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Hair Care and Water Quality

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Most Hair Colorists understand the importance of the water used in their salons with regards to their professional hair color results. In fact, many salons specializing in hair color understand that the quality of the water used in their salon is so important to the overall outcome of their professional hair color results, that they…
Commercial dishwashing equipment


water softeners, water treatment
Commercial dishwashing equipment must be supplied with soft water to avoid scale deposits which lead to heating element failure, as well as clog water lines and spray heads. Minerals in the water attach themselves to heating elements.  Mineral scale creates an insulating effect on the elements, which increases the time for the water to come…

The Effect of Water Quality on Cooling Tower Systems

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Water quality treatment is directed at minimizing scaling, corrosion, and biological growth.  These factors greatly reduce the efficiency and longevity of cooling tower systems. Scale Scale is formed from minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and silica.  These minerals are generally present in makeup water.  Scaling often occurs at the hottest surfaces, where the transfer is…

The Effect of Water Quality on Boiler Systems

water purification, water treatment
Water supplied to boilers may originate from rivers, ponds, wells, etc.  Unless a boiler receives the water of the proper quality, its life will be needlessly shortened.  Because of these variations in water supply, feed water should be analyzed to determine the proper pretreatment method. Scale Water hardness is the primary source of scale in…

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156 South Main Street
Williamstown, NJ 08094
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Approximately 85 percent of U.S. residents receive their water from public water facilities. The remaining 15 percent supply their own water from private wells or other sources.