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Updated by CulliganIndustrialWater on Jan 11, 2019
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Five Key Traits of an Industrial Water System

Many industrial companies rely on water for their daily processes, but they might not know how much planning and customization is required to create a perfectly functioning industrial water treatment system. We decided to explore the subject here, but to learn more about exactly what it takes to make an ideal industrial water system, visit us at www.CulliganIndustrialWater.com.

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Customized Components

Customized Components

Although water is an integral part of the daily processes for most companies, each industry has its own strict regulations for the quality of source water that they use. One system that works perfectly for an automaker, looks and works completely differently than a water treatment system that is for a pharmaceutical manufacturer. Culligan takes each industry-specific requirement into consideration when designing a fully customized system that works for each particular company’s needs.

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Fully functioning monitoring system

Fully functioning monitoring system

One of the most essential components in an industrial water treatment system is a fully functioning monitoring system. The system acts as a safeguard, ensuring that every aspect of the Culligan industrial water treatment system is working exactly as it should -- preventing the system from going offline for unexpected maintenance.

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Regularly scheduled maintenance

Regularly scheduled maintenance

In order to ensure that an industrial water system is running smoothly and efficiently, it must undergo routine maintenance. This regular maintenance prevents unexpected breakdowns, which can cause companies to pause their processes and can be extremely costly. Culligan schedules their experts to service their clients’ custom industrial water treatment systems on-site on a dependable schedule, keeping their systems running consistently.

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Adequately treated process water

Adequately treated process water

Prior to releasing industrial water into the environment, it must be treated to meet federal regulations and standards. Culligan properly incorporates process water filtration systems into its industrial water treatment systems, helping companies avoid expensive repair problems, avoid steep fines, and mitigate downtime.

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Proper Installation

Proper Installation

Even the most well-designed industrial water treatment system will do a company no good if it isn’t properly installed. If components are placed incorrectly, the system will not work as intended and can make routine maintenance far more difficult and time consuming than necessary. Culligan has the in-house experts with the knowledge and expertise to correctly install the system quickly and at a reasonable cost!

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Conclusion

Although these five aspects of industrial water treatment systems are extremely important to the systems’ operation, they are not the only parts worthy of consideration. To learn more about how to invest in a Culligan industrial water treatment system, visit us at www.CulliganIndustrialWater.com today!