Water Innovations Facility Upgrade

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Courtesy of Water Innovations, Inc

A few facility upgrades at Water Innovations worth mentioning this quarter at our San Diego 10,000 square foot facility. As we continue to hire a growing workforce across departments, and several years of our continued investment and growth. We have invested in an Electrostatic Precipitator, to use in our in-house paint both. This is a device that removes suspended dust particles from a gas or exhaust by applying a high-voltage electrostatic charge and collecting the particles on charged plates. Electrostatic spray painting is a method that can reduce problems with uneven coverage and overspray that result from using a regular spray painter. For us it will ensure complete surface coverage on our stainless steel HFX, CIX and WDI skids for superior corrosion resistance and equipment longevity.Another area we are investing in, is an upgrade to our media blast both and change in media type. We are moving from a more traditional garnet blast media to metallic media utilizing Clemco abrasive blast equipment. High-performance blast cleaning system produces a uniform surface texture, and creates a surface profile to increase bonding for our stainless steel HFX, CIX and WDI skid polyurethane coatings. This new equipment and process also gives us added health and safety benefits to our growing staff.

About Us: Water Innovations’ CIX complete ion exchange water recycling system is an integrated skid-mounted system engineered for closed-loop recycling of metal finishing rinses. This system is designed to produce deionized (DI) water at 75 percent cost savings and provide quality water with counter-current regeneration of packed-resin beds using feed-forward grain counting, as well as feedback based on outlet water conductivity and pH. These systems are designed with a multistage feed pump, duplex carbon and bag filters, duplex cation and anion exchangers and a DI water pump.

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