Water Treatment Services





Water Treatment Services

• A 3mm (1/8”) thick scale deposit on a steam boiler tube surface could result in a 20-30% increase in fuel costs.

• Calcium Carbonate Scale is a much better insulator "3 times" than iron oxide.

• Industry standard corrosion inhibitors will not prevent corrosion of a closed loop system which is continually leaking. It must be repaired.

• A very thin calcium carbonate scale deposit on the heat transfer surfaces of an AC condenser tube can cause a large increase in energy consumption!

• Black iron oxide deposits block plate heat exchangers, radiators, and coils! Proper water treatment will prevent this.

• Red iron oxide deposits in a closed system are caused by the presence of oxygen either by air infiltration or system leakage/makeup.

• Condenser water systems must be protected from corrosion during the off season winter months.

Water Treatment Services is here to provide you with honest and affordable solutions to your water treatment problems.


The following photos are where water treatment has gone horribly wrong!

 

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Filter installed to a closed loop system “with water treatment". Why does the filter look like this? Contact us!
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Filters removed from a 3CMC filter housing closed loop system “with water treatment". Why do the filters look like this? Contact us!
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Internal waterside of a steam water tube boiler with extreme scale. How could this happen? Contact us and we will be happy to tell you how to easily prevent this!
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Internal waterside of the boiler tubes from a firebox hot water boiler. Why do they look like this? Contact us!
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AC evaporator with numerous tubes plugged. Was water treatment the cause? Contact us!
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Easicult bacterial analysis of a closed chilled water system. Why is there so much bacteria present? Contact us!
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