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With the tightening of EPA standards for water quality in recent years, the need for more accurate methods of sampling, testing, and analyzing particulate matter in drinking water has arisen. This one-of-a-kind reference is the first book to address the latest technologies, equipment, and procedures for performing particle counting in water treatment and delivery systems. The author evaluates the existing systems, and presents criteria for selecting those that are most appropriate for particular applications. The book offers insight into every area of particle counting for system designers and treatment operators, and includes the following features:
- Basic principles of operation;
- Application in the treatment process; and
- Fundamentals of installation, operation, maintenance, data collection and handling, equipment calibration, and system integration.
This is a Clearance publication – Original price is $79.95
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