Small Business Water Softening Systems

On November 20th, 2015, the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene filed a proposed resolution to add a new Chapter 8 to Title 24 of the Rules of the City of New York which would establish ongoing rules for cooling towers maintenance to prevent contamination from legionella bacteria. The presumption is that the requirements outlined in the DOHMH’s proposed Chapter 8 would be incorporated into the mandatory Maintenance Program and Plan, which is required to be in place by March 1st, 2016.

Portable exchange service consists of movable tanks ranging in volume from 0.5 cubic feet to 45 cubic feet which incorporate different medias or resins types along with tank sizes to accommodate different quality and flow rate requirements. Eventually the ion exchange tanks reach exhaustion after a certain amount of use and are unable to remove the designated impurity. Depending on the type of media, we will pre-schedule the exchange interval or work with your facilities engineers to monitor the quality or volume of water and facilitate the exchange.

Water described as “hard” contains high levels of dissolved calcium and magnesium. Hard water can reduce equipment efficiency and life for industrial and commercial applications ranging from restaurants to boiler and cooling tower pretreatment. Problems associated with hard water can be minimized by using a water softener which exchanges troublesome calcium and magnesium ions with sodium which is less soluble and does not precipitate out of solution to form scale. Our most common commercial tank size is 14” and can soften approximately 3,100 gallons of Santa Barbara Hard Water before needing to be .
We offer tank sizes