Universal Environmental Technology (UET) and its partners around the world are constantly installing new systems and developing new solutions for ecological water treatment.
Here are some recent updates.
A bio-tech company in Brazil is now enjoying the benefits of UET’s Chem-Free CT treatment, which is expected to raise the cycles of concentration from 13 to 30. This will not only save the company significant amounts of money, but will also help relieve the recently experienced water shortages, which is good for everyone!
Yet another successful UET installation (bottom right), in this case to treat a cooling tower in Turkey (left), to prevent the formation of scale, corrosion and bio-contamination, all without additive chemicals!
See project details below:
Basin – 1300 m3
CT circulation pumps – 12
Cooling flow rate – 3176 m3/h
Water quality –
4000 μS conductivity of make-up water.
450 ppm of total hardness.
900 ppm of carbonate hardness.
70 ppm of silica
External heat exchangers – 4
R&D heat exchanger connected on site – 1
Temperature sensors on each line
Cooling water DeltaT – 2
Process water DeltaT 10
UET circulation – 800 m3/h
Dedicated UET pumps – 3
Water pressure – 1.5 Bar
Communication to all units through Backsoft
8 UET 4×4 unit
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.