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WELCOME
This is our newest service for mechanical design engineers that need the latest, most advanced specifications for water treatment. Our objective is to provide you with the tools to select and include water treatment specifications that are complete, accurate, and specific to your individual project. This new program will save valuable time in helping to design and build in economy, reliability, and performance from the start of the project.

We have now included a complete and comprehensive set of equipment installation drawings. These drawings are designed to aid in proper installation and help clarify cost estimates. They may be included in design drawings or detail sheets.




THE NEED FOR WATER TREATMENT
Virtually all water-using equipment requires internal treatment. No one is more aware of this than the design engineer or the maintenance engineer.

Internal treatment is normally considered to mean treatment by the addition of materials to the water at its point of use for the purpose of neutralizing or modifying the effect of impurities contained in the water.

Water Impurities And Their Harmful Effects
The two major effects brought about by the presence of impurities in water are corrosive action on metals and scale formation. The goal of internal water treatment is to reduce the magnitude of these two effects at a level that is no longer harmful to water-using equipment.

The corrosion of metals is an electro-chemical reaction, which is normally speeded up by the presence of water containing dissolved solids and oxygen. The rate at which corrosion takes place can be influenced markedly by varying the available quantity of one of the materials taking part in the corrosion reaction, or by interposing a barrier at some point in the system to prevent that reaction from taking place.

Scale formation results from the precipitation of the mineral constituents of water. Crystalline deposits form on the equipment surfaces and in piping. The formation of scale can be controlled either by slowing down the rate of precipitation by sequestering action—"locking-up" certain components of the scale-forming reaction through the use of chelating materials—or by modifying the precipitation reaction so that the impurities form a soft, non-adherent sludge, rather than scale.

When a properly designed water treatment program is correctly administered, equipment life is extended, operating and energy costs are lowered, maintenance is reduced, and operating reliability is assured. Water and discharge costs are additional benefits of proper water treatment.




HOW TO USE THIS PROGRAM
This program has been designed with you in mind. It is easy to use and flexible for almost any application. Simply use the index to select the type of system you are designing the program for and click on it. The specification is in two formats: 1.) PDF files for viewing using Adobe Acrobat Reader, and 2.) Microsoft Word format, which can be downloaded for use in your specification. In some cases where you are combining various specifications, you can consolidate certain section like those for cleaning or services. Once you have built the specification, you can select the appropriate drawing details for insertion into your plans. Drawing details are presented in two formats as well: 1.) PDF files for viewing using Adobe Acrobat Reader, and 2.) TIF files for downloading using a CAD or graphics program.




WATER TREATMENT SPECIFICATIONS
Several quick reminders will make your job easier. Select the specification section for the type of system being designed. Remember there are several paragraphs that are common to most all sections. Examples are General, Preoperational System Cleanout, Testing Equipment, and Water Treatment Service Program. Therefore, when working on large complex jobs requiring more than one section, these paragraphs may be combined. Also WT-100-500 are supplemental sections that offer additional services and equipment to help round out your specification.

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  Index of Specifications File Format
 WT-1 CLOSED CHILLED AND HOT WATER SYSTEMS
(PRE-OPERATIONAL CLEANING, ONE-SHOT FEEDER)
PDF WORD
 WT-2 SMALL COOLING SYSTEMS LESS THAN 300 TONS
(NON-ACID CONDUCTIVITY CONTROLLER)
PDF WORD
 WT-3 LARGE COOLING SYSTEMS OVER 300 TONS
(pH CONTROL USING ACID AND CONDUCTIVITY CONTROL)
PDF WORD
 WT-4 LARGE COOLING SYSTEMS OVER 300 TONS (pH
CONTROL USING ACID AND CONDUCTIVITY CONTROL,
MICROPROCESSOR-BASED, COMPUTER COMPATIBLE)
PDF WORD
 WT-5 SMALL BOILER SYSTEMS LESS THAN 200 HP
(CHEMICAL FEED CONTROL)
PDF WORD
 WT-6 LARGE BOILER SYSTEMS OVER 200 HP (AUTOMATIC
BLOWDOWN AND INTEGRATED CHEMICAL FEED
MICROPROCESSOR-BASED CONTROL, COMPUTER COMPATIBLE)
PDF WORD
 WT-100 STERILIZATION OF POTABLE WATER SYSTEMS PDF WORD
 WT-200 SAFETY SHOWER AND EYE WASH CHEMICAL
HANDLING AREAS
PDF WORD
 WT-300 BULK PRODUCT DELIVERY
(LARGE COOLING AND BOILER SYSTEMS)
PDF WORD
 WT-400 DISINFECTION EQUIPMENT PDF WORD
 WT-500 CLOSED SYSTEM UPFLOW FILTRATION PDF WORD
 WT-600 COOLING TOWER SIDESTREAM CARTRIDGE FILTRATION PDF WORD




EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION DRAWINGS

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  Drawing File Format
 1201 One-Shot Feeder PDF CAD
 1202 Bypass Brominator PDF CAD
 1203 Bleedoff Solenoid Valve PDF CAD
 1204 Corrosion Coupon Rack PDF CAD
 1205 External Makeup Water Level Control Float PDF CAD
 1206 Corporation Stop - Injection Nozzle PDF CAD
 1207 Contained Chemical Storage Tanks PDF CAD
 1301 Non-Acid Chem Feed & Control Cooling Towers PDF CAD
 1302 pH Adjusted Chem Feed & Control Cooling Towers PDF CAD
 1304 Non-Acid Chem Feed & Control Evap Condensers PDF CAD
 1305 Sensor & Flow Switch Detail Aquatrac S1T PDF CAD
 1306 Lakewood 100 Detail PDF CAD
 1307 Pulsatrol 100 Detail PDF CAD
 1308 Sensor & Flow Switch Detail Pulsatrol 500 Series PDF CAD
 1309 Lakewood 412 Detail PDF CAD
 1310 Sensor & Flow Switch Detail Lakewood 2412 PDF CAD
 1311 Sensor & Flow Switch Detail Aquatrac Flex PDF CAD
 1312 Aquatrac 2 Smart Controller PDF CAD
 1313 Turbine Water Meter PDF CAD
 1401 Chemical Feed System Detail For Small Boilers PDF CAD
 1402 Automatic Boiler Blowdown Motorized Valve Detail PDF CAD
 1404 Surface Blowdown Piping Detail Parker Boilers 7-25 HP PDF CAD
 1405 Sample Cooler Installation Detail PDF CAD
 1406 High Pressure Boiler Chemical Injection Quill Detail PDF CAD
 1407 Large Boiler Chem Feed & Auto Blowdown Detail PDF CAD
 1408 Disinfection Equipment Detail MIOX PDF CAD
 1409 Closed System Filter Installation Detail PDF CAD
 1410 Cooling Tower Sidestream Filter Installation Detail PDF CAD
 1411 Closed System Side Stream Filtration PDF CAD




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