Cold Weather Operation of Cooling Systems
Prepare your cooling water system or closed HVAC system for shutdown and low load season now by downloading our 3-Step Winterization Checklist.
Minimize corrosion, bacterial growth, and scale build up that could cost you this spring.
3 Problems In Your Closed System Water
Water is a universal solvent. Manufactured metals are inherently unstable. Electrochemical reactions take place creating irreparable damage.
Organic materials in the water provide food for microbiological growth. Microorganisms eat and secrete acids that corrode piping and equipment.
Debris in the water breaks down into small undissolved solids. These solids erode system materials such as pump seals and valve shaft packing.
How Does This Impact Me?
Your facility’s closed system was designed to use water because it is available and efficient. In theory, this should be saving you money in lower energy and utility costs. But in reality, water-related problems rob you of these savings and compromise the reliability of your cooling. With the right help, preventing these problems is not hard. We’ve helped over 4,000 commercial, institutional, and industrial facilities with proven water treatment programs that work.Download Our Capabilities Sheet
A Closed System Program That Works
Chemical formulations and mechanical processes create water conditions that minimize corrosion and control microbiological growth.
Equipment controls ensure the right water conditions are consistently maintained for your systems to perform reliably and efficiently.
We are on-site regularly to report performance and detect potential problems that could impact your results.
Your Next Step
All water is local and no two facilities are the same. When you schedule a site visit, we will walk through your facility to collect system data and water samples. Our lab will perform a detailed analysis and we’ll present you with a custom cooling water program that is guaranteed to get your water systems operating at maximum potential.Schedule A Site Visit