BioLargo, a science and engineering company that invents and commercializes platform technologies to solve some of the most challenging environmental problems, has partnered with Garratt-Callahan (G-C). This joint project creates and develops a wastewater treatment product design to salvage usable water from commercial facilities wastewater streams. BioLargo already partnered with G-C and specifically wanted to leverage the existing relationship. G-C will receive 25-35 test units for solid separation, waste, and waste treatment in the project’s first year.
The American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE) annual conference is back with an in-person event! Register today and join us in Nashville.
Imagine taking a relaxing shower after a day of attending seminars and ending up getting sick instead. This could be a very real scenario in the upcoming days when many hotels and even hospitals open after a long shutdown. One potential reason? Legionella pneumophila.
Boilers are a necessary part of many establishments and can be found anywhere hot water or steam is required. Most facilities, from the ones that produce food to hospitals, require uninterrupted use of boilers everyday.
Proper treatment is important for maintaining maximum steam production and avoiding unnecessary offline time. It is well known that boiler water creates deposits on the interior surface of the machine. Deposits may vary from scale due to concentrated minerals to those created by corrosion products.This leads to problems ranging from loss of efficiency to condemning a boiler, especially in the low to medium pressure boilers.
Your Containers and Drums? For any cooling tower maintenance, scale control is crucial. Normally scale control is done using liquids that contain antiscalants and corrosion inhibitors. It is a good […]