Posts in the Water Information Category

July Tech of the Month

Congratulations to Jared Nicholson, our July Technician of the Month! Jared is with Plumbing Plus in California. Jared has been in the plumbing industry for 6 years and 21 years in the construction industry. Jared finds most of his calls include working on or installing tankless water heaters. He uses this opportunity to explain the […]


COMPARING FLOW-TECH TO OTHERS IS LIKE COMPARING A BAG PHONE TO AN IPHONE Unlike all other chemical and physical water treatment systems on the market, Flow-Tech has invented a proprietary means of treating all of the water throughout your plumbing system — whether the water is moving or not. Magnets, coils and TAC are inconsistent […]

Who’s Buying Into Water Treatment?

If your company offers water treatment as an option to your customers, you should be sure you’re familiar with the eco-friendly benefits of your products.  While it is true that anyone on city water has a need for a filtration system, we know only certain customers are going to see enough value in the system […]

Sustainable Water Infrastructure

“ As a nation, we have invested billions of dollars over the years to build an extensive network of drinking water, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure to provide the public with safe and clean water. While some of that infrastructure is now 100 years old or older, much of our network of water treatment plants, distribution […]

Hardness In Drinking Water

“ Studies have shown that elevated levels of sodium in drinking water may have an adverse affect on health. Persons who suffer from high blood pressure or are on a sodium restricted diet should not drink water containing greater than 20 mg/l of sodium without first checking with a physician. A simple solution to the […]

Water Supply In The United States

“Water covers approximately 70 percent of the Earth’s surface, but less than 1 percent of that is available for human use. The world must share this small amount for agricultural, domestic, commercial, industrial, and environmental needs. Across the globe, water consumption has tripled in the last 50 years. Managing the supply and availability of water […]

Keep Tap Water Safe

“Drinking water disinfection is among the most important technological advances of humanity, yet like every major historic development it has a downside. Today, we run the risk of over-ingesting the disinfection chemicals used in public water treatment, along with their dangerous disinfection bi-products. It’s a bummer to know what’s really in our water – everything […]

Chloramines May Raise Your Water’s Level of Toxic Unregulated Disinfection Byproducts

“More than one in five Americans are drinking tap water that’s been treated with a derivative of chlorine known as chloramine. This disinfectant is formed by mixing chlorine with ammonia. Chloramine is a less effective disinfectant than chlorine, but it is longer lasting and stays in the water system as it moves through the pipes […]