Technical publication pamphlet providing information regarding the Wallace & Tiernan Co., Inc. manual control chlorinator apparatus. Discusses the sterilization of water by chlorination and the advantages of using liquid chlorine for this purpose. The majority of the publication describes the mechanical construction and technical specifications of the control chlorinator apparatus. Includes diagrams of the apparatus and a photographic print. The work is digitized in its entirety.
Wallace & Tiernan, Inc., now Evoqua Water Technologies, was founded in 1911 by Charles F. Wallace and Martin F. Tiernan in New York City, New York specializing in the chlorine feeder equipment industry.
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Wallace & Tiernan Company. “Water Purification by Liquid Chlorine for Small Communities.” New York (State): Wallace & Tiernan Company, 1917. TD468 .W35 1917. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/k64mxav.
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