NON-Chemical Water Treatment for Cooling Tower
NOW A SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT-FRIENDLY WAY TO TREAT COOLING WATER WITHOUT ANY CHEMICALS!
Drive your sustainability Goals with SBR (*Patent Pending)
– Scale and Bio-Removal system from CET Enviro
SBR is a fully automatic online technology that continuously clean the cooling tower water and augments the cooling performance and treat cooling water without any chemicals.
SBR is so innovative and “Green” that it treats the water without the use of chemicals. See product video here.
COOLING TOWER PROBLEMS
Cooling system water quality directly affects the reliability, efficiency, and operating cost of industrial or institutional cooling system.
DO YOU WANT TO ?
Treat Cooling Tower without any chemicals
Reduce Bleed-off quantity
Increase CoC by 2x to 3x
Reduce STP treatment costs
Adopt Environment friendly measures for water treatment
Improved Water Quality = Better Cooling Performance
THE SBR ADVANTAGE
- 100% savings on chemicals
- 20% – 40% decrease in water usage
- 5% – 15% lower energy costs
- 10% – 50% reduction in labor costs
- 10 USD* m3 reduction in STP costs
(*in cases where blow-down water from the cooling tower is going directly to STP)
- No chemical feeds or discharge, hence no Chemical handling
- Water can be recycled and reused for alternate purpose like irrigation
- Works on double or even triple COC as compared to chemical treatment
- All precipitation of salts occurs in the reaction chamber
- No scale in the system heat exchangers
- Control over corrosion potential due to low aggression of water
ROI in less than two years
Chemical Free Treatment
- Commercial building Cooling Towers
- Industrial Cooling Towers
- Power Plants Cooling Towers
Cooling Towers & high risk of deadly LEGIONELLA in times of Covid-19
Ensure that your water system is safe to use after a prolonged shutdown to minimize the risk of Legionnaires’ disease and other diseases associated with water.
Click here to learn more about Legionella and why you should be aware of it, and how to mitigate the associated risks?