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100 years of Leadership

In Water & Wastewater Treatment

Leading Provider

Of Industrial Water Solutions

Functional Water Systems

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Functional Water Systems

What is Functional Water?
Functional Water is: water that performs a function that you would not expect from water.

It starts by using Ultrapure water, which is actually quite “aggressive” anyway. But, we then add a small concentration of a pure gas, and its aggressive property increases dramatically, enabling its use for a range of component-cleaning duties, with a number of major production benefits. The actual use of the Functional Water and the consequent benefits to the user depend on which gas is dissolved in the Ultrapure Water. A range of different types and sizes of units is available.

Range of Hydrogen Functional Water Units
The standard range of units available produces from 300 to 3,600/h of Hydrogen Functional Water. Larger capacity units can be produced where required.

Other Functional Water Types:
Other units that use different gases, including Ammonia, Nitrogen and Ozone, are available.

Benefits of Functional Water Units:

Virtually Zero Chemical Consumption

The normal range of chemicals used in the “standard” SC-1 and SC-2 processes is not necessary. For example, using Hydrogen Functional Water ensures ultra-efficient removal of particles from components in less time than the classic process, helping to improve production output. Cleaning is at room temperature, so also eliminating heating costs.

Reduced Ultrapure Water Consumption

Since you don’t use large quantities of chemicals for removal of contaminants, you do not then need to rinse those chemicals from the components. This makes the cleaning process quicker and dramatically reduces consumption of the expensive-to-produce ultrapure water.

Reduced Wastewater Production

Since you consume less Ultrapure Water, there is less wastewater to then treat, and what you do produce contains very little chemical contaminants. This means that you also:

  • Reduce the amount of treatment chemicals used
  • Produce less sludge that must be removed off-site for disposal and
  • Reduce the overall Environmental Impact of your production.
  • Have the realistic possibility to recycle and re-use the water.

Think about these advantages: They add up to potentially very big advantages!

Functional Water Units are being used by the Industry’s Major Players, and that number is increasing all the time!

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