Water treatment / Areas of application

  • Cooling water treatment to prevent corrosion, deposits and biological attack.
  • Boiler water treatment to prevent corrosion and deposits.
  • Drinking water treatment, to prevent corrosion and deposits.
  • Waste water treatment in order to comply with waste water discharge regulations.
  • Raw and industrial water treatment to prepare water from rivers, wells, etc. for operational use.
  • Plant engineering, from advice to installation of a ready-to-use. System you get everything from a single source.

Cooling water treatment

In industry in particular, the number of cooling systems and the associated need for products for treating water are growing. Deposits, corrosion, and microbiological contamination impair the efficiency and disadvantageously change the hygienically perfect operation of your recooling systems. Eliminating the loss of heat transfer, device failure and risks to health and safety to a large extent ensures efficiency and cost control in the long term. In order to operate cooling systems continuously and economically, water chemistry and good monitoring of the system parameters are extremely important criteria. Together with you, we will develop suitable protection measures to ensure trouble-free operation.

Boiler water treatment

The cleaning and treatment of boiler water is a key issue in water treatment. All boiler systems produce hot water or steam in a certain way according to the same principle and require a certain type of water treatment to prevent scale and corrosion in the boiler and in the condensate system. In addition to protecting, cleaning the boiler surfaces and maximizing condensate recovery, the long-term successful operation of a boiler system requires optimal treatment of the feed water to the desired level of quality.

Drinking water treatment

Limescale deposits and corrosion pose a challenge for industry, trade and private households. In widely branched or long pipe systems such as In hotels, large buildings, hospitals and drinking water networks, the treatment of the drinking water is essential, since limescale deposits can lead to pipe constrictions and corrosion. Corrosion can also arise from the water balance / water constituents, so that an assessment / analysis of the drinking water is absolutely necessary. The appropriate water treatment can then be determined on the basis of this analysis. How by adding approved conditioning products e.g. Phosphates and silicates.