CLEAN WATER

Diminishing access to clean water is one of the most serious risks facing the world today. Water is a key component in industry processing around the globe. Without water, industries, manufacturing markets, food markets and other markets will suffer. That is why we work hard to help maintenance personnel, market managers, and water technicians save water through more effective water treatment and water management services.

WATER DEMANDS IN PROCESSING

Cooling Towers, Heating water systems, loop water systems, RO / NF systems and Wastewater systems all use water as the medium of choice. Due to its relatively low cost when compared to other suitable choices, and the high heat transfer rates water makes available.

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CLEANER HVAC WATER

Our job is not only to reduce energy and water usage on water treatment sites. It is to provide our clients with cleaner water. This accomplishes cleaner water running through their water equipment which in turn increases ROI, protection of company assets, and reduces energy,gas and water usage.

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INCREASING CYCLES OF CONCENTRATION

Cooling towers benefit tremendously from increased Cycles of Concentration. Blowing cooling towers down is only beneficial when the water becomes too dirty to continue using. Reducing blowdowns will save money, time, energy and water within your plant.

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Save water, energy and gas usage:

Water consumption and conservation have become front-page news in recent months, and building owners and plumbing engineers are frequently being tasked with doing everything they can to conserve water in commercial buildings. You may have heard the statement, “water is the next energy crisis.” When considering recent events such as the California droughts, water shortages in developing countries, mandatory cuts focused on reducing water use, and efforts to conserve fresh water supplies, it makes you realize that there may just be something to that statement.

An increased stress on available supplies coupled with increased sanctions on water consumption has continued to thrust water toward the top of the list of resources to be conserved. Building owners and managers are increasingly focused on reducing their buildings’ water footprints in an effort to not just meet present and future restrictions, but also to conserve precious water supplies for future generations. The ideas outlined here establish a good starting point for designers, engineers, and anyone involved in the building industry to reduce, conserve, and track water for generations to come.

As we saw with plumbing systems, HVAC systems in certain building types can potentially account for upwards of 30% of the building’s total water consumption. Specialized facilities have the potential to consume significantly more water. Careful consideration and focused selection of HVAC systems can offer significant water savings. Water treatment programs, chemicals used and equipment onsite plays the biggest role.

CONSERVE MORE WATER IN YOUR HVAC PROCESSES