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As Watertech celebrates over forty years within the industry we continue to grow geographically, within Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota, and we continue to offer more products and services to encompass more capabilities than most. Our focus at Watertech is to be your single point of contact to enable a focused approach to our customers needs and requirements.
 
With emphasis on convenience and services Watertech of America is proud to offer a complete range of flexible business solutions to manage our customers’ needs. Our goal is to always exceed expectations. We do this by building a strong relationship where we truly understand our customer’s needs so we can offer an individualized approach. 
 
Watertech specializes in water treatment within Pre-Treatment, Boiler, Cooling, Wastewater, and Potable Water applications. Our services and product offering within these segments include:

 
 Chemicals  Equipment  Services  
 Scale & Corrosion Inhibitors
 Control and Feed  Freedom Plus Drumless Delivery
 Oxygen Scavengers  Pre-treatment 
 Corrosion & Deposit Monitoring
 Steam Line & Condensate Treatments  Installation & Service
 Deposit/Laboratory Analysis
 Boiler Layup Treatments  Metering  Onsite Analysis
 Boil Out & Cleaners  Remote Communications  WTLink Remote Monitoring
 Aquafilm – Filming Agents  Inspections
 Closed Loop Treatments  Energy/Water Usage Studies
 Steam Trap Testing
 
 
 Chemicals Equipment Services  
Scale Inhibitors  
Control and Feed Equipment Legionella Testing/Control/Prevention
Corrosion Inhibitors    Pre-treatment Equipment
Freedom Plus Hands-Free Delivery
Biocides Installation and Service Deposit Analysis/Laboratory Support 
Closed Loop Treatments Pulse~Pure®/Chemical Free Onsite Analysis
Anti-foams/Defoamers Evapco Water Saver™ Corrosion and Deposit Monitoring   
Cleaners
Side Stream Filtration Microbiological Testing  
Dispersants Metering WTLink Remote Monitoring
Envirodose™Online Tracer
Remote Communications Cooling Tower Cleanings
Smart Shield / Solids    
Glycol Delivery    
 
 
 Chemicals  Equipment Services 
Flocculants Control & Feed Equipment Freedom Plus Delivery 
Coagulants  Remote Monitoring Corrosion and Deposit Monitoring 
Activated carbon Metering Laboratory Support Services
Antifoams/Defoamers  Custom Automation Solutions Onsite Analysis
Metal Precipitants  Online Contaminant Monitoring System Optimization 
Paint Detackifiers  Polymer Makedown Systems Offsite DAF Studies
Odor Control Agents  Ultrafiltration Bulk/Tanker Deliveries
Polymer Solvents     
Open Market/Basic Chemistries    
Peracitic Acid    
Hydrogen Peroxide    
 
 
 Chemicals  Equipment Services 
Chlorine Point-of-Use Infection Control Filters Water Management Plans
Monochloramine  Sanikill Monochloramine Waterborne Pathogen Testing
Chlorine Dioxide Dioxide Pacific Chlorine Dioxide Generator Consulting

Liquid Chlorine & Chlorine Dioxide Feed System
Potable Water Treatment

Saniware VA Directive 1060 Water Monitoring Panel Emergency Disinfection Chlorination


Continuous Potable Water Treatment


Legionella Remediation Services
 
 Chemicals  Equipment Services 
Resin Cleaners New Equipment Installation and Start-Up
Caustic  Softeners Preventive Maintenance
RO Anti-scalant Reverse Osmosis As Needed Repairs
SBS Media Filters Cleaning

Dealkalizers Optimization

Demineralizers Troubleshooting

Steam Traps  
 
What sets Watertech apart from others in the industry?
Watertech supplies a comprehensive range of specialty water treatment chemicals, equipment, and services, but what really sets us apart from the competition is our thoughtful approach to problem solving. At Watertech we pride ourselves in creating unmatched customer experiences. Each facility is unique. We take the time to listen and fully understand each facility’s specific challenges and goals to recommend the best fit solution. With over 40 years of experience in the industry we can leverage the collective knowledge of our team to troubleshoot even the most challenging situations. Having our sales engineers, equipment design group, pretreatment services and chemical delivery all under one roof, allows us to be nimble and provide the most efficient response.
 
Why use Watertech?
  • Site assessment & systems review
  • Extensive product range
  • System KPIs & testing
  • Watertech-U – Customer Training Center
  • Safety-Minded
  • Equipment design, installation, service and support
  • Pretreatment contract service
  • Drumless chemical delivery
  • Proactive monitoring
  • Efficiency reporting
  • Installation & start up
  • Systems audit 
  • Results
  • Our commitment to service
 
For more detailed information on our full product offering or to have your local Territory Manager perform an initial survey, please contact us at info@watertechusa.com or 414-425-3339. 
 
 
 
Jerry Colarossi, Sales Manager
Jerry has over 30 years’ experience working in chemical sales management. He joined Watertech in 2020 as Sales Manager to help lead our team of Sales Engineers. 

 
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Articles
Welcome Jerry Colarossi
Welcome Jerry Colarossi, Sales Manager 
Save up to 15% on energy costs. EndoTherm can be installed into ANY hydronic heating, process, and chilled loop system. 
Technical document with tips for reopening a building after closure. 
60 Seconds with Shane Forrest
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Shane Forrest, Territory Manager 
60 Seconds with Shayan Beg
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Shayan Beg, Territory Manager 
60 Seconds with Tom Koeppen
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Tom Koeppen, Territory Manager 
60 Seconds with Julie Kutil
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Julie Kutil, Customer Service Manager 
60 Seconds with Hmong Vang
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Hmong Vang - Applications Specialist 
60 Seconds with Jeff Bodendorfer
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Jeff Bodendorfer - Territory Manager 
60 Seconds with Karen Gavin
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Karen Gavin - Operations Manager 
60 Seconds with Kyle Pachowitz
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Kyle Pachowitz – Territory Manager / Healthcare Account Specialist 
60 Seconds with Liz Craig
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Liz Craig – Customer Service  
60 Seconds with Dave Kerr
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Dave Kerr – Applications Specialist. 
60 Seconds with Jason Waack
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Jason Waack – Territory Manager. 
An article from Water Conditioning & Purification that highlights various filtration media, their performance properties and best applications. 
Tufts University School of Medicine found that more than 617,000 hospitalizations from 1991 to 2006 were related to three common opportunistic waterborne pathogens. 
60 Seconds with Jeff Freitag
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Jeff Freitag – Director of Sales. 
60 Seconds with Jon Tiegs
Meet the Team – Employee spotlight: Jon Tiegs, Vice President. 
Download the annual surveys from the CDC's National Healthcare Safety Network. 
CMS says WMP's are necessary to be compliant. 
CMS Memo to State Survey Directors 
This toolkit is designed to help people understand which buildings and devices need a Legionella water management program to reduce the risk for Legionnaires’ disease. 
3 Key factors to consider when feeding an emulsion polymer. 
Legionaires' Disease – A problem for health care facilities. 
CWT Brochure
When you see CWT you have one of the industry’s best working for you. 
Certified Water Technologists Code of Ethics 
AWT Environmental Statement
AWT Environmental Statement The Association of Water Technologies (AWT) is an association of over 500 U.S. and international water treatment companies that provide water treatment programs for many diverse institutional, commercial and industrial water users. 
An article from Forbes addressing the importance of water to utility industry executives. 
A guide describing a process for assuring that building design intention matches actual energy consumption. 
Map of the U.S. identifying the hardness of water in milligrams per liter in specific locations. 
Guidelines to improve boiler performance allowing you to achieve more cost effective maintenance of a steam system. 
Five examples of how a plate heat exchanger can provide benefits for process heating applications. 
Legionella guide from the World Health Organization. 
Environmental Protection Agency rules governing large and small boilers used at area source facilities. 
Causes and solutions to fouling in heat exchangers.  
Strategies to optimize heat exchanger efficiency. 
Identifying problems that a good water management system can control. 
Boiler logging will reduce accidents, downtime, and equipment loss. 
Scale in boiler water systems is a very common issue. Consult with water treatment specialists to treat and prevent it.  
A list of instrument readings to be taken daily and recorded in your boiler log. 
Energy management basics that should be a part of your everyday checklist routine. 
Partial listing of sizing and installation highlights for steam pressure system safety valves. 
Guide to achieving 50% energy savings toward a net-zero energy building. 
A guide to understanding chemical water treatment in cooling and boiler water systems. 
A brief guide to better understanding boiler water conductivity. 
Information for proper fall shutdown of cooling equipment. 
Decrease your energy costs by using these proven effective guidelines. 
Solutions for water use and energy reduction in order to increase your bottom line and protect the environment. 
Ideas to limit water use in ethanol production utilizing a "reduce, reuse, recycle" frame of mind. 
Understanding our water footprint in order to better conserve water. 
Filtration using step-down particle retention can help reduce operating costs and achieve cleaner solutions. 
Innovative chemistries, optimization of systems and water conservation as these topics relate to scale, corrosion and microbiological prevention. 
Benefits of online benchmarking systems for facilities management. 
Knowing the cost of steam to improve your bottom line. 
Understanding energy metrics to limit energy use. 
New ways to save water in dairy processing. 
Energy reduction strategies for optimizing your bottom line. 
Five helpful tips for integrating environment, health and safety into company culture. 
Different selections of pumps for boiler water applications. 
Reduce your blowdown need to zero and cycle water without limit. 
Identifying key components of the boiler system and how water chemistry relates to Key Performance Indicators.  
Piping dead-legs, source of plant maintenance and safety incidents. 
Necessary steps that need to be taken prior to starting boilers after a lay-up period. 
Ice control and different ice formations in various types of cooling towers. 
Important connections and opportunities between water and energy. 
Guidelines for maintaining optimal water quality in evaporation cooling equipment. 
A checklist for monthly cooling tower maintenance. 
Table of conversion factors. 
10 ways that you can save time and money, prevent litigation and illness, and maybe even save a life as they relate to Legionella.  
Free cooling helps you reduce refrigeration energy consumption by using evaporative cooling equipment to produce chilled water in cool weather. 
Explaining the different types of boiler logs, what these logs can tell you, and who is all responsible for these logs. 
Benefits of using liquid polymers in water-treatment applications and accommodating their unique characteristics. 
Criteria you should consider when evaluating your next cooling tower purchase. 
Tips from Chemical Processing to make fullest use of its hot water, and thus cutting energy consumption. 
Part 1 - Describing some potentially catastrophic events that power and recovery boilers are prone to if not properly maintained. 
Part 2 - Describing some potentially catastrophic events that power and recovery boilers are prone to if not properly maintained. 
Part 3 - Describing some potentially catastrophic events that power and recovery boilers are prone to if not properly maintained. 
General water management guide for facility managers. 
Strategies for reducing energy savings in large office buildings by up to 50%. 
Sustainable and operational benefits of molded, HDPE cooling towers. 
Maintenance requirements to prevent scale from occurring in your boiler. 
Optimization efforts taken by several chemical manufacturers to reduce their water footprint.  
Understanding the key components of cooling towers and how to improve water efficiency. 
How to prevent/minimize Legionella in your water systems. 
Blogs
Is Your Plant’s Pre-Treatment Equipment A Top Priority? For Watertech, it is!  
Guidance and recommended actions for returning water systems to regular use. 
Watertech offers a complete range of flexible business solutions to manage our customers’ needs.  
Watertech offers products and solutions to help meet your sustainability efforts.  
Use these calculations to help determine if it might be time to consider using an Anti-Scalant. 
HVAC cooling tower shutdown and cleaning recommendations from Watertech, OSHA, CDC and CTI.  
Stagnant water in a plumbing system can drastically increase the risk of exposure to Legionella and other harmful water borne pathogens. 
Watertech: Swipe right to build a great vendor relationship! 
What is the Impact of an RO System on a Boiler Water Treatment Program? 
Improving condensate return can save on water, energy and chemicals. 
EndoTherm is an additive that is proven to reduce energy usage in heating and cooling closed loop recirculating systems.  
The Impact of Stagnant Water on Industrial and Potable Water Systems 
Why should water treatment automation be a top priority? 
Maximize the Potential of Pretreatment 
Happy 40th Anniversary Watertech! 
How to manage your boiler system when results are out of range.  
Give Thanks for Water 
5 Deaerator problems to watch for to help ensure high quality feed water. 
Learn how the salt you choose can have a significant impact on system performance. 
Filming agents prevent scale and corrosion by forming a protective layer on all metal surfaces. 
Tips to keep sensors clean and working effectively to help avoid operational challenges that are costly to correct.  
The number one threat to business development is access to fresh water. This has prompted more to seek careers in the water industry. 
How to manage your cooling system when results are out of range.  
Advancements and innovations in water treatment equipment and controllers make life easier, but more importantly, provide ways to achieve better and more accurate results. 
When boiler water turns to steam solids are left behind. Bottom blowdown and surface blowdown are two methods to reduce solids and help maintain your system. 
Side stream filtration is an important but often overlooked component of an effective cooling water treatment program. 
January is a great time to reassess business strategies and include some water treatment resolutions that could improve the health of your company. 
Biocides can be used for many applications including healthcare, food & beverage, industrial, and commercial. Choosing the proper disinfection technology is critical. 
Water and energy are very much interrelated and dependent upon one another, this co-dependency is called the Water-Energy Nexus. 
Are you considering a chemical-free, cooling water treatment solution? It is important to fully understand your system design and the unique characteristics of your application when making a decision. 
Being proactive and thorough in your approach to maintenance saves time and money in the long run.  
Canned Water for Kids (cW4K) is a great local charity that is making a global impact to help ensure all children have access to clean, safe drinking water. 
Ordering and receiving a glycol delivery should be a fairly straightforward and easy process; however, it takes some insight and planning to avoid complications.  
Making changes in how you use salt in your facility can help protect our fresh water resources, and potentially reduce your operating costs.  
Softeners are a critical component to the water treatment system. They help remove minerals to reduce scale and build-up in piping and heat transfer equipment. 
Sloppy sludge is a challenge in wastewater treatment. It pays to be informed on treatment equipment and how chemicals can impact this process. 
Having a team that has been trained in proper safety procedures and practices ensures not only their own safety, but also the safety of customers. 
The water characteristics of Waukesha’s existing water supply and Lake Michigan water are quite different and will require users to consider how they manage their boiler and cooling water water treatment.. 
Learning how to properly install and maintain your boiler conductivity electrode will help improve the performance of your boiler. 
A holiday blog highlighting 12 days of service in the water industry. Happy 2017. Thank you for your partnership. 
Have You Hugged Your Boiler Today?
How you maintain and operate your steam boiler has a direct effect on the amount of energy, water and chemicals it uses. 
Now is the time to ensure your system's HVAC coils are freeze protected and working properly. A frozen coil not only causes water damage, there is also the replacement cost and downtime for repairs when it is least convenient. 
This article outlines a few common problems that can damage or destroy a boiler. Providing proper water treatment and regular maintenance can help prolong equipment life.  
Industrial facilities use large amounts of fresh water. By reducing water usage, facilities also achieve reduced energy cost, chemical cost savings, and other benefits. 
While it is important to be compliant with the latest laws and regulations, the focal point of any effective Water Management Plan should put patient safety first.  
Sanitizers are required in food and beverage facilities. Choosing the right sanitizer can impact wastewater treatment.  
When a vendor relationship is built on trust, good communication, and a sincere investment in your business, it will drive meaningful value and a sustained competitive advantage. 
Choosing the right biocide saves money, by reducing downtime and maintenance costs, and increasing production efficiency.  
The time invested in preparation for cooling system start-up can pay big dividends later in the season. 
Proper preparation in the preseason is critical to ensure system efficiency, sustainability, and dependability. 
An effective employee training strategy can help employees be more productive, confident and boost moral. 
Bioaugmentation can be a game-changer for wastewater management, breaking down organic matter and cleaning up waste streams.  
A comparison of feedwater tanks and deaerators for storing and treating boiler feedwater. 
Waste-to-energy initiatives can greatly benefit communities by mitigating various environmental concerns like pathogen control, odor control, and groundwater contamination.  
A site audit can identify ways to reduce water, chemical, and energy usage.  
Watertech an Exhibitor at the 2016 WHEA Technical Exhibition
Watertech is an exhibitor at the 2016 WHEA Technical Exhibit in Green Bay 
Automation allows facility managers and water system operators to be more efficient.  
Driving down the cost of water through initiatives that reduce and recycle water is good for business and good for the environment.  
Lombardi Walk/Run To Tackle Cancer
Vince Lombardi Walk/Run to Tackle Cancer - Milwaukee 
Between the price volatility of water, a growing concern for freshwater supply, and the necessity of water use in production processes, maintenance, and human consumption, it can be difficult for business owners and facility managers to manage water use in a way that is both good for business and good for the environment.  
Are you showing your cooling tower the TLC it needs to be running at its peak performance efficiently? 
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. 
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.  
Your water treatment specialist can help you determine what the maximum number of cycles is for your system. 
Your water treatment company can help you set surface blowdown conductivity control limits that maintain the dissolved solids in a safe, economical range. 
June 28th Symposium and Open House
On June 28th Watertech of America celebrated our first annual Symposium and Open House! 
Don’t be dissuaded by new regulations designed to reduce phosphorus in the Great Lakes Region watershed. Take a holistic wastewater management approach to meet discharge limits and keep you in regulatory compliance. 
Preferred method of performing the bottom blowdown. 
Increasing your feedwater temperature to above 180 degrees F will help reduce your chemical usage of oxygen scavenger, increase your efficiency and reduce thermal stress.  
Water treatment programs should maximize the frequency at which its water is cycled to prevent scaling.  
Hopefully you have been busy getting your cooling water systems ready for the demand of the coming months 
As the water evaporates in a cooling tower system, it leaves behind all of the dissolved solids that were present in the fresh makeup water used to replenish system losses 
What is a target temperature for your feedwater? 
It is well known that one of the greatest threats to the integrity of a steam system is corrosion due to the effects of dissolved oxygen.