Prevents Formation of Scale, etc.

Chemical-Free Water Treatment

Industrial Process Streams
Triangular Wave Deposit Control System delivers superior antifouling performance by preventing the attachment of scale and colloidal particles on the sides of the equipment.
Similarly, slime-forming bacteria receive an enhanced surface charge, and they are not able to attach to the sides of the equipment and form biofilm. In addition, many other bacteria use the biofilm as a habitat where they can feed and propagate. Without the habitat, those other bacteria remain suspended in the fluid and eventually die.
The Triangular Wave System conserves water by allowing the system to run at higher cycles of concentration. Because of the Triangular Wave System's superior antifouling capabilities, the higher concentrations of scale forming materials in the fluid do not cause scale to form. Higher cycles of concentration mean that less water is being bled off, and less water is needed for makeup.
Maintenance costs are saved several ways:
  • Much less time is needed to clean the equipment and remove scale and bio-film.

Deposit Control Benefits

Corrosion Control

Bio-film Control

Save Water and Other Costs

Energy Savings

Softening Benefits

  • Much less time is needed to check the equipment and change chemical supplies.
  • The Triangular Wave System has no moving parts to break and fix. The only activity required is to view the unit to be sure the power lights are on. A problem with the system is announced via an alarm circuit, an alarm sound, and a red light on the unit.
Foul odors are eliminated when the biofilm is eliminated. Hazardous chemicals such as acids and biocides will not be needed once the Triangular Wave System goes to work.
Many operators are concerned about stopping application of chemicals all at once. In those cases, it should be noted that the Triangular Wave System will only enhance the operation of the chemicals. As the operator sees the effects of the Triangular Wave System, he/she can reduce the chemical application. Typically, chemical reduction over a one-month period is sufficient.