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HVAC systems are a vital piece of critical environments. Triatek mitigates the spread of dangerous airborne contaminants and prevents harmful chemicals from re-circulating in the air.
Chemical water treatment has always been one of the biggest safety concerns when managing a facility. The reasons are numerous: drums of toxic chlorine, wash stations, emergency contact procedures and legionella to name a few …
In the HVAC industry, water and energy use are closely related. In fact, we could say that they are interdependent.
Sum up high energy rates in your facility to over-billing by energy companies and you ‘ll see profits drop. Add old equipment in your building and it sounds even worse.
What can you do?
Midwest Machinery has sold and started up A TON of boilers to date.
In the last 10 years, high-efficiency, high turn-down boilers have become the gold standard. Just like a Ferrari, which needs the right fuel, brakes, tires, and equipment precisely tuned to run like a champ – so does your new boiler.
Source: SPX Cooling Technologies
Spring is coming, and sooner than later you will have to start up your cooling tower again. If you have worked on a season lay-up or storage inhibitors, your job will be easier. But most of us get so involved in cleaning, repairing or replacing chillers that forget about the importance of maintaining the cooling tower in the cold season. If that is the case, your startup process will need more attention.
Source: Permatron (www.permatron.com)
Air inlets and airborne debris, a dangerous combination
The air inlet entrance of your cooling tower is a big and inviting door not only for cottonwood, but also for dust, pollen, leaves, insects and all types of airborne debris.
From left: Zach Trainer, Andrew Sisselman, Cory LaPrise, Ryan Green, Denny Lafferty, Brad Letourneau, and Richard Miller
Midwest Machinery Company has one more reason to celebrate. After the Oklahoma General Manager Nolan Chance had been awarded the SPX Ed Seniza, our Denver team received an award from Xcel Energy.
On February 13th, two cases of Legionnaires’ disease were confirmed at an Illinois Veterans Home. It’s been making headlines.