Commercial water treatment, or water purification, refers to treating large volumes of water at high-flow rates. They are often used to meet the high-volume water treatment needs of facilities and industries including hotels, manufacturing plants, schools, restaurants and more. Commercial water treatment systems work towards removing bacteria, viruses, chlorine, dissolved solids, sediment and more, using a variety of methods. These methods include softening, dealkalization, reverse osmosis, nanofiltration ad others.
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Ozone water treatment is a method of commercial water treatment that reduces contaminants through ozone’s oxidative strength. Ozone is an effective disinfection agent for completely removing contaminants, toxins, and many other substances for commercial water treatment applications. This method leaves no chemical residue.
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It’s always best to schedule regular maintenance for the commercial water treatment system used at your facility. Regular maintenance will ensure that your water treatment system is working as efficiently as possible. A professional technician will also be able to catch any small issues before they become larger issues that will end up costing you more money in the future.
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Although chlorination has been the traditional water treatment method for many years. The process of chlorination is effective, but it takes long periods to take effect, especially for the volume of water used by commercial businesses and facilities. Ozone has become a new popular choice among businesses looking for a modern water treatment solution. Ozone does not create any dangerous byproducts leading to a safer disinfection process while keeping the same standards for drinking water present.
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