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DriSteem Launches Water Treatment Systems


 

Eden Prairie, Minn. — Dec. 22, 2014 — Dri-Steem Corp. has announced the launch of their world-class water treatment systems, expanding its product line, as well as offering an all-in-one solution that integrates with DriSteem’s leading humidification and evaporative cooling systems.

These reverse-osmosis and water pre-treatment systems are designed to deliver high purity water for a wide variety of applications and processes, and provide easy access and low-maintenance components.

“Built with proven components, DriSteem’s water treatment systems are designed for a wide variety of processes and applications that need high purity water.” said David Schwaller, DriSteem product manager. “DriSteem’s reverse osmosis systems operate for years with only simple filter changes and significantly reduce or eliminate maintenance of connected humidification equipment.”

A range of options are available including various capacities and sizes to accommodate both smaller and larger capacities, skid mounting, UV treatment, dechlorination, and single or duplex softeners. DriSteem’s water treatment system also integrates with building automation systems using DriSteem’s industry-leading controller and offers flexible and customizable menu options.

For more information about DriSteem’s water treatment systems, visit www.dristeem.com/evaporative-cooling-and-humidification.

DriSteem is a premier provider of humidification, evaporative cooling, and water treatment solutions for commercial and industrial applications. The company offers custom systems for critical indoor environments such as health care, data centers, and other facilities requiring precise control of moisture and cooling in the air.

 

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