THE PREMIER NAME IN CHEMICAL-FREE
Discover why Flow-Tech HVAC is the most trusted name in chemical-free water treatment, and why the largest companies in the world are standing behind it.
YOUR JOURNEY TO WATER
With Flow-Tech, you'll never be alone on your path to water management success. From start to finish, we will be by your side.
OPTIMIZE YOUR COOLING TOWERS, WITHOUT THE CHEMICALS
Companies across the country are dramatically cutting back on chemicals, reducing costs, and increasing the efficiency of their evaporative cooling systems. With Flow-Tech, operators are preventing scale, reducing bacteria and biofilm, and creating less corrosive environments within their systems – all without chemicals.
Flow-Tech's proprietary method of treating all your water not only allows for superior cooling water treatment, it avoids costly and invasive alternatives such as coil-based devices. The technology allows for a simple installation for both open loop and closed circuit systems.
ADDRESS SCALING AND REALIZE THE ENERGY SAVINGS
There's no question mineral fouling can wreak havoc on water systems. But how much does scaling affect efficiency loss and ultimately electrical costs?
(Based on electricity cost of $0.07 per KWH, chiller efficiency of 0.65 KW/Ton, and power factor of 0.91. Scale is assumed to have thermal conductivity of 1.0 BTU/(hr)(ft²)(°F). - State of California Energy Commission
MINIMIZE LIABILITIES, SAFETY AND HEALTH HAZARDS, AND FREE UP REAL ESTATE
Flow-Tech replaces the need for costly and hazardous chemical setups. By installing Flow-Tech's non-invasive water treatment system, operators are realizing savings and minimizing the potential for serious health and safety risks.
WHY DOES TRADITIONAL WATER TREATMENT FAIL?
In addition to the number of inherent health and safety risks, there are numerous reasons that contribute to the failure of chemical water treatment. Here are just a few:
Many failure points
Multiple chemicals needed / chemicals need to be changed
Many moving parts / small pumps fail
Increased blowdown dramatically increases chemical consumption
Chemicals run out
Poor choice of program history
Operating above saturation point causes scale formation