UET ושותפיה ברחבי העולם מתקינים מערכות חדשות ומפתחים פתרונות חדשים לטיפול במים אקולוגיים באופן קבוע.
להלן מבחר כתבות שנכתבו על UET ועל הפתרונות המתקדמים שלנו לטיפול במים
While scale buildup in a heat exchanger or water system can be disasterous for industrial processes…in a UET reactor, it can be a thing of beauty. Below is a calcium/silica formation in a UET reactor treating the water system of a large mall in Israel.
These hard minerals (calcium, silica, etc.) were removed from the facility’s cooling system, in which they would have settled in the heat exchanger and pipes without treatment. Achieved through a process that is 100% free of chemical additives, UET’s technology removes the costs, logistics and hazards related to traditional chemical treatment.
A containerized UET system installed at a South African mine to treat gland water after disinfection and sedimentation by a clarifier, prior to the collection of the water in an operational tank. The water circulates through the gland water supply at a rate of 70 m3/h, and supplies water to a cooling system, which contains 2 small cooling towers.
UET regularly analyzes water samples in its in-house lab to ensure that it’s systems are running properly. Pictured here is one of UET’s engineers testing a sample taken from the run-in of a new system at a government facility. Treatment adjustments can then be easily made, if necessary, so that target goals are met.
Two UET technicians are providing regularly scheduled service on a unit that has been keeping a cooling tower system clean for the past 25 years, WITHOUT the need for chemical additives. The cooling tower in turn provides chilled air for refrigeration units that keep produce fresh before being shipped to market.