Commercial & Industrial Water Treatment Case Studies

Commercial & Industrial Water Treatment Case Studies

Below you will see an actively growing list of Case Studies of our customers who have been impacted by our water testing, treatment and monitoring services.

Controlling Scale in Cooling Towers – Manufacturing – Eastern Ohio

Controlling Scale in Cooling Towers – Manufacturing – Eastern Ohio

During an evaluation of a cooling tower system for a manufacturer in Eastern OH, Chardon noticed a large amount of scale buildup in the towers.  Calcium carbonate scale most easily can form in situations with harder make up water, meaning there are more minerals in the water coming into the system before it’s used in the tower..

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Preventing Boiler Shutdowns in Breweries – Central Ohio

Preventing Boiler Shutdowns in Breweries – Central Ohio

BrewDog is an international brewery based out of Scotland, with a North American headquarters located in central OH. They were having boiler shutdowns caused by excess water getting into their steam system. This excess water creates a problem in boiler systems known as carry-over, where the water and the minerals in that water will form deposits throughout the steam system causing overheating, and other issues leading to shutdowns…

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Controlling Copper Levels in Cooling Towers Systems – Central OH

Controlling Copper Levels in Cooling Towers Systems – Central OH

Keeping manageable levels of metal ions, like copper (Cu+), in cooling tower water can be very important to the lifespan of the cooing tower system. It can also be environmentally harmful if too much of these metal ions is discharged from the cooling tower. This was the case for a commercial printer facility in central OH, when their copper levels being discharged were too high…

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How to Clean Out Debris from Cooling Towers – Northern IN

How to Clean Out Debris from Cooling Towers – Northern IN

Cooling tower systems by design can be susceptible to dirt and debris and requires regular maintenance to stop the build up of debris. This debris can harbor different microbial organisms like Legionella pneumophila as well as provide nutrients for the bacteria to proliferate. They can enter the system through the fan at the top of the tower and cause damage to the tower sump, the tower fill as well as get into the water…

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Keeping Chillers Scale Free for a Hospital – Central OH

Keeping Chillers Scale Free for a Hospital – Central OH

A hospital in central OH uses a cooling tower system for their comfort cooling throughout the building, using 5 chillers, each tied into a cooling tower. There had been a noticeable decrease in chiller plant efficiency over time, and during high demand days in the heat of the summer, the chiller plant could not meet the load properly…

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Effects of High Copper Levels in Closed Loops – Central OH

Effects of High Copper Levels in Closed Loops – Central OH

Controlling corrosion in closed loop systems is one of the main goals of the water treater, to make sure the loops can operate as designed for heat transfer without any inefficiencies or leaks. A common issue found within closed loops for manufacturers can be high copper levels. And that was the case with manufacturer in a Central OH facility. They were consistently seeing high copper level results, hovering around the 4-6 ppm range…

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How to Protect Boiler Condensate Lines – Southwest OH

How to Protect Boiler Condensate Lines – Southwest OH

When steam transfers its’ heat in a manufacturing process, the loss of heat makes the steam revert to liquid. This liquid in a steam boiler system is called condensate. This water is mostly pure water since it was once evaporated into steam. When water is evaporated, the minerals in the water are left behind and the steam is free of dissolved solids found in typical city or well water. So, once this steam is cooled into condensate, that water is theoretically free of most dissolved solids…

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