SOLUTIONS FOR INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL WATER PROBLEMS
  • 1101 Industrial Blvd Louisville, KY 40219

Objectives and Strategies

Objective #1 – Minimize Scaling

  • Cooling Towers
    • Control of Water Parameters
    • Chemical Treatment
    • Soften Water (where applicable) – Water Quality Improvement
  • Steam Boilers
    • Water Softener
    • Reverse Osmosis (where applicable) – Water Quality Improvement
    • Chemical Treatment
    • Control of Water Parameters
  • Closed Loops
    • Minimize Makeup

Objective #2 – Minimize Corrosion

  • Cooling Towers
    • Chemical Treatment
    • Control Fouling & Contamination
    • Control Biogrowth
    • Filtration – (Removal of contamination) – Water Quality Improvement
  • Steam Boilers
    • Chemical Treatment
    • Control of Water Parameters
    • Proper Deaeration
  • Closed Loops
    • Chemical Treatment
    • Control of Water Parameters

Objective #3 – Minimize Biological Contamination

  • Cooling Towers
    • Chemical Treatment
    • Filtration (Removal of Nutrients) – Water Quality Improvement
    • Monitor Bacteria Levels, Legionella Levels
  • Steam Boilers
    • Not applicable
  • Closed Loops
    • Monitor Bacteria Levels
    • Chemical Treatment (where applicable)

Objective #4 – Minimize Fouling

  • Cooling Towers
    • Filtration (Removal of Contamination) Water Quality Improvement
    • Control Scaling, Corrosion, and Biological Growth
    • Chemical Treatment
  • Steam Boilers
    • Chemical Treatment
    • Filtration of Condensate – (where applicable) Water Quality Improvement
  • Closed Loops
    • Filtration – Water Quality Improvement

Objective #5 – Maximize the “Return on Investment” in the Water Treatment Program

  • Prevent down-time due to water problems.
  • Prolong the life of the mechanical systems.
  • Provide knowledge and training to personnel.
  • Increase efficiency of heat transfer rates.
  • Reduce, Recycle, Reuse
  • Minimize water usage
  • Minimize waste
  • Minimize energy use
  • Minimize toxicity
  • Minimize chemical usage

Glycols? This has been a tough winter for cooling and heating systems.  Now is the time to plan on adding glycol if your systems are low.  A minimum of 20% is what we recommend. This reduces the chances of biological degradation and freeze damage.