University of Georgia PVAC
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University of Georgia PVAC

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About This Project

In the Summer of 2010, the University of Georgia decided to test “non-chemical” water treatment alternatives for its campus cooling towers. Four companies, including Flozone, were invited to participate. Buildings of similar tonnage were chosen for each vendor to run for 120 consecutive days. Flozone installed its E3 Sentinel unit on an 800 ton system at the Performing and Visual Arts Center. UGA had a rigid protocol with regards to reducing water/sewer/energy consumption, corrosion rates, and scale/bacteria within the HVAC condenser water system. The Flozone Integrated Management System performed flawlessly.

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