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SafeGuard™ H2O In-situ Reagent Generation Technology and Carbon Footprint Reduction

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.

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Technology Overview: SafeGuard™ H2O In-situ Reagent Generation

SafeGuard™ H2O is an advanced on-site, on-demand, automated non-toxic reagent generation system that is advancing the treatment of inorganic and trace metal contaminants and supporting carbon reduction targets by replacing the need to deliver and handle toxic bulk chemicals to treatment plants. The technology helps to remove a wide range of heavy metals and nutrients from water and wastewater as well as inhibit lead, copper and iron corrosion in water transport systems. The novel in-situ process produces reagents at a cost demonstrated to be significantly below that of the same reagents delivered in bulk form. On-site reagent generation is an affordable, non-hazardous and environmentally sustainable solution — providing a 60% cost savings and a rapid return on investment.

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Disruptive Innovation in Phosphate Removal

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.

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SafeGuard™ H2O In-Situ Ferrous/Ferric Generation System for Phosphate Removal

SafeGuard™ H2O is a fully automated in-situ ferrous/ferric generation system that provides utilities, large to small, with an affordable, non-hazardous and environmentally sustainable solution for phosphate removal. On-site reagent generation delivers 60% cost savings and rapid ROI. This novel technology, poised to displace toxic bulk chemicals, uses a certified iron precursor and an in-situ electrolytic generator to create a ferrous/ferric reagent onsite and on demand. The SafeGuard H2O process is simple, effective and carbon neutral.

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Instran™ Nitrate Analyzer

The Instran™ nitrate analyzer provides rapid, real-time, multi-stream reliable analysis of nitrate in both drinking water and wastewater treatment plants. The online analyzer provides high frequency data on nitrate levels in nine minutes with sensitivity down to 0.01 ppm.

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Instran™ Free Ammonia Analyzer

The Instran™ free ammonia analyzer provides rapid, real-time, multi-stream reliable analysis of free ammonia in both drinking water and wastewater treatment plants. The online analyzer provides high frequency data on free ammonia levels in nine minutes with sensitivity down to 0.01 ppm.

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AMS Talks: The Value of Data to Aeration and THM Removal

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.

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Research Shows That AMS’ Online THM Monitoring Technology Is a Viable Method to Accurately Predict THM Precursor Content and Network THM Levels

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.

 

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Technology Overview- Effective Management of Corrosion and Biofilm in Cooling and Heating Systems with SafeGuard™ H2O

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.

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AMS Talks: The Value of Data to Aigües de Barcelona

The AMS Talks Value of Data video series features interviews with industry thought leaders who share their views on the role and impact of real-time water quality data on water and wastewater treatment processes. In this episode, AMS CEO Rick Bacon is joined by Miquel Paraira Faus, Water Quality Director at Aigües de Barcelona to discuss how online THM analyzers assisted in the control of distribution water operations, resulting in improved quality of drinking water to more than 3 million people across the Barcelona metropolitan area.
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