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UET NEWS

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.

13
Feb

SCALE FOR ART’S SAKE

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.
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7
Feb

UET in a box

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.

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28
Jan

How sweet it is…

UET is proud to announce the formation of a cooperative venture with a company in India, which will greatly increase its ability to penetrate this huge market. The first units will be installed in a large sugar mill.

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7
Jan

TIME OUT!

Your UET team taking a mid-winter break to explore the hills and valleys of central Israel, to refresh, in order to take better care of our valued customers.

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1
Jan

MAZEL TOV!

A proud UET “papa” with his new water treatment system for an aerospace company, including pre-RO and RO components that will extend the lives of the membranes – all 100% free of chemical additives.

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25
Dec

All in a day’s work…

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.

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19
Dec

UET-RO units in formation at a military installation in Israel

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The company produces and tests military equipment. The process that the installation is using is commonly known as a zero-discharge cooling tower, for which UET was engaged in its design and assembly. The make-up water is treated by UET-RO units, with the water from the basin going through the UET-RO recycling unit, meaning that 100% of the water in the cooling circuit will pass through the UET reactors, in order to avoid any sedimentation, even at very low values.
 
The layout of this project was squeezed into a very small area, in which the UET-RO and UET scale remover systems were compressed to meet the tight specifications.  DSC01465
 
Having assembled all of the UET system components, a shed will be constructed to cover all of the UET equipment, protecting it from direct sun and rain.
5
Dec

DWT/UET to the rescue!

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22
Oct

An oldie, but a goodie

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.
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15
Oct

Unigel Brazil uses exclusive water reuse technology

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