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HydroFLOW 's Prestigious Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Media Contact: Amy Patrick, 425-497-3900, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

September 7, 2017
HydroFLOW USA to Receive Prestigious Water Award
HydroFLOW USA of Redmond, WA, will receive the prestigious Innovative Technology Award from the Water Environment Federation (WEF), an international not-for-profit technical and educational water quality organization. 


The Innovative Technology Award recognizes WEF Associate Members who have introduced new innovative products or services related to the construction, operation or maintenance of treatment facilities.


The HydroFLOW product, powered by Hydropath technology, showed to be extremely innovative with field data supporting the claims of removing struvite build up in pipelines. This product could have an extreme benefit for many plants around the US struggling with this issue in their digesters, connecting pipes and dewatering devices.


HydroFLOW USA will be honored during WEFTEC® 2017, the world’s largest annual water quality conference and exhibition, in Chicago on October 3.


For more information about the WEF Awards, visit https://www.wef.org/awards
For more information about HydroFLOW USA, visit https://www.hydroflow-usa.com
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About WEF The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization of 34,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations representing water quality professionals around the world. Since 1928, WEF and its members have protected public health and the environment. As a global water sector leader, our mission is to connect water professionals; enrich the expertise of water professionals; increase the awareness of the impact and value of water; and provide a platform for water sector innovation. To learn more, visit www.wef.org.

HydroFLOW 2017 Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Media Contact: Amy Patrick, 425-497-3900, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. September 7, 2017
HydroFLOW USA to Receive Prestigious Water Award
HydroFLOW USA of Redmond, WA, will receive the prestigious Innovative Technology Award from the Water Environment Federation (WEF), an international not-for-profit technical and educational water quality organization.
The Innovative Technology Award recognizes WEF Associate Members who have introduced new innovative products or services related to the construction, operation or maintenance of treatment facilities.
The HydroFLOW product, powered by Hydropath technology, showed to be extremely innovative with field data supporting the claims of removing struvite build up in pipelines. This product could have an extreme benefit for many plants around the US struggling with this issue in their digesters, connecting pipes and dewatering devices.
HydroFLOW USA will be honored during WEFTEC® 2017, the world’s largest annual water quality conference and exhibition, in Chicago on October 3.
For more information about the WEF Awards, visit https://www.wef.org/awards
For more information about HydroFLOW USA, visit https://www.hydroflow-usa.com
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About WEF The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization of 34,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations representing water quality professionals around the world. Since 1928, WEF and its members have protected public health and the environment. As a global water sector leader, our mission is to connect water professionals; enrich the expertise of water professionals; increase the awareness of the impact and value of water; and provide a platform for water sector innovation. To learn more, visit www.wef.org.

Conditioners replaces water softeners

Conditioners replace water softeners
Posted: Sunday, September 6, 2015 6:00 am
Audrey Jenkins/For The New Mexican | 0 comments

Physical water conditioners are devices that prevent the build-up of hard limescale in a non-chemical manner. They achieve this by influencing the dissolved minerals, calcium and magnesium in a way that prevents them from forming scale (calcium carbonate) in your water pipes, heaters, and appliances. Physical water conditioners work in your water with varying degrees of success, based on many factors including water flow, hardness, operating temperatures, and water chemistry. The following information presents a sense of available water-treatment technologies and their advantages, as well as their shortcomings.
Magnets and Electromagnets These were the first physical water conditioners that appeared after the discovery that water flowing over magnetic rock did not build up scale. These can appear in the form of permanent magnets or electromagnets. The drawback here is that water must be moving for the magnets to be effective — essentially requiring that your water is flowing constantly. This is never the case in residential use. More importantly, there is no reliable scientific evidence to prove that the claimed benefits are actually produced.
Wire-wrapped coils There are numerous manufacturers of the wire-wrapped electromagnetic technology, which is based on wrapping one or two coils around your water pipe. These coils produce a low-frequency magnetic field. In general, coils are only effective on water as it moves through the coils; as a result, when water is not flowing, Mother Nature returns it to its resting state — a condition that allows limescale to build up in your water system.
Media-based systems These prevent scale by converting dissolved minerals into microscopic crystal particles. In this stable form, calcium and magnesium do not attach to pipes and appliances. This technology requires significant altering of your plumbing and ongoing media replacement. Media-based systems are very limited in their ability to deal with very hard water, such as we have here in the Santa Fe area.
High-frequency induced-signal technology This works by inducing a high-frequency wave signal into the water column of the plumbing system. The resulting signal causes the positive and negative mineral ions to cluster and form microscopic suspended crystals when they sense a temperature or pressure change, rather than forming scale. This signal (unlike magnetic technologies) prevents scale whether the water is moving or not. This patented technology produces a signal 25,000 times stronger than wire-wrap technologies and also effectively kills bacteria, making it ideal for use on private wells.
Given the need for us to live in ways that protect and honor our endangered environment, physical water conditioning has a definite place in our buildings. Unfortunately, inconsistent technologies have discouraged people. Doing your homework can lead you to a positive and environmentally responsible experience. When you go to various websites to do your research, make sure you look beyond the hype for evidence of documented technology and longstanding success in residential and commercial markets.
Audrey Jenkins has 20-plus years of experience in the water treatment field, focusing on leading-edge technologies that support health and the environment. Her company, New Water Innovations (1512 Pacheco Street, Santa Fe), is the exclusive New Mexico distributor for HydroFLOW, a patented high-frequency, induced-signal, scale-prevention technology. Contact her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (505)216-0880.

Advanced Water Technology Roundtable

MAY 02, 2016
Udall Launches Water Technology
Innovation Initiative with Roundtable
Discussion Featuring Sandia Labs
Researchers, Water Tech Leaders, Local
Students
Focus on developing water efficiency technology
could help NM turn challenge into strength and
jobs
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Today, U.S. Senator Tom Udall initiated the first of several
conversations he will hold about how he can help stimulate new jobs by supporting
cutting-edge technologies that save water, energy and money for businesses and
consumers.
At a roundtable at Applied Technology Associates in the Sandia Science &
Technology Park, Udall gathered leaders in water technology, including architect
Dale Dekker and developer Gary Goodman, representatives of water technology
companies, and scientists from Sandia National Laboratories. Participants shared
research and ideas for how to improve water technology to promote efficiency. And a
group of students from the Bosque School and Rio Rancho High School shared their
work with the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program.
"Albuquerque is a leader in water conservation, making great strides as a center for
water technology development - and we have to be. New Mexico's arid climate
means drought is always a threat. We have to make every drop count, and where
possible, count more than once," Udall said. "But we can turn this challenge into a
strength - and create jobs - by leading the nation in water technology innovation.
Building on what we're already doing in water technology also will help us become
more efficient and strengthen our economy. I initiated this conversation because
collaboration, innovation and better coordination are critical to make progress, and I
want to be a strong partner for this effort in Washington."
The effort builds on Udall's work as an advocate for technology transfer - turning
research done at New Mexico's Department of Energy (DOE) laboratories into
marketable products. He has partnered with Los Alamos and Sandia labs, local tech
firms, venture capitalists and others to spur tech transfer at DOE. While he will
continue to lead the push on tech transfer, Udall hopes to help advance a similar
effort on water technology.
Researchers at Sandia Labs also are doing innovative research on ways to use
water more efficiently, said Marianne Walck, Vice President for California Laboratory
and Energy and Climate Programs at Sandia.
"For nearly two decades, Sandia National Laboratories has been recognized as a
leader in water technology research and development," said Walck, who participated
in the event. "Our ongoing water technology research has led to over 20 patents and
three R&D 100 Awards, building on our strong foundations in materials science,
water chemistry, molecular modeling and systems modeling."
In April, Udall passed water efficiency legislation through the Senate as part of a
bipartisan energy efficiency bill. His Smart Energy and Water Efficiency Act will help
communities upgrade water infrastructure to prevent leaks, saving both money and
energy. The Senate energy legislation also included his bipartisan amendment to
expand the WaterSense Program, a labeling program like EnergyStar, which
promotes water efficient appliances. As a member of the Senate Appropriations
Subcommittee on Energy and Water, Udall also has championed stronger funding for
the WaterSMART program, which funds Bureau of Reclamation water planning,
efficiency, reuse and other projects, including recent initiatives in Albuquerque, Santa
Fe, and the Navajo Agricultural Project Industry.
Four years ago, Udall co-hosted a water resources conference in Southern New
Mexico to discuss New Mexico's water challenges and develop a plan - and
legislation - to help address future water scarcity. He reintroduced that legislation
earlier this year.
Udall hopes to build on today's conversation by soliciting ideas for ways he can
partner with innovators and entrepreneurs. He will take the ideas shared with him to
Washington, where he sits on the Senate Appropriations Committee, which funds government programs and helps,
guide national priorities.

Public Land use and renewable energy with Senator Martin Heinrich

Elected in 2012, Martin Heinrich is a United States Senator for New Mexico. Heinrich serves on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources, Armed Services, and Intelligence Committees. He is the Ranking Member of the Joint Economic Committee and the Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities.


With a background in engineering, Heinrich brings a unique perspective to the Senate, where he is focused on creating the jobs of the future and protecting the vital missions at New Mexico's national labs and military installations. He is a strong advocate for working families, a staunch ally of Indian Country, and a champion for New Mexico's public lands and growing clean energy economy.  

Serving on the Senate Armed Services Committee, Heinrich is deeply committed to ensuring our men and women in uniform are prepared for the threats they face and making sure we keep our promises to those who serve.

An avid sportsman and conservationist, Heinrich works to protect New Mexico's public lands, watersheds, and wildlife for future generations. He worked with local communities to designate the Río Grande del Norte and Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monuments. Heinrich also led the effort to create the Columbine-Hondo Wilderness Area, establish the Manhattan Project National Historical Park in Los Alamos, and transition the Valles Caldera National Preserve to National Park Service management. He is also the leading the effort to pass bipartisan sportsmen's legislation to extend key conservation programs and improve public access to public lands for hunting, fishing, and other outdoor recreation.

With its abundance of solar and wind resources and energy research hubs, New Mexico can lead the way in combating the devastating effects of climate change and modernizing our nation's electrical grid. In 2015, Heinrich helped negotiate the long-term extension of renewable energy tax credits that support New Mexico's growing clean energy industries. Heinrich introduced legislation to prepare New Mexico's workforce for good-paying clean energy jobs. He has also supported the development of renewable energy projects on public and tribal lands, the adoption of innovative energy storage and battery technologies, and improvement to the security of our nation's energy infrastructure.

New Report Finds Tap Water Contaminants in Every State


New Report Finds Tap Water Contaminants in Every State
According to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), nearly 77 million people in the United States were served by water systems with violations of the Safe Water Drinking Act. This post from the NRDC states directly in its very first sentence: “America has a drinking water crisis.” That was written in response to a study conducted by the organization that found more than 80,000 reported violations of the Safe Drinking Water Act by community water systems in 2015.
The Safe Drinking Water Act is a law established in 1974 that protects drinking water supplies throughout the nation. The NRDC analysis found violations of this law across the country in every state—with the most offenses coming from Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Georgia.
In this Water Quality Products article, Erik Olson, NRDC health program director, notes two key challenges America is facing when it comes to maintaining safe drinking water:
“The problem is two-fold: there’s no cop on the beat enforcing our drinking water laws, and we’re living on borrowed time with our ancient, deteriorating water infrastructure. We take it for granted that when we turn on our kitchen tap, the water will be safe and healthy, but we have a long way to go before that is reality across our country.”

Legionella Control with Efficient Water Conditioning

Early Spring is a good time for facility operators to prepare their building water systems for the warm months ahead, and to consider safe and sustainable ways to prevent legionella, which forms in numerous water systems besides cooling towers. Legionella is not a new strain of bacteria, but with continuous improvements in the efficiencies of systems and building practices, these bacteria could be more difficult to control in some areas that chemicals have difficulty reaching. HydroTech Solutions is a distributor of HydroFLOW that provides electronic water conditioning to control bacteria, scale, and corrosion in water systems. HydroFLOW controls Legionella and algae in cooling towers, potable water systems, and water heaters with a frequency that extends throughout a water system.

Chemicals should be used in water systems according to regulations, and when used with HydroFLOW the volume of chemical use is reduced between 50%-75%, and water purging/ blowdown is decreased by more than 50% in most cases. HydroFLOW reduces chemicals, water, and energy use as a sustainable water management technology for water systems of any size.

Legionnaires outbreaks have occurred with some frequency recently, and after considerable time and review, ASHRAE approved the 188 standard for Legionella in 2015 called ANSI/ASHRAE 188-2015, “Legionellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems.” The Legionella risk reduction strategy set forth in 188-2015 is to implement a water management plan for building water systems including cooling towers, evaporative condensers, whirlpool spas, ornamental fountains, misters, atomizers, air washers, humidifiers, and other devices that release water droplets.

A management plan would be required for potable plumbing systems only in buildings that have any of the following: (a) multiple housing units with a centralized hot water system; (b) more than 10 stories; (c) housing for occupants over the age of 65; (d) health care for patients staying longer than 24 hours; or (e) an area housing or treating persons at especially high risk of contracting Legionnaires' disease.

ASHRAE 188-2015 is consistent with the World Health Organization, Veterans Health Administration, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) about the essential components each water management plan should include:

A list of the water management plan team members. Teams typically consist of 10 or fewer people who oversee the program and make decisions about it. Many others are needed to implement the plan.
A brief description of the building water systems, with flow diagrams. Salient information should be included for all of the building water systems, not just the ones prone to Legionella growth and transmission. Simple line flow diagrams should show where water is received, processed, and used.
Analysis of the building water systems. Commonly referred to as hazard analysis, this is a brief explanation as to why each water system does or does not present a significant potential for Legionella growth and transmission and, for those that do, whether it is a location at which Legionella control measures can be applied.
Control measures. Only what is actually done to water systems will reduce Legionnaires' disease, so control measures are the most important part of any Legionella water management plan. The team must come up with a specific list of control measures for each building water system. ASHRAE gives a framework for the team to fill in, stating that procedures must be included, as applicable, for new construction, equipment siting, start-up and shutdown, inspections, maintenance, cleaning, disinfection, monitoring (e.g., temperatures, disinfectant levels), and water treatment. The team must also write out steps for responding to Legionnaires’ disease should a case occur despite the prevention efforts.
Each control measure must be monitored to determine whether it is performed to the standard, called a control limit, designated in the plan. If the control limit is not met, then corrective action must be implemented. The monitoring procedure, monitoring frequency, control limit, and corrective action must be listed for each control measure.
Documentation and communication procedures. Draft number five of 188-2015 instructs the team to “establish documentation and communication procedures for all activities of the program.”
Verification procedures. The team, or a designated “verification person,” must review documentation to ensure the plan is being implemented.
Validation. The effectiveness of the plan in controlling Legionella must be validated. Testing water systems for Legionella provides the most direct feedback on Legionella control. Legionella testing is discussed as a validation option in 188-2015 but is not required.
HVAC contractors and others that provide services on or near cooling towers should take reasonable measures to protect themselves from Legionnaires’ disease, and many building operators have initiated legionella testing programs on a schedule to monitor levels of bacteria in water systems.

Water systems that are determined to require Legionella control measures require designers to provide documentation, diagrams, and instructions for monitoring and control of Legionella, and should note locations of equipment access (and note inadequate access), filling and draining, flushing, sampling, temperature monitoring, treatment, no flow and low flow areas, possible cross-connections between potable and non-potable systems, and outside air intakes.

Preventive measures for Legionella have been specified in ASHRAE 188-2015: Locate cooling towers to minimize transmission of drift to people; for example, as far as reasonably possible from building openings, outside air intakes, parking lots, and sidewalks. Also, avoid locating cooling towers near sources of contamination such as kitchen exhausts that make water treatment for microbial control even more challenging.

Legionella prevention and mitigation should be a part of every facility manager’s standard operating procedures, and while chemicals have traditionally been at the forefront of control, more sustainable methods can be used that complement chemical applications while reducing their volume and cost.

HydroFLOW installs in minutes and operates 24/7 without balancing dosages or concentrations. HydroFLOW neutralizes bacteria, biofilm, and algae throughout a water system while controlling scale, which reduces another set of chemicals that require balancing. Sustainable water management is good for people, budgets and it improves operations.

The National Restaurant awards HydroFLOW

SOURCE: HydroFLOW USA

HydroFLOW USA

June 25, 2015 00:00 ET

HydroFLOW USA Wins 2015 Kitchen Innovations Award

REDMOND, WA--(Marketwired - June 25, 2015) - HydroFLOW USA is excited to announce that it was recently awarded the prestigious 2015 Kitchen Innovations award by the National Restaurant Association. The Kitchen Innovations Awards recognizes and celebrates cutting-edge equipment and technology that specifically improves the back of the house operations and benefits foodservice operators.

In an industry that has over a million restaurant and foodservice outlets, there is a continuously renewed focus that reflects the developments in food safety, environmental impact, and equipment efficiency. Companies are progressively looking for new ways to reduce their burden on the environment and its resources on a day-to-day basis. HydroFLOW technology does not simply support this focus, but is vigorously working to solve these challenges and advance the food service industry.

"Since opening the Sacramento Melting Pot in 2003, we have always looked for ways to control costs while at the same time supporting the environment. Over the years we have tested and implemented many different products and services; including low-temp dishwashers, LED lighting, waste recycling, Ionized cleaning and many more," said The Melting Pot-Sacramento Proprietor, Michael Frampton. "Our investment in the HydroFLOW S38 was less than $1,000, which we expect to save in just over 14 months by not using water softener. Not only will we save money, but we will also reduce our water usage."

HydroFLOW uses patented technology that induces an electric signal into the piping and or plumbing system to continuously condition the liquid solution throughout the entire system. Designed for ease of installation, the water-resistant units simply attach around the pipe and are connected to a power supply. In order to accommodate businesses of all types,HydroFLOW offers a variety of sized units that have the ability to fit pipes of all ranges and material.

About the company:
HydroFLOW USA is an American-owned company which distributes one-of-a-kind, environmentally friendly water conditioners. The use of induction technology provides companies with a chemical free solution that continuously conditions the water throughout an entire plumbing system. The patented Hydropath technology was originally designed over 20 years ago, however, with many years of intense international research, Hydropath Technology has evolved into a world-leading technology which provides chemical-free solutions to a diverse range of industries.

For more information, please visit the following websites:

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Water is Scarce

Alarms are sounding all around the southwest

Water is scarce.

Municipal government's knee-jerk response is to ask everyone to save wter in their homes. Necessary, of course, but modestly effective since these are essentially voluntary efforts.

Techology seems to be completely ignored.

There are stunning technologies that can save huge amounts of water; technologies that have been in common use for years in parts of the world who have acknowledged and dealt with water scarcity.

These technologies seem to be universally overlooked perhaps because they deal with such unglamorous things such as "cooling Towers" (as a local Santa Fe Company we represent a technology that can eliminate all antiscalant chemicals and greatly reduce the use of biocides on cooling towers and also cut blow down water usage by 50-90% this will go a long way in meeting our goals in water conservation in the southwest). 

Healthy Pools and Spa's

Offensive chlorine smell, foggy water, algae problems and mineral build-up can lead to high maintenance fees. If your pool or spa suffers from any of these problems, we have the answer... HydroFLOW is an environmentally friendly, non-invasive, easy-to-install solution that will greatly reduce the time and money you normally invest in pool and spa maintenance. Using a 150 KHz sign wave to propagate a decaying signal into the water. This sign wave will charge the negative and positive ion of calcium and magnesium in the water and they will cluster in suspension not on the walls of your pool. The HydroFLOW water treatment system disinfects de-alkalizes and conditions water without the use of costly chemicals. Fine particles in the water flock together, and are filtered or flushed out of the system. Bacteria and algae control for pools & hot tubs The HydroFLOW system helps municipal pools save money by reducing the need for expensive chemical treatments to combat algae and bacteria. Algae buildup is a costly problem, requiring expensive clean-up programs and creating high operational costs in recreational and residential swimming pools, spas, water features. HydroFLOW can reduce operational costs and extend the life of your equipment. This is a healthy solution for your clients, children and family. Here are some of the things that HydroFLOW will provide…

• Improve the clarity of the water in the pool

• Kills bacteria and algae, reducing chemical use by as much as 60% • Prevent limescale build-up and reduce scum lines

• Reduce the duration and frequency of back-washing by 3-5 times. SAVES WATER • Reduce energy and maintenance costs

• Reduces acid for ph control • Eliminates the need for flocculants HydroFLOW Will:

• Improve the clarity of the water in the pool

• Kills bacteria and algae, reducing chemical use by as much as 60%

• Prevent limescale build-up and reduce scum lines

• Reduce the duration and frequency of back-washing by 3-5 times. SAVES WATER

• Reduce energy and maintenance costs

• Reduces acid for ph control

• Eliminates the need for flocculants

Iron and Sulfur Bacteria Issues

Iron Bacteria
Iron bacteria are generally more common than sulfur bacteria because iron is abundant in ground water. Iron bacteria are oxidizing agents and combine iron or manganese dissolved in ground water with oxygen. A side effect of the process is a foul smelling brown slime that can cause unpleasant odors, corrode plumbing equipment and fixtures,
and clog well screens and pipes. If conditions are light, the bacteria can grow at amazing rates, rendering an entire well system useless in just a few months. Signs that may indicate an iron bacteria problem include yellow-, red- or orange-colored water; rusty
slime deposits in toilet tanks; and strange smells resembling fuel oil, cucumbers, or sewage. Sometimes the odor will only be apparent in the morning or after other extended periods of non-use.
Sulfur Bacteria
There are two categories of sulfur bacteria; sulfur oxidizers and sulfur reducers. Sulfur-reducing bacteria are the more common. Sulfur-oxidizing bacteria produce effects similar to those of iron bacteria. They convert sulfide into sulfate, producing a dark slime that can clog plumbing. Sulfur-reducing bacteria live in oxygen-deficient environments.
They break down sulfur compounds, producing hydrogen sulfide gas in the process. The distinctive “rotten egg” odor of hydrogen sulfide gas is the most obvious sign of a sulfur bacteria problem. Hydrogen sulfide gas is foul smelling and highly corrosive. As with odors caused by iron bacteria, the sulfur smell may only be noticeable when the water hasn’t been run for several hours. If the odor is only present when hot water is run, sulfur-reducing bacteria could be building up in the water heater. Blackening of water or dark slime coating the inside of the toilet tank may also indicate a sulfur bacteria problem. Iron bacteria and sulfur bacteria contaminations are often difficult to tell apart because the symptoms are so similar. To complicate matters, sulfur reducing bacteria often live in complex symbiotic relationships with iron bacteria, so both types may 

be present. Fortunately, both types of bacteria can be treated using the same methods.
Prevention with a HYDROFLOW SYSTEM The Hydroflow system kills bacteria 99.99%.
HYDROFLOW is best solution for both iron and sulfur bacteria prevention.

 

What does hard water do to our homes...

What does hard water do to our homes…

1.Unsightly white scale on tub, faucets, sinks and countertops
2.Decreased water flow efficiency throughout the entire house
3.Increased of possibility issues in plumbing and drain pipes
4.Water flow blockage for faucets, showerheads & refrigerator ice-makers
5.Reduced energy efficiency & service life of dishwashers, washing machines and water

   heaters      
6.Water spots on dishes, glassware and silverware
7.Weak soap lather makes cleaning skin, hair and clothes more difficult
8.Increased soap costs; higher water and energy bills

What are the solutions?

  1. Water softeners, they waste water and have maintenance and ongoing costs.
  2. Hydroflow, no water waste, maintenance or ongoing costs. 

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