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News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances

What Is Activated Carbon?

What Is Activated Carbon?

You may have heard of activated carbon, but what is it and how is it used in water and wastewater treatment? Put simply, activated carbon is charcoal that has been treated to increase its adsorptive properties. Centuries ago, the ancient Hindus and Egyptians used...

What Is Tartaric Stabilization?

What Is Tartaric Stabilization?

Tartaric stabilization is a process used in beverage manufacturing. What does it do? And how does it do it? Winemakers use the process to help prevent the formation of tartrate crystals or "wine diamonds" in wine bottles. Although the crystals are tasteless, many...

Return Your Old TORNADO Lower-End for Credit

From today until November 30, customers can take advantage of Fluence's Core Exchange Program by returning their old TORNADO lower-ends for up to $750 credit per lower-end. The credit value is based on the quantity and quality of the reusable parts received. The customer is responsible for shipping the TORNADO to the Fluence factory in Minneapolis, MN, as well as freight charges. Please do not include the motor mount or the propeller with your return.

To get a return form, contact Josh Urbaniski from the Fluence Parts Department at [email protected].

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