Case Studies

Application of Controlled Release Technology - University in Miami, Florida

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 2, 2016 1:07:13 PM / by Dober Corporate Website posted in Cooling Tower Treatment Case Studies

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Challenge

With larger cooling systems, sometimes variables can be quite difficult to assess. However, Smart Release can provide reliable solutions for all types of cooling towers.

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Application of Controlled Release Technology - Corporate Office Complex in Brea, California

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 1, 2016 2:15:03 PM / by Dober Corporate Website posted in Cooling Tower Treatment Case Studies

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Challenge

A corporate office complex in Brea, California needed to find a safer way to handle dangerous chemicals in their cooling towers. This complex has several buildings and a total of five cooling towers ranging from 150 – 300 tons.

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Application of Controlled Release Technology - Comfort Cooling for a Bank Building, Cincinnati, Ohio

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 1, 2016 2:13:59 PM / by Dober Corporate Website posted in Cooling Tower Treatment Case Studies

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Challenge

Solid chemistry is a great alternative to liquid chemistry. A bank building cooling system was previously treated with paste, but had seen failures due to inconsistent control.

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Cleaning Eudragit RS 30 D Coatings - Fluid Bed

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 30, 2016 2:49:00 PM / by Dober Corporate Website posted in Formulated Detergents Case Studies

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Eudragit RS 30 D Fluid Bed

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Cleaning Eudragit Coatings - Coating Pan

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 29, 2016 1:40:00 PM / by Dober Corporate Website posted in Formulated Detergents Case Studies

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Eudragit NE 30 D Coating Pan

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Cleaning Eudragit RS 30 D Coatings - Fluid Bed

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 27, 2016 3:37:31 AM / by Dober Corporate Website posted in Formulated Detergents Case Studies

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Detergent Used: Chematic RL/RS

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Antifreeze Colors

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 25, 2016 9:06:51 AM / by Dober Corporate Website posted in Coolant Additives Case Studies

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Debunking the ongoing myth that color depicts the quality of coolant

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Cleaning Sunscreen with SPF

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 20, 2016 9:00:04 AM / by Dober Corporate Website posted in Formulated Detergents Case Studies

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500 Gallon Vessel with In-Tank Homogenizer & Process Tank CIP

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DPS Use in the Construction of a Super Walmart

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 19, 2016 2:16:06 PM / by Dober Corporate Website posted in Water Treatment Case Studies

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LOCATION: Denton, MD

The Challenge:

During the construction of a Super Walmart in Denton, MD, the construction company faced many issues while treating stormwater on the site. They were required to control NTU levels of effluent stormwater leaving the site into a nearby creek. Gravity settling and synthetic polymers were not working and spring rains were threatening. The company faced fines and complete project shutdown until compliance requirements from the Maryland Department of the Environment were met.

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Stormwater Canals

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 19, 2016 2:05:56 PM / by Dober Corporate Website posted in Water Treatment Case Studies

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LOCATION: Tampa, Florida

The Challenge:

In 2012, a contractor was tasked with cleaning up the stormwater canals lining the runways at Tampa International Airport. These canals had filled with vegetation and were no longer properly cleaning the stormwater runoff that flows into the Tampa Bay. The turbidity of the initial water effluent was 617 – far above the required 31.43 NTU set by state regulations. The project consisted of three large sections that need to be treated while guaranteeing against any harm to the aquatic and plant life in the Tampa Bay.

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