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Cooling Water Treatment

Cooling water is the process of removing heat from temperature sensitive equipment, thereby keeping it from malfunctioning or failing. Cooling water is the preferred method of cooling for many companies due to water’s inexpensive, nontoxic, and reusable nature. However, this cooling method does have a few major drawbacks if the cooling water is left untreated.

Untreated cooling water accelerates corrosion in metal pipes and holding tanks, allows biological growth, and leaves behind deposits from the minerals in the water supply. A system not properly maintained will cause losses in productivity due to equipment failures, health and safety concerns, increased energy consumption (due to buildup of deposits), and higher production costs.

Our cooling water deposit and corrosion control programs make use of the most up-to-date technologies to keep your system operating efficiently. We have expertise in biofilm control to help minimize problems caused by microorganisms, including fouling, deposits, corrosion, and disease (i.e. Legionellosis).

To limit deposit and corrosion problems, we offer a complete line of speciality cooling water treatment products. We have a vast array of high performance threshold inhibitors, dispersants, and corrosion inhibitors which we can customize to fit your specific needs. Since we can custom blend products, we can also create products for any unique conditions you business might be facing.

Contact us today at 800-645-1350 or visit our website so we can discuss your needs and begin implementing your cooling water treatment plan.

Need an Expert Witness in an Environmental Case?

If you’ve found yourself or your company in a legal dispute concerning water contamination, you know there’s a lot of work ahead. Environmental litigation can be difficult and lengthy. This is mostly because of the amount of evidence needed and the level of expertise required to explain that evidence in court. That is where we come in. One of our many consulting services is Expert Witness Testimony.

Many important environmental court cases have hinged on the testimony of a biologist working in the field questioned in the dispute. Experts such as ourselves may be necessary on either side of the litigation. Sometimes we see scientific, computer, or management errors on the defense side, and other times we’re able to show the opposite – no fault. Either way our discoveries will be completely unbiased. Even if our testimony would not help you in court, you can at least know what to be prepared for on the other side.

If you are interested in our Expert Witness Testimony service or would like to know more, give us a call at 800.645.1350 or by using our contact form on our site.

The Role Of WCA In The Marketplace

Water Consultants of America prides itself on the many services it provides its patrons. These include the reporting, training and consulting related to the management of a water treatment service. Each of these business segments serves a valuable purpose in the water treatment process and are streamlined in order to operate with maximum efficiency. Below are brief explanations for each of the three main service areas:

1. Reporting
WCA offers its clients an electronic monitoring system that compiles detailed reports on every facet of the water treatment process. These reports include detailed graphs and charts that break down each step in the process in a way that is comprehensive for those receiving the reports. Regular service reports are shared online, removing excess waste of paper from the process and allowing for easy storage and management of information by both WCA and its clients.

2. Training
Customers of WCA are offered on-site training seminars and access to the company’s web based training library. These features allow customers access to additional educational resources on how to obtain the best environmental, financial and efficient results with the water treatment program. With training being a key aspect to the water treatment process, the programs offered by WCA give customers the opportunity to learn from leaders in the application and development of water treatment technology.

3. Consulting
The consulting portion of WCA offers a wide range of services for the customer. These include on-site troubleshooting and surveying, specification writing and project coordination. Additional services include water analysis, biological testing, deposit analysis, monitoring services and expert witness testimony.

Through the three main services offered by WCA to its customers, an efficient, cost effective water management system is available to the public from a well-known, reliable company with many years experience in the industry. Visit our website, www.waterconsultantsofamerica.com, for additional information as well as contact information for WCA.