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Parkson Upgrades Water Disinfection System to Cut Costs at Hawaiian Water Recycling Plant

Parkson_General-6in4We are proud to announce that our exclusive partner, Parkson, has upgraded a water recycling facility in Hawaii with the MaximOS™ sodium hypochlorite generator on-site generation disinfection system that will deliver immediate savings in operating costs while maintaining the highest water quality standards.

John Deogracias, Parkson’s Commercial Leader for MaximOS said, “The three largest expenses for any plant are labor, power and chemicals.  The technology behind MaximOS is state of the art and allows for the most reliable and efficient means to support  the water recycling facility operator’s O&M budget.”

The Hawaiian water recycling facility is an award-winning site that serves a critical function on the island, by helping to preserve the state’s valuable drinking water supplies. The 13 million gallons/day facility relies on MaximOS and other technologies to facilitate irrigation by the municipal government and supply process water for a power plants and oil refinery water.

Read the full press release here.

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Press Release: MIOX Presents at Cooling Tower Institute (CTI) Conference

Read the full press release here on the MIOX website.

Increasing Power Plant Output Using a New Methodology for Cooling Loop Maintenance

Tom Muilenberg, MIOX Director of Commercial Operations and Cem Candir, MIOX VP of Sales & Marketing will present the technical paper “How Stripping Biofilm from the Cooling Water Loop Impacts Power Plant Production Output” at the Cooling Tower Institute (CTI) Conference in Corpus Christi, TX on Monday, February 4, 2013.

MIOX presents a cost effective and CTI Conferenceenvironmentally friendly methodology to biofilm control within the cooling water loop. This proven approach utilizes MIOX patented technology and Mixed Oxidant Solution (MOS) chemistry for improved heat exchange efficiency, resulting in a significant increase in power plant production output.

“The switch to MOS chemistry from bulk hypochlorite allowed one of our power plant customers to condense return steam more efficiently. Besides achieving operational cost less than the bulk hypochlorite, the power plant added $30 million worth of power annually in to the grid.” noted Mr. Candir.

 

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