By optimizing your backwash system, you can improve your overall filter performance and reduce backwash frequency, while cutting down on media costs and preventing excessive water usage. 1. We recommend increasing your backwash frequency if you are experiencing: Excessive headloss (debris buildup in media) Diminished effluent water quality 2. We encourage you to sample your backwash water on a [...]
Winter layup of cooling towers can create an environment susceptible to growth and incubation of corrosion causing bacteria. Cooling tower cleaning and maintenance prior to spring start-up is recommended by OSHA to remove biofilm and prevent Legionella bacteria, and by most cooling tower manufacturers to maintain system efficiency during the summer cooling season. Cleaning and disinfecting the cooling tower basin [...]
U.S. Water's Area Manager, Justin Treece’s Detecting and Reducing Boiler Scale Buildup in a Pharmaceutical Plant article was recently featured on Water Technology’s website, as well as in their January/February 2019 magazine. This case study describes how a water technologist and plant engineer collaborate to manage calcium carbonate scale in a boiler system.
In September 2017, Tonka Water joined the U.S. Water family. As a major supplier of municipal and industrial water treatment systems, Tonka Water’s product lines expanded U.S. Water’s integrated solutions offerings. The image below highlights our technologies, which includes clarification systems, gravity filtration, pressure filtration, pre-packaged treatment systems, aeration and specialty ion exchange [...]
Incidents of human illness and fatality due to pathogens in industrial, commercial and municipal water systems are increasingly prevalent in the news. Although it is not required by law throughout the U.S., practicing a water management program in accordance with the ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 188-2015 demonstrates the value of a safe and healthy environment, as well as protects your facility from potential legal disputes [...]
MIOX Primary Disinfection Solution Eliminates Facility Safety Concerns While Optimizing Cooling Tower Performance
Fouling associated with the excessive growth of microorganisms including bacteria, algae, and fungi is a natural, but preventable, issue in most cooling tower systems. As a common problem, facilities have a variety of chemical and mechanical disinfection solutions available when developing a treatment program. A South Dakota industrial manufacturer was combining ozone and a non-oxidizing microbiocide to manage [...]