Large structures such as cooling towers, boilers and other closed loop systems rely on water treatment chemicals to continue to run smoothly. In this video, the presenter makes the case for solid chemical delivery as opposed to liquid chemical delivery.
Solid chemistry is more clean and efficient than liquid chemical delivery, and it mitigates the risk of hazards. It eliminates inherent spilling and splashing of liquids. The solid chemical water treatment process requires an onsite dissolver to get the chemicals into the liquid state.
The dissolver displayed in this video, the Ultra-M, has a non-electric level system and can provide accurate chemical dosing. The flow control technology determines when more chemicals need to be infused, and when they need to stop.
Another important part of the dissolver is its durability. It is built to withstand the chemicals flowing through it, which means that it won’t gradually be eroded. Among the other advantages are the ease of installation and the compact design, which allows for it to be installed in small spaces. Bigger systems could use multiple dissolvers installed side by side.
Those who operate a system that requires chemical water treatment may be surprised by the increased safety, efficiency, and ease of solid chemical delivery. This video will help them know if this system is right for their system.