If your operation utilizes water in any form (ice, liquid, or steam), water quality is important. Here at Aquanology, every commercial water system is custom built for each client’s specific situation. If your company needs reliable water treatment equipment backed with local service, ask how we can help.
Exceed your customers’ and employees’ expectations with soft, clean, water.
Working with everyone involved is important to us. We communicate with engineers, equipment manufacturers, Dept. of Health, facility maintenance, or others who need to be on the same page with your water quality requirements. We perform on-site water tests, study how much water your business is using, review industry standards for your specific application, and collect any data needed to answer your questions. We work with local laboratories to perform testing that exceed our capabilities in the field.
After taking all factors into consideration, we will help you determine the best course of action to accomplish the desired results. This may include making minor changes to your existing system, replacing equipment which is no longer functioning properly, or starting from the ground up with new water treatment technology.
SOLUTIONS AND SAVINGS
Good water treatment systems create tangible returns including saving time, saving money, and creating a more efficient water system in the long run. If you do not have a dedicated person on your team who monitors and services your water system, we are happy to partner with you and take on that responsibility.
How are we different?
CREATING AN IMPACT
We would enjoy working with your team. Working together, commercial water treatment is one way we can impact the lives of many people in a positive way.
We can service and maintain most common brands of water treatment systems. We can also supply you with the consumable items such as; filters, UV lamps, salt, anti-scalents, cleaners, coagulants, etc. If you have a maintenance manager at your facility, we can provide training on proper maintenance practices for your system, or we can set up a monthly, annual, or custom schedule for our company to provide service and maintenance. We also recommend that the feed water be tested annually.
We have personnel certified as Grade C Operator through NYS Department of Health for public water systems. We are also registered with DEC as a certified pump installer (CPI). We also work closely with engineers, local health departments, and other agencies that may need to be involved in your unique application.
While we offer a complete line of water treatment equipment, our specialty is reverse osmosis (RO) systems and support equipment. We offer American-made RO systems from 35 to 110,000 gallon per day with up to 80% recovery. We can also service and maintain your existing RO system. Contact us with your questions, challenges, and problems- we’ll be happy to discuss them with you.