When comparing residential to commercial or industrial equipment, the concept and operations may be the same or similar, but they can be two different worlds. Following is a list of a few tips and areas to look at when you are evaluating commercial and industrial equipment.
Considerations unique to commercial and industrial systems
If you’re a water treatment professional, you’re well aware iron, hydrogen sulfide and manganese are difficult to remove. This is why many in our industry consider them the "Troublesome Trio." Watts Trio-Treat Systems are the solution to combat the "Troublesome Trio."
AdEdge Technologies features packaged, pre-engineered residential treatment systems designed for removal of arsenic, iron manganese, uranium and hydrogen sulfide. The systems feature Bayoxide E33 media for arsenic removal or AD26 media for iron and manganese removal, and operate with a wide range of water quality. Systems do not require regeneration chemicals, salts or potassium permanganate additions.
Watts Water Quality Products has introduced water treatment technology available with E-Treat water conditioning systems. The new systems incorporate the use of a patented “tank-n-tank” design to allow two different filter media to be installed in separate tanks using a footprint equal to a single tank.
This water treatment system reduces hard-water deposits without constant maintenance and costs associated with traditional chemical-based treatment equipment. The electronic AHP-force technology physically decrystallizes calcium bicarbonate. In the decrystallized form, these two minerals are nonadhesive and cannot stick to the inner surfaces of the pipes.
Recent studies show that one of the victims of the current economic recession has been restaurants. While many people have been dining out less this past year, the restaurant industry itself remains relatively healthy in many areas of the U.S.
POE water treatment for restaurants