Heat Transfer Equipment
Water Conditioning for the 21st Century
Manufactured by Morrill Industries, Inc.
The Solution to Hard Water Problems in Industrial & Commercial Applications
Boilers - Heat Exchangers - Evaporative Condensers Cooling Towers - Commercial Laundry Equipment
Reduce Energy and Chemical Usage by 10 % or more
Morrill Industries, Inc. Ecoflow® Water Filtration and Conditioning System
Water Treatment Systems
Water is the most frequently used media to transfer thermal energy for useful purposes. When water temperature changes, minerals precipitate and form a hard scale that collects in piping and on heat transfer surfaces. This insulating scale build-up reduces efficiency of equipment, increases fuel requirements, and increases maintenance time and costs.
Ecoflow® Water Conditioning Systems control the formation of scale and corrosion deposits without the use of hazardous and costly chemicals. Because no chemicals are used, discharged water is pollution-free and is not harmful to the environment. The Ecoflow® Water Conditioning System solves lime scale build-up problems, resulting in energy and water conservation and pollution prevention.
Boilers and Heating Systems
With the ever-increasing cost of fuel, business cannot afford to waste energy. The Ecoflow’s® unique water conditioning system can yield substantial savings in both time and money.
Maintaining scale-free surfaces assures optimum heat transfer coefficients, enabling the maximum utilization of your equipment, reducing downtime. Ecoflow® Water Conditioning Systems control the formation of scale and corrosion deposits without the use of hazardous and costly chemicals. Because no chemicals are used, discharged water is pollution free and is non-hazardous to the environment.
With the installation of an Ecoflow® Water Conditioning System, cooling towers and chillers will operate at a higher rate of efficiency by eliminating scale build-up. This non-chemical water conditioning has proven to yield substantial savings in water, time, energy and money while employing user-friendly and environmentally safe methods of conditioning water.
As water evaporates, minerals precipitate out and form a hard scale that collects in piping and on heat transfer surfaces. This insulating scale build-up causes reduced efficiency of equipment, as well as increased energy requirements, maintenance time and additional costs. Optimum heat transfer coefficients, which enable maximum utilization of equipment, can only be assured when scale-free surfaces are maintained. The Ecoflow® Water Conditioning System controls the formation of scale deposition and corrosion without the use of hazardous and costly chemicals. Because no chemicals are used, discharged water is pollution-free, therefore non-hazardous to the environment.
Laundry Service Equipment
Laundry service equipment has a lot of problems, being plagued with numerous service calls related to hard water problems. The majority of these problems related to washing machines, hot water heaters and related equipment.
The insulating scale build-up reduces the efficiency of equipment, increases energy requirements, and requires downtime for additional maintenance. Maintaining scale-free surfaces assures optimum heat-transfer coefficients, enabling the maximum utilization of laundry service equipment while reducing loss of business due to downtime. The Ecoflow® Water Conditioning System is designed to prevent lime/scale and can be a solution to these problems. When installed in-line, this unique piece of equipment will cause minerals to remain in suspension throughout the heat transfer process Instead of bonding together and forming scale they will flow through or settle at the low points of a system in a purge able form.
Common Unit Specifications
Materials of Construction
Due to our ongoing research and product development program the above mentioned specifications are subject to change without notice.
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