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WATER TREATMENT TYPES
For all applications, not all water treatment methods are appropriate. We are looking at the equipment, the system, the local environment, and the existing water and make treatment recommendations. Keeping your water pure results in less scale, makeup water, biologicals and overall less money going down the drain.
In process and potable water systems, chemical treatment typically involves putting an additive, Chlorine, into the water to kill micro-organisms.
Therefore, certain precautions need to be put in place to avoid the risk of injury to staff on-site. Eyewash stations, showers, protocols of hazards and regular inspections of safety are required.
That said, the right combination of chemicals will reduce the system's bacteria and scaling.
KEY BENEFITS: Low initial cost, proven technology.
Physical treatment of water uses physics to remove water from bacteria, scale and biologicals. Usually, for the desired results, a low-voltage electrical signal is pulsed through the liquid.
There is no need for eyewash stations, showers or hazard protocols. Organizations such as Google, Whole-foods, and ABInBev are effectively using chemical-free treatment to treat process water.
KEY BENEFITS: No ongoing chemicals to buy, less blow-down, safe for the environment.
PHYSICAL VS CHLORINE CHEMICAL
Physical water treatment technology has many advantages and is an alternative to toxic chemical-based chlorine.
|NO CORROSION TO PIPES
|NON PH DEPENDENT
|NOT TEMP DEPENDANT
|SAFER WORK ENVIRONMENT
A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO WATER
In order to work more efficiently with water treatment, we need to look at the whole process and not at a single piece.
SCALE AND BIOLOGICAL PREVENTION
Technologies such as Griswold and Flow-Tech give a pulse signal through the water handling biologicals and scale.
With a filter, solids and toxins are separated from your environment.
Basin sweepers drive solids out of the tower in systems with a tower to be removed with a filter.
MAINTENANCE AND TESTING
To ensure that your water system stays clean, regular maintenance and testing are vital.
Physical Water Treatment That Simply Works
In most situations we can save you considerable annual expenditures on water treatment. A chemical free system allows for:
Safer work environment
No expensive chemicals to purchase every month.
Reduced water usage
Storm drain safe water
Download the Flow-Tech Lab Corp Case Study and see how Flow-Tech helped restore heat transfer levels by reducing the count of bacteria to 99.85% with no system shutdown and no piping adjustments.
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CMS Mandate to reduce Legionella Risk
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) introduced a mandate in June 2017 to reduce the risk of Legionella in water systems for healthcare facilities. The goal is to prevent Legionnaires ' Disease cases and outbreaks that have become a major concern over the past few years.
CDC Legionella Toolkit
A realistic water management plan to reduce the risk of rising and spreading Legionella within your water system and equipment.