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About

 

Since 1980, Watertech of America has combined total system management with chemical and equipment expertise for the treatment of water and wastewater in the industrial and commercial markets. This combination of services makes us unique in the industry. 

Combining our knowledge of industrial boiler water treatment, cooling water treatment and wastewater treatment, and a thorough understanding of your specific systems, plus the application of superior products and chemicals is the cornerstone of Watertech. We are committed to providing technological and engineering expertise, quality products, and process improvement services. Because of this commitment, we will reduce your cost of operation, improve efficiency levels, and increase your profits.

Industries Served
Watertech is committed to its core competency of water treatment. We specialize in serving heavy and light industrial, food processing, healthcare, and commercial facilities that are interested in controlling operating and maintenance costs, minimizing operator time on program management, improving employee safety, and meeting strict discharge limits.

Our Mission
Our mission is to create value to the industrial, commercial, and institutional marketplace through innovative water management. With knowledge based solutions designed to manage and sustain resources such as water and energy, our goal is to provide exceptional service, predictable results and 100% customer satisfaction.

How We Do Business

We believe that how we do business is just as important as what we do. Our people are the proof. Watertech is staffed by experts with an average of 22 years of water treatment experience per man. This means you can trust and have confidence in our ability to solve those difficult problems. We will deliver on our promise to give you knowledge based consultation, enhanced equipment and the best quality chemicals and equipment. 

 

 

 

 
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Blog
Is Your Vendor a Supplier or a Partner?

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Promote Your Sustainability Successes

August 2016 ePub Newsletter
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Benefits of Employee Training and Development

February 2017 ePub Newsletter
Blog
Feedwater Tank vs. Deaerator: How to Choose

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Why It Pays to Promote Your Sustainability Successes

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Continuous Blowdown Method of Boiler Layup

The CDP or Continuous Blowdown method of boiler layup consists of piping continuous surface blowdown from the operating boiler to the bottom of the stand-by boiler.
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What to Consider When Selecting the Right Biocide

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The Cost (Savings) of Automation

September 2016 ePub Newsletter
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Healthy Microbes Are Key to “Superstar” Wastewater Management

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How Your Water Guy Can Help You With Your Digester

November 2016 ePub Newsletter
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Cut Down Your Water Costs

July 2016 ePub Newsletter
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Maintaining Cycles of Concentration

Your water treatment specialist can help you determine what the maximum number of cycles is for your system.
News
Watertech Welcomes Shane Forrest As Territory Manager

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How to Make Cooling System Start-up a Breeze This Year

March 2017 ePub Newsletter
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Game Changer in Wastewater Management

January 2017 ePub Newsletter
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Tapping into water savings? Your first step is a site audit.

October 2016 ePub Newsletter
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Cooling Tower Operation and Maintenance is the Key for Improved Energy Efficiency

Are you showing your cooling tower the TLC it needs to be running at its peak performance efficiently?
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Measuring and Controlling Dissolved Solids

Your water treatment company can help you set surface blowdown conductivity control limits that maintain the dissolved solids in a safe, economical range.
News
Watertech Names Jon Tiegs Vice President

Watertech has promoted Jon Tiegs to Vice President
Blog
How to Make Cooling System Start-up a Breeze This Year

Blog
Feedwater Tank Vs. Deaerator: How to Choose

December 2016 ePub Newsletter
Articles
Hmong Vang joins Watertech as Application Specialist

Watertech has added Hmong Vang as Application Specialist
Blog
Boiler Shutdown

If proper care is not taken during the shutdown stage, these solids can settle out in drums and tubes and dry to a hard, tightly held deposit that could require chemical or severe mechanical cleaning.
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How a Surface Blowdown System Works

Take a look at how a typical surface blowdown system works.

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