Aqua Smart Inc. is the exclusive manufacturer of SeaQuest®, a certified drinking water corrosion control sequesterant. This one product is the one solution to your water problems.
Iron in solution is a multi-level issue. There exist 2 different potential sources of Iron which can occur in drinking water distribution systems. The first type is Iron that comes into solution from the water source naturally and the second type is Iron that comes into solution from corrosion in the distribution system.
SeaQuest® will disperse and sequester the Iron that comes into the water from natural sources and keep it in its natural colorless state. This means that when SeaQuest is added to the water at the source, water at the tap will be clear regardless of its source Iron levels. It also means colorless water regardless of pH level, time that the water has been in use, or the temperature of the water. It also means that SeaQuest will keep the Iron colorless even after the addition of chlorine to the water for disinfection purposes.
To see how SeaQuest® deals with Iron in solution from corrosion, please see Corrosion Control.
Manganese sequestering is one of the most difficult chemical reactions there is in drinking water applications. There exist 2 different potential sources of Manganese which can occur in drinking water distribution systems. The first type is Manganese that comes into solution from the water source naturally and the second is the Manganese that comes into solution from the buildup and staining in the distribution system.
SeaQuest® will disperse and sequester the Manganese that comes into the distribution system from natural sources and keep it in its natural colorless state. This means that when SeaQuest® is added to the water at the source, water at the tap will be clear regardless of its source Manganese levels. It also means colorless water regardless of pH level, time that the water has been in use, or the temperature of the water. It also means that SeaQuest® will keep the Manganese colorless even after the addition of chlorine to the water for disinfection purposes.
To see how SeaQuest® deals with Manganese in solution from the distribution system, please see Cleanout.
Copper is a metal which does not corrode in the conventional sense of the word, rather copper oxidizes and will find its way into the drinking water from the copper plumbing in the distribution system. Copper is a very dangerous metal in drinking water plumbing as it elevates Copper levels in the drinking water to above the United States E.P.A. mandated levels (1.3 ppm) or of the W.H.O. mandated levels (2.0 ppm). This oxidation occurs when water is in contact with Copper piping.
With the use of SeaQuest®, this corrosion / oxidation is controlled and reduced through optimal corrosion control bringing Copper levels at the tap to below mandated levels in first draw sampling. SeaQuest® will give this optimal corrosion control without the need for pH adjustment or alkalinity adjustment.
Scale Control is accomplished by Calcium and Magnesium being sequestered with the use of SeaQuest®. There are 2 different types of scale control which occur when using SeaQuest®. The first is sequestering of hardness (Ca+Mg) that is comes into solution from the water source naturally and the second is the scale that is comes into solution from distribution. In either case, SeaQuest® will disperse and sequester these types of hardness into a non-scaling state. This means that when SeaQuest® is added to the water at the source, water at the tap will act “soft” and will be non-scaling regardless of its source hardness. It also means “soft” like water regardless of pH level, time that the water has been in use, or the temperature of the water.
Lead is a metal which does not corrode in the conventional sense of the word, rather Lead leaches in to the water from lead plumbing and lead solder used in the distribution system over the last many decades. Lead is a very dangerous metal in drinking water plumbing as it elevates lead levels in the drinking water to above the United States E.P.A. mandated levels (15 ppb) or of the W.H.O. mandated levels (10 ppb). This leaching occurs when water is in contact with lead piping or solder or brass water fixtures containing Lead.
With the use of SeaQuest®, this corrosion / leaching is controlled and reduced through optimal corrosion control bringing lead levels at the tap to below mandated levels in first draw sampling. SeaQuest® will give this optimal corrosion control without the need for pH adjustment or alkalinity adjustment.
In the process of drinking water disinfection and also in treating for zebra mussel infestation, liquid sodium hypochlorite is often the product of choice. However, there are three operating problems negatively affecting the ease of injection of liquid sodium hypochlorite into feed streams. These are: build-up of corrosion/scale deposits in feed lines and water intake lines; build-up of stalactite hard deposits in the feed lines and water intake lines; and, "gassing" within the feed and intake lines causing cavitation of the liquid sodium hypochlorite feed pumps.
The first two problems impede sodium hypochlorite treatment, while the third problem stops the sodium hypochlorite treatment all together. Aqua Smart, Inc.’s proprietary chemical solves all three of these common Sodium Hypochlorite dosing problems. When our chemical is added directly to the liquid sodium hypochlorite feed tanks at our recommended dosage rates, all three operating problems are eliminated and effective continuous sodium hypochlorite feed is reestablished.
Every distribution system has corrosion from one source or another. Some have primary distribution system pipes made of metal and others only have metal pipes in the connection pipes and in the homes. In either case, Corrosion is a problem to both water quality and to the health of the end users of the water being produced by the municipality. Corrosion is also a major problem for any municipality as the flow of the water, maintaining proper “C” flows, and the longevity of the pipes in the distribution system is of utmost importance to the municipality. Corrosion can be from metals such as iron, cast, steel, lead and copper. Lead corrosion is dealt with in the section marked “lead corrosion control” and copper is dealt with in the section marked “copper corrosion control.” However corrosion of iron, cast and steel is of the utmost importance as this is where the largest capital investment a municipality has made, the distribution system infrastructure. When these pipes corrode it will eventually reduce the flow in the pipes causing customer complaints and reduced water pressure at the homes. This corrosion will also cause water main breaks and water loss to the system eventually forcing the replacement of these pipes.
When SeaQuest® is added to the drinking water, corrosion is reduced to a minimum through optimum corrosion control. This means that Iron levels that have been elevated in the distribution system, will now see Iron levels decreasing to the level of iron coming from the source water. Not because Iron has been sequestered, but because there is no iron coming into solution any longer from corrosion. This corrosion control effect will reduce red water complaints due to high iron levels in the water from corrosion; and secondly, will give better chlorine residuals in the distribution system as the demand will be decrease due to a lower level of iron in the water.
To find out how SeaQuest® deals with old corrosion and tuberculation that has occured over the years, please see Cleanout.
With the use of SeaQuest® for corrosion control, SeaQuest® users can run their finished water at lower pH levels due to the fact that SeaQuest® will provide optimum corrosion control at pH levels in drinking water from 6.0 and up. This means the reduction or elimination of pH adjusting products such as caustic, lime or soda ash. With the reduction of pH levels comes the reduction of chlorine usage and chlorine demand which will naturally lower THM levels in the drinking water.
With the use of SeaQuest® systems have found a major reduction in their biofilm levels in their distribution systems.
Distribution systems all suffer from tuberculation and build up of one kind or another. Hard water sytems find scale deposits and build up and soft water systems find iron corrosion buildup in their distribution systems. Sytems with high levles of metals in the water find hese metals to aglomrate in their pipes as well causing major blockages in their pipes.
With the use of SeaQuest® distribution systems have found these deposits whether from iron and manganese, scale or corrosion to be reduced and eventually eliminated cauing unrestricted flows in the distribution system, this clean out will reduce electrical pumping costs, meter replacents, customer complaints and pipe rehabilitation and replacment programs.
Aqua Smart Inc. has developed a chemical process to perform well rehabilitation and a well maintenance program with specialty chemicals exclusively manufactured by Aqua Smart, Inc. In this process 2 separate chemicals are used in conjunction with one another to increase well performance and reduce electrical pumping costs and increase well flow rates and decrease draw down without the need of any mechanical process. This process is a 36-hour process, when done correctly, has shown to increase flows by as much as 200% all for a cost of under $2,000.
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