SafeGuard™ H2O THM is an intelligent spray aeration system for real-time THM monitoring and control. SafeGuard H2O is a fully automated and consistently reliable THM treatment system that incorporates online, continuous, real-time THM monitoring with active spray aeration to bring utilities a highly accurate and cost-effective solution to meet DBP regulatory compliance and ensure public safety. SafeGuard H2O is the only THM treatment system to guarantee up to an 80% reduction along with affordable operation for the control of THMs and the ability to understand, in real-time, THM and THM Formation Potential (THM-FP) levels.Read the brochure.
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In this episode of AMS Talks, Value of Data series, Rick Bacon, CEO of AMS, and Bryan Galvin, President of B&V Enterprises, discuss the challenges and opportunities in managing trihalomethanes (THMs) in drinking water systems and the role of real-time and predicative THM data in designing and operating a highly effective and cost-efficient aeration system. Learn about the operational and process benefits that can be achieved by implementing real-time online THM monitors, such as the AMS online THM-100™ analyzer, into your disinfection byproduct mitigation strategy.Watch the video.
Southsea STS, a U.K.-based technical services company specializing in water quality, has a history of embracing and implementing new technologies and ideas to support compliance and control in buildings. Recently, Southsea has been evaluating new technologies for corrosion management as part of a pilot program with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) in the UK. Richard Lawson, Director for Southsea STS, gives a behind the scenes look of the pilot project on the use of AMS’ SafeGuard™ H2O stannous generator to provide corrosion inhibition water treatment for closed-loop heating and cooling systems. Current corrosion inhibitors are relatively expensive, potentially toxic to handle, and can have difficulty meeting requirements imposed for disposal. The SafeGuard™ H2O stannous-based solution can help organizations better manage corrosion and ensure compliance.Watch the video.
A research project collaboration between the Water and Energy Technology Center at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, Ma., and AMS tested a novel method for near real-time analysis of disinfection byproduct precursors and natural organic matter properties in water supplies. AMS’ online THM and THM Formation Potential monitoring technology was shown to be a viable method to accurately predict THM precursor content and network THM levels. The collaboration was funded by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center.
Many industries, hospitals, institutions, and buildings are faced with the inevitable task of managing corrosion and biofilm in their cooling and heating systems. With the SafeGuard™ H2O intelligent corrosion management system these facilities can extend their useful life, reduce maintenance expenditures and foster sustainability. SafeGuard H2O is an innovative electrochemical water treatment solution developed by AMS. A non-toxic and environmentally safe stannous reagent is generated on-site using only tin and electricity and is delivered in a tightly controlled dose. This all-in-one reagent acts as both a biocide and a corrosion inhibitor. The fully integrated and online SafeGuard H2O treatment approach eliminates the pitfalls of conventional corrosion and biofilm management systems and aids in the delivery of an affordable and reliable process.Read the brochure.
Robyn Snow, Ph.D., has joined the AMS team as a research scientist. In this role, Snow will be contributing to AMS’ efforts to develop innovative treatment and analytical technologies for contaminants of concern to public and environmental health. She will be instrumental in the deployment of AMS’ advanced intelligent water treatment system, SafeGuard™ H2O, across a multitude of applications to treat drinking water and wastewater for a broad range of waterborne contaminants as well as corrosion risk control and management.Read the press release.
AMS continues to track the progress of COVID-19 and take actions to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients and vendors by guarding against workplace-based transmission. In this update to our COVID-19 action plan, our policy remains one of minimizing the risk of our employees becoming agents of transmission while also protecting their health and that of those with whom they come into contact while at work and outside the workplace.Read the news article.
In this episode of AMS Talks, Rick Bacon, CEO of Aqua Metrology Systems, and Richard Lawson, Director of Southsea STS, discuss the “Value of Data for Corrosion Control.” Lawson addresses the challenges associated with managing corrosion in buildings and the value of data-driven solutions to better manage and control these water systems and ensure compliance.Watch the video.
AMS has been selected to the Advanced Fuel Cycle Programme (AFCP) and Game Changers cross-sector solutions challenge for the treatment of nitrogen oxides (NOx) from nuclear fuel recycling off-gases to minimize the environmental impact of recycling operations. AFCP is led in partnership with the U.K. Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) who are collaborating with leading industrial, academic and research institutions to investigate the role of advanced nuclear fuels and fuel cycles for a Net Zero greenhouse gas emission future. AMS has been awarded funding to complete feasibility studies based on its unique SafeGuard™ H2O fully automated, on-demand, in-situ generator of stannous and tin dioxide. AMS will be demonstrating the power of tin to secure a clean energy future for all.Read the news article.