Closing the Gap Between the Cause and the Outcome
The quality and safety of potable water produced by drinking water treatment facilities are subject to certain Provincial (in Canada), State (in the USA), and (in some instances) Federal regulations. Multiple mandatory tests provided by the drinking water treatment facilities on a periodic basis allow the identification of many water quality and safety problems once they've occurred, but these tests would not tell you why a certain water quality and/or safety problem occurred, where the source of the problem lies, how to address it the most effective way, and what needs to be done towards preventing the said problem from happening again.
The Innosol instrumentation and methodology is the definitive solution to in-situ tracking down the source of said problems. Innosol allows detection of many water quality and safety problems at a very early stage and eliminating them proactively such that a water treatment facility would not fail mandatory water quality and safety tests. Moreover, the Innosol instrumentation offers the unique set of economic and water quality&safety benefits to a drinking water treatment facility and water distribution system.
The following paragraphs provide practical examples of what Innosol instrumentation is capable of:
Don't waste money overusing disinfection chemicals, a band-aid solution that requires their costly removal downstream. Read more
Are you chasing fires? A conscientious automobile owner knows that routine maintenance and keeping an eye on wear is the key to a reliable, smooth running car. Waiting until something gives puts the car out of service and gives you a sudden expense, often much more than the cost of maintenance. It's the same for a drinking water treatment facility. We help you identify problems in treatment stages before the worst happens. Read more
Safety costs less. The first truly in-line (in-situ) real-time detection system, Innosol, allows to monitor, and optimize any part of a water treatment process, and alert on any undesirable changes in any of the stages of drinking water treatment process, thus providing substantial economic, water quality and safety values that was not available before. The Innosol instrumentation provides in-situ simultaneous but separate (by type) detection, count, and sizing of suspended solids while invoking unique Innosol ability to distinguish between inorganic, organic, and biological particles. For example, by quantifiably understanding the composition of suspended solids in your source, you can use your current flocculation/coagulation chemicals more effectively to save at least 20% on the cost of these chemicals, plus the cost of labor and slug removal. Innosol is also optimizing sedimentation, filtration (gravity, backwashable, and nano/micro-filtration), disinfection, and other processes. Read more
The North American Water Quality Association WQA selected the Innosol technology and instrumentation as one of the most important innovations. Search for Innosol here
"...Innovative Multi-Application Large Volume Contaminant Detector: Reduces Process Costs, Monitors Product Water Quality, and Enhances Consumer Safety...The new instrumentation platform, Innosol-PLF, allows in-situ (online) detection, sizing, counting, and advanced monitoring of a wide range of biological and inorganic suspended solids (and more) in thousands of gallons of water and other liquid media, allowing for a number of unique cost-saving applications in industrial, commercial, and municipal markets..."
See how Innosol instrumentation can benefit your facility
The value added summary breaks down the benefits of Innosol instrumentation stage by stage in water treatment processes so you can see what applies to your facility.
Free-of-charge on-site in-situ in-depth analysis of performance of all stages of water treatment processes and distribution.
Managers or engineers of Canadian and US Drinking water treatment facilities and water distribution systems are offered free-of-charge help to learn in depth performance of all water-treatment processes at their sites to identify ways of improving water quality, water safety, and economic efficiency of potable water production and distribution. Strict confidentiality guaranteed where requested.