Quality Water Treatment Programs
provides advice to industry
and commercial and institutional
facilities on safe, cost-effective
water treatment programs. We
are dedicated to utilizing the
latest in chemical developments
to achieve the best results,
and to bringing these results
to each individual customer
of an Effective Water Treatment
are six main factors that determine
the effectiveness and reliability
of any water treatment program.
- The appropriateness
of the treatment program.
- The consistency
of the system parameter control.
- The care
taken in monitoring and interpreting
- The accuracy
of assessing upset conditions.
- The speed
of response to correct upsets.
- The shared
determination by everyone
involved to make the system
program will be complete or
totally effective without all
of these items. One of, if not
the most important factor, is
Item 6. The success of a program
can normally be traced back
primarily to the dedication,
determination and commitment
of the plant personnel and the
technical representative. An
extra effort exerted by these
people to understand the operation
of the system and the ability
of these people to work together
are key factors to attaining
the desired results.
up the appropriate chemical
program is also a crucial factor.
A complete survey and analysis
of the water quality, application,
usage (quantity), and related
pieces of equipment is a must.
Based on careful consideration
of this information, recommendations
can be made for both chemical
products and related equipment.
It is not always most economical
to select the cheapest water
treatment program. There are
many factors to take into consideration,
and chemical compatibility
- Ease and
safety of handling the products
the program has been established,
consistency must be maintained
within the system. The greater
the fluctuation in the system
variables, the less effective
the program will be. If all
parameters are established and
kept as constant as possible,
they can be dealt with and compensated
for to obtain optimum results.
determining the consistency
of any system, care must be
taken by all associated personnel
to monitor the system and related
functions. Monitoring and testing
must be done on a frequent and
regular basis. A reliable technical
service representative should
carefully go over the testing
results for interpretation.
Plant personnel should also
be educated in interpreting
test results. After viewing
the results, one must decide
if changes are necessary. If
changes are warranted, informed
actions on how to prevent or
correct a problem, not to cover
it up, must be taken. Long term,
as well as, short term water
treatment program goals should
also be assessed.
is important to be very accurate
in uncovering problems and upsets
to prevent unnecessary work
and alarm. When your car runs
out of gasoline, you do not
replace or rebuild your motor.
Get to the heart of the problem
as quick as possible and do
not cut corners or "monkey-rig"
response time to individual
problems can prevent or increase
further damage and /or headaches.
The longer a problem is tolerated
or over-looked, the more costly
it becomes and the longer it
will take to straighten out
once it is addressed. Immediate
attention to any and all situations
promotes success and results.
the proper emphasis placed on
these six items, an effective
water treatment program is assured,
regardless of the size of the
plant or systems maintained. Plan
ahead, see it through, and follow-up
your water treatment program and
remember to select a reputable,
reliable, experienced water treatment