In this episode of AMS Talks, Rick Bacon, CEO of AMS, speaks with Joshua Webster, water treatment operator for California American Water about the demonstration of SafeGuard™ H2O arsenic removal technology at the Isleton Water System. The demonstration at Isleton showed the effectiveness of SafeGuard™ H2O to mitigate total arsenic contamination in drinking water below 10 ppb, and its ability to deliver an affordable and reliable fully automated treatment process that does not require the use of bulk chemicals like conventional treatment approaches (e.g., coagulation/filtration).Watch the video.
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AMS CEO Rick Bacon invites water utilities and industry professionals to join AMS at the AWWA ACE22, scheduled June 12-15, 2022 in San Antonio Texas. AMS will showcase its innovative SafeGuard™ H2O in-situ reagent generation water treatment solution at the Innovation Hub, booth #22079. This unique treatment approach offers facilities an affordable, non-hazardous and environmentally sustainable solution to remove inorganic and trace metal contaminants.Watch the video.
THM levels in a water treatment system can change rapidly and are highly influenced by changes in raw quality and water age. Without real-time and high-density actual and predictive data on THMs across their networks, water treatment systems face the risks of under-treating their water or incurring substantial costs as a result of over-treatment. When integrated into a disinfection byproduct (DPB) control strategy, the AMS online THM analyzers (THM-100™, THM-100™ FP, THM-RR™) serve as an essential solution to facilitate regulatory compliance with THM standards.Read the brochure.
British Petroleum (BP) replaced one of its existing Tytronics online fluoride analyzers at the Castellón refinery in Spain with the online Instran™ Fluoride analyzer. Monitoring fluoride levels in real-time with a reliable and accurate online water quality analyzer is integral to maintaining safety of the alkylation zone and overall refinery. Since its installation in January 2022, the Instran analyzer has been operating continuously and has met the facility’s needs to monitor fluoride levels in real-time within the alkylation zone.Read the case study.
SafeGuard™ H2O is an innovative arsenic treatment approach that generates a ferrous ion reagent in-situ via an electrolytic process to address arsenic contamination effectively and economically. The demonstration of SafeGuard™ H2O at California American Water’s Isleton Water System proved the effectiveness of the technology to mitigate total arsenic contamination in drinking water below 10 ppb, and its ability to deliver an affordable and reliable fully automated treatment process that does not require the use of bulk chemicals like conventional treatment approaches.Read the case study.
California American Water’s Isleton Water System underwent an evaluation of SafeGuard™ H2O, an intelligent arsenic remediation system manufactured by AMS. This innovative technology generates a ferrous ion reagent in-situ via an electrolytic process to address arsenic contamination. The objective of the project was to demonstrate the ability of the electrogenerated ferrous reagent produced on demand by the SafeGuard™ H2O system to remove arsenic from unchlorinated well water reliably and effectively. The SafeGuard™ H2O system consistently treated arsenic below 10 ppb and the technology’s modular design can be easily integrated with the facility’s existing coagulation/filtration system; replacing the use of liquid ferric chloride and providing the facility with operational and capital savings.Read the full article.
AMS CEO Rick Bacon and Sr. Product Manager Vladimir Dozortsev, Ph.D., discuss the SafeGuard™ H2O in-situ reagent generation technology, which is designed to effectively and economically treat a wide range of contaminants found in drinking water and wastewater, including phosphate. SafeGuard™ H2O offers facilities an affordable, non-hazardous and environmentally sustainable solution to address trace metal and inorganic contaminants. Watch now to learn more about the SafeGuard™ H2O in-situ reagent generation process and its operational advantages over bulk chemical and electrocoagulation.Watch the video.
AMS offers a range of fully automated online water quality instruments that monitor inorganic and trace metal contaminants in real-time. Our mission-critical instruments have an unmatched reputation for accuracy and reliability. AMS’ monitoring solutions are used to reduce material and energy use, minimize lifetime costs and limit their carbon footprint. When integrated into a drinking, process or wastewater remediation control strategy, the Instran™, MetalGuard™, SafeGuard™, SafeGuard™ Pro, and THM-100™ products serve as an essential element to ensure removal of trace metal and inorganic contaminants.Read the brochure.
Looking to achieve phosphate removal without any of the process limitations found in bulk chemicals or electrocoagulation? Watch AMS CEO Rick Bacon’s insightful presentation on AMS’ SafeGuard™ H2O in-situ reagent generation technology which offers a disruptive innovation for facilities looking to manage phosphate in a cost-effective, environmentally sustainable and carbon neutral manner.Watch the video.
Moving and treating water and wastewater are energy-intensive processes that result in considerable greenhouse gas emissions and ultimately contribute to climate change. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is key to preventing the detrimental effects of climate change on the environment, water availability and human health. Improving energy efficiency is an essential part of keeping carbon emissions under control; spurring continuous upgrades to water and wastewater treatment processes that reduce the amount of energy, chemicals and other resources used. By investing in online and predictive analytical solutions, along with advanced intelligent treatment solutions, the global water treatment industry can achieve cost efficiency and carbon neutrality.Read the full article.