Municipal water treatment plants are critical in providing safe, clean water to their community residents. Without the effective, consistent treatment and processing of water, disease and illness would be rampant. All water treatment plant managers know the difficulties they have to deal with due to the occurrence of scale in the piping system of the plant.
Scale buildup inside the metal piping system at all water treatment facilities is one of the most common and costly problems faced by facilities managers. Each year municipal water treatment plants spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on chemicals and repairs associated with the problems of scale and corrosion.
The Sidon Integro™ naturally restructures and conditions the water by injecting electrons into the water with enough energy to break up the bonding which would otherwise naturally occur between elements; namely calcium and magnesium. The result is the elimination of scale and corrosion in metal piping. Due to the structure of the water, fewer chemicals will be required to break down and process the water. Significant maintenance costs and labor time will be reduced in maintaining the extensive maze of piping and expensive equipment.