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July 2005: Volume 47, Number 7

Testing for Chloramine Reduction Requires In-Place Chloramine Formation
by Rick Andrew

Chlorine has been safely used in the United States since the 1800s for drinking water disinfection, to protect the public against diseases which are caused by bacteria, viruses and microbiological cysts. Chloramines, monochloramine in particular, have also been used as a disinfectant in public water supplies for more than 70 years...

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For earlier columns in this category, click on the link below or hit the 'List All' button.
Certification of Activated Carbon and Products Containing Activated Carbon  June 2005
Ultraviolet Water Disinfection -- It’s All About the Dose  May 2005
Contaminant Reduction Claims on Reverse Osmosis System Post-Filters  April 2005
Efficient Certification with Product Bracketing  March 2005
Conformance to the NSF/ANSI DWTU Standards of Complete Systems Versus Components  February 2005
Cyst Reduction, Turbidity Reduction, Nominal Particulate Reduction, Class I  January 2005
A New Standard for Shower Filters  December 2004
Water Treatment Technologies: A Bottled Water Perspective  November 2004
Minimum Performance Requirements, Minimum Service Flow: Requirements that must not be minimized!  October 2004
Refrigerator Filters—Unique Products, Unique Certification  September 2004
Softener Certification -- Standard 44 Capacity Testing  August 2004
Structural Integrity and the DWTU Standards  July 2004