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Poly Processing Company Tech Talk Podcast
20 minutes | Jan 23, 2020
Peracetic Acid (PAA)
In this episode of Tech Talk we discuss Peracetic Acid (PAA). Phil Harvey, Vice President of Operations and Jane Smith, Director of Marketing join us from Enviro Tech and impart a great deal of knowledge regarding Peracetic Acid. A few of the questions that were discussed in this episode were: What is PAA? How does PAA disinfection work? What are some applications of PAA? What is the shelf life of PAA? Is PAA available in various concentrations? What are the typical concentrations used in the marketplace? Do PAA products have an odor? Is PAA affected by UV or heat? How is PAA delivered? What materials are incompatible with PAA? What materials (tanks, anti-oxidant systems, fittings, gaskets, vents, scrubbers) are compatible with PAA? And more! Our Tech Talk Podcasts can be found on iTunes, Google Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, and YouTube. Look for Poly Processing Company Tech Talk. Poly Processing’s chemical position statement on Peracetic Acid will be available very soon. Check www.polyprocessing.com for it in the near future. Please contact our customer support team at 800-523-9871 or email@example.com for more information. For information about Enviro Tech Chemical Services and the many products they manufacture visit their website at www.envirotech.com
18 minutes | Jan 14, 2020
The Latest Advances in Removing PFAS from Water
In this episode of Tech Talk , Katie Wolohan with Barr Engineering joins Marshall Lampson and Bob Molitsky to discuss PFAS. Here are a few of the questions that were discussed: • What are PFAS? • What are the main sources of exposure to PFAS? • How does PFAS get into drinking water? • What is EPA doing about groundwater cleanup • Are PFAS a national issue? • What makes PFAS unique and challenging to treat? • Common ways to treat PFAS contaminated water? • How are chemical storage tanks used in treatment systems? • Who can I contract with to design a PFAS removal system? About Katie: Katie Wolohan has more than seven years of environmental consulting experience and assists clients with industrial and municipal water and wastewater treatment, water reuse, and environmental compliance and permitting. She works with clients to navigate water and wastewater treatment challenges and options from conceptual design and bench and pilot testing through full-scale system start-up. Katie has assisted with the evaluation, design, and implementation of several water treatment systems, including a specialized acid-recovery ion-exchange system, an advanced oxidation process system for the removal of 1,4-dioxane from drinking water, and multiple per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) treatment systems.
28 minutes | Jan 14, 2020
In this episode of Tech Talk we answer some of the often asked questions regarding PPC seismic systems. Some of the discussion includes: What is a seismic restraint system How do I evaluate the earthquake risk of my tank Are wind restraints separate from earthquake restraints What comes with a restraint system What is the correct spacing between clip and tank (1”)What is the typical coating of the restraint system …options Does PPC provide anchor bolts in a variety of materials Why do we need the complete physical address to determine what system to use for the restraint Does PPC use a 3rd party engineer to perform calculations What code is the seismic system from What determines a customer’s need or requirement to have a seismic restraint system? Who dictates that? Is it the county or the state, etc… What is the difference between wet stamped calcs and non wet stamped calcs When does the code change next
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