Glycol systems are common in New York and New Jersey, but these systems are no place for amateurs. They demand considerable experience and a great deal of specific knowledge to clean and fill. Unlike water systems, glycol systems, when not cleaned and filled correctly, become challenges that produce biological and environmental problems, and are very costly to remediate. Leave it to the professionals when it comes to glycol system cleaning & filling.
Glycol System Cleaning Services
Regular maintenance and cleaning of Glycol systems is key to extending the life of your Glycol system. Without the presence of appropriate corrosion inhibitors, uninhibited Glycol can be very corrosive to metals within Glycol systems. To avoid corrosion, Glycol must be cleaned and maintained at the appropriate levels, which are usually 25-30% of the fluid. Tower Water’s Glycol system cleaning services ensure that your system is rid of corrosion by-products and maintains the appropriate percentage of Glycol at all times.
Glycol System Filling Services
In addition to regular Glycol system cleanings, frequent filling of Glycol systems must also be conducted to ensure the system operates at full capacity. Glycol systems that run low on Glycol levels result in unwanted microbiological growth and corrosion of metals, which can cause damage quickly. Tower Water routinely checks on your systems Glycol levels and adds corrosion inhibitors when necessary.
Why Choose Our Glycol System Cleaning & Filling Services?
Tower Water’s experience and expertise have helped us develop industry-leading procedures, practices, and equipment to handle the cleaning and filling of glycol systems. Our practice is to make site visits prior to starting work on a glycol system. There are no off-the-shelf solutions here. Each job is a custom project, supervised by a senior Tower Water project manager to ensure the proper procedure is designed and followed.
Our glycol system cleaning & filling expertise:
- Supplemental piping, utilizing small amounts of glycol
- Complete systems, requiring anywhere from 20 gallons to 100 drums of glycol
- Tanker trucks
- Glycol drain downs
- Proper disposed of glycol
- Creating the proper mixture on-site
- Verification of type and percentage of glycol
- Increase or decrease of glycol percentage as required
- Full glycol testing (21 parameters) to provide its viability
Contact Tower Water To Learn More
Cleaning and filling glycol systems is no DIY project and should be taken care of by experienced professionals. The specialists at Tower Water are able to avoid potential expensive environmental problems by properly cleaning and filling glycol systems. For more information or to book a consultation, please call us at 212.518.6475 or schedule a consultation online.