Why is water treatment necessary?
Commercial and industrial cooling equipment and steam boilers use an enormous amount of water to operate. The efficiency of this equipment depends on the control of scale, corrosion, and microbiologic growth, which is typically managed with toxic, dangerous water treatment chemicals. During the normal course of operating this equipment, huge amounts of chemical-laden water is discharged into streams, rivers, lakes, and sewer systems, contributing to the contamination and pollution of the water we need to survive.
Chemicals treat the symptoms...Bon Aquas cure the disease!
All water-cooled HVAC equipment has a problem with either scale fouling, which impedes proper heat transfer; or corrosion, which eventually destroys the tubes. Chemical treatment does not solve these problems, it just masks the symptoms. Bon Aqua is the clean, non-polluting way to control scale and corrosion.
Why would a company consider using Bon Aqua environmental water treatment?
• Enormous water savings from increased cycles of concentration
• End toxic chemical exposure from discharge and handling
• Increase the life cycle of expensive equipment: condensers, towers, boilers
• A one time cost instead of endless chemical costs, cost savings for water & sewer charges, lower power costs, and decreased maintenance costs
• Eliminate scale and stop corrosion
What kind of facility and equipment is an ideal candidate for Bon Aqua water treatment?
• Bon Aqua™ water treatment will effectively protect any water-cooled equipment that needs treatment for scale and non-biological corrosion.
• Bon Aqua™ treatment is ideal for: low and high pressure steam boilers, cooling towers, chiller-condensers, air washers, heat exchangers (plate frame, tube and shell, etc.), water cooled air compressors, injection mold machines, ice machines, fountains, vacuum pumps, ammonia compressors, freon refrigeration plants, and humidifiers, etc.
The 9 minute video is key to understanding the benefits of this technology, because you'll learn:
• How scale and corrosion occur in HVAC equipment to begin with
• How the Faraday’s Generator created by Bon Aqua causes a molecular change
• How the ionized water reacts with existing scale and corrosion
What kind of Return on Investment (ROI) can a company expect?
• An ROI of two years or less is typical for a cooling system, due to the end of recurring chemical costs, water and sewer savings, and power savings.
• ROI results will vary according to geographical location, i.e. evaporative hours, local water and sewer rates.