Dynamic Water Technologies is a company that constantly strives to answer this one question: What are the alternatives to chemical water treatment?
As consumers and businesses have become more environmentally conscious, organizations are increasingly becoming wary of chemical-laden cooling tower water treatment methods. As a green company, this organization’s ultimate aim is to promote sustainability when it comes to water treatment.
Dynamic Water Technologies is a chemical-free water treatment company. Sometimes this can be a challenge. For example, It’s incredibly challenging convince people that it is possible to clean water for a massive food manufacturing plant without cooling water treatment that requires some level of chemicals. However, this company can reduce the need for all supplemental chemicals thanks to the UET processed water treatment system.
There are alternatives to chemical water treatment that industrial water treatment companies like this one can provide. Here’s how they use UET method to purify water without chemicals:
With UET, you don’t have to pour a batch of chemicals into your process and hope it will treat the bio contaminants. Instead, the system can analyze a water sample using an algorithm powered by machine learning. The algorithm can determine the properties of the water. For example, if the water sample has high levels of lead, the monitoring system would recognize it, and systematically work to remove it. This method of system metrology and constant adjustment is dubbed “dynamic equilibrium”.
Through the monitoring of 42 different parameters, the balance is restored on a real time basis. UET is an incredibly efficient water treatment method. With UET, your company can save 68 percent of water, and save costs by close to 20 percent.
If cooling tower chemical treatment doesn’t sound right for your company, you can easily use UET to treat water without polluting the environment or harming health.
“We don’t just aim to not use chemicals – that’s a very small portion of what we do. We aim to make systems more efficient by saving on water, power, and labor, alongside chemicals.”