I inspected 4 schools in the area with the intention of doing the same. This is

Safe Drinking Water

Safe Drinking water

Safe Drinking Water Safe Drinking Water is water that is intended to be ingested by humans. Water of sufficient quality to serve as drinking water is termed potable water whether it is used as such or not. Although many sources are utilised by humans, some contain disease vectors or pathogens

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

Water-Filters-

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

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