Water Technology Solutions

from Industrial Water Engineering (IWE)

Corrosion and scale deposits; legionella fears and biological fouling; staying ahead of training requirements and changing regulations - these are just a few of the many challenges of managing a waterside treatment program. Industrial Water Engineering (IWE) provides complete solutions and customized services for boilers, cooling towers, and closed loop systems. We back our services up with unmatched expertise from trained and licensed personnel, state-of-the-art laboratory capabilities, and guaranteed quality assurance. Our integrated services keep your water system, and your operation, flowing smoothly.

Laboratory Laboratory Solutions
Treatment Treatment Solutions
Equipment Equipment Solutions
Monitoring Monitoring Solutions
Expertise

Treat & Prevent

IWE provides innovative, full-scope services, from detailed system analysis and cutting edge lab capabilities to customized treatment and equipment solutions, plus ongoing support and remote monitoring.

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Industry Expertise

IWE delivers industry specific solutions for hospitals, institutions, colleges and universities, manufacturers, industrial plants, gas companies, food processing companies, and government agencies - to name a few.

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Certified Leaders

Our ISO 9001:2008 certification guarantees quality assurance in every aspect of our work.  Plus, our team members hold many of the highest certifications and accreditations available including Certified Water Technologist.

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Tales from the Boneyard

A picture's worth a thousand words. Our Boneyard illustrates the stories of waterside treatment programs gone wrong. Learn how IWE stepped in to fix them.

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Industry News & Views

Disneyland Park has shut down two cooling towers at its park in Southern California following an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease.

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Industrial Water Engineering sponsors APS Education Foundation at the 2017 Superintendent’s Cup

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Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services issue Memorandum on reducing risk of Legionella in Healthcare Facilities.

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A new CDC analysis finds that among 21 U.S. jurisdictions studied, 76 percent reported health care-associated cases of Legionnaires’ disease, a concerning finding since Legionnaires’ disease acquired from health care facilities can be particularly severe.

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