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Preparing Your Cooling Tower For Spring Season

  Keeping your cooling tower clean is imperative, but spring brings new challenges. Heavy storms, late winter weather, and airborne materials can wreak havoc on your cooling tower. Tree seed formation is a common issue, and Cottonwood trees being a major instigator. Seed casings and other contaminants can block inlet airways. Call Chem-Aqua Today To Learn Read more

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Building Management
Preparing Your Cooling Tower For Spring Season
  Keeping your cooling tower clean is imperative, but spring brings new challenges. Heavy storms, late winter weather, and airborne materials can wreak havoc on your cooling tower. Tree Read more
Building Management
Understanding Cycles of Concentration
  Cycles of concentration, or often stated as just cycles, is a core concept when controlling boiler or cooling tower water systems. Running cycles too high can lead scale and corrosion. Read more
Building Management
Water Solutions: The Importance of Maintaining HVAC Coils
  HVAC systems work tirelessly to heat, cool, and clean the air we breathe. But too often, critical components fail to receive regular maintenance, and the consequences are costly. Over Read more
Building Management
Water Solutions: The Main Thing You Need To Know About Your Chiller to Save Time & Money
  When it comes to air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration, energy consumption for industrial chillers is at an all time high. Typically chillers can account for over 50% of the Read more
Building Management
Water Solutions: Improving the Technology Behind Water Treatment
  Outbreaks of disease are always an intriguing and worrying topic with the public, and the widespread news of some very high profile cases regarding water treatment, both in New York Read more
Building Management
Waterborne Pathogens are Thriving and it’s Because of Green Energy Initiatives with Dominick Tuzzo of Chem-Aqua
  Today's Building Management podcast explores an interesting cause and effect within the industry. In the last several years, the push for more green water conservation initiatives has Read more

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Finishing Industry Trends and Challenges: Manufacturing A Stronger Standard
July 2, 2022
This episode of Manufacturing A Stronger Standard is live from FABTECH 2021. Host and President of LestaUSA and DeGeest Corp. Derek DeGeest, talked with Scott Francis, editor-in-chief of Products Finishing, the Read more
Manufacturing a Stronger Standard: Richard Wilcox and LestaUSA Increasing Customers’ Production with New Automation Systems
July 2, 2022
Achieving automation on the finishing side requires many pieces—two of the most important being the conveyor system and robotics. Host of Manufacturing a Stronger Standard Derek DeGeest spoke with Systems Sales Read more
Manufacturing a Stronger Standard: Nordson Customer Success with LestaUSA Technology
July 2, 2022
Derek DeGeest was back at FABTECH 2021 for another Manufacturing a Stronger Standard conversation. He spoke with Frank Mohar, Regional Sales Manager at Nordson, about the partnership between the companies and Read more
All Water Solutions with Chem-Aqua
Preparing Your Cooling Tower For Spring Season
April 28, 2021
  Keeping your cooling tower clean is imperative, but spring brings new challenges. Heavy storms, late winter weather, and airborne materials can wreak havoc on your cooling tower. Tree seed formation is a common issue, and Cottonwood trees being a major instigator. Seed casings and other contaminants can block inlet airways. Call Chem-Aqua Today To Learn Read more
Understanding Cycles of Concentration
April 3, 2020
  Cycles of concentration, or often stated as just cycles, is a core concept when controlling boiler or cooling tower water systems. Running cycles too high can lead scale and corrosion. Running cycles too low can lead to wasted water. But what is really meant by the phrase “cycles of concentration?” Basically, it is telling us how many times the water Read more
Water Solutions: The Importance of Maintaining HVAC Coils
December 10, 2019
  HVAC systems work tirelessly to heat, cool, and clean the air we breathe. But too often, critical components fail to receive regular maintenance, and the consequences are costly. Over time, condenser, evaporator, and air handler coils accumulate dirt, grease, and bacteria from the air and environment. Without proper cleaning, this buildup compromises Read more
Water Solutions: The Main Thing You Need To Know About Your Chiller to Save Time & Money
October 16, 2019
  When it comes to air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration, energy consumption for industrial chillers is at an all time high. Typically chillers can account for over 50% of the electricity used in a single facility. It goes without saying, that an inefficient chiller can be catastrophically wasteful and economically costly to a business, which Read more
Water Solutions: Improving the Technology Behind Water Treatment
April 19, 2019
  Outbreaks of disease are always an intriguing and worrying topic with the public, and the widespread news of some very high profile cases regarding water treatment, both in New York City and Flint, Michigan, have left people concerned about water treatment, Legionnaires disease and the need for stricter laws and better practices concerning water Read more
Waterborne Pathogens are Thriving and it’s Because of Green Energy Initiatives with Dominick Tuzzo of Chem-Aqua
February 5, 2019
  Today's Building Management podcast explores an interesting cause and effect within the industry. In the last several years, the push for more green water conservation initiatives has created an unexpected issue in home and building water supplies. With conservative toilet flushes, low-flow shower heads, and automatic sinks, water is left sitting in Read more
Listen: Protecting the People from Pathogens with Tony Self of Chem-Aqua
August 22, 2018
  Imagine a building undergoing renovations, needing to shut off some water pipes and therefore leading to a dead leg of piping. Now imagine, once the renovations are completed, that water is flushed right back into the system. You may have just put a pathogen in your entire building's water supply. When it comes to water treatment, whether on a domestic or Read more