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Lunch and Learn: Introduction to Water Technologies

Did you miss our live, virtual Lunch and Learn: Introduction to Water Technologies event? No worries, we are providing it here to review at your leisure.

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What we discussed:

Water is a truly remarkable resource. Its abundance, high heat capacity, and relatively low cost make it the perfect medium for heat transfer in HVAC systems. Well… almost perfect.

This introduction to water treatment explores “the good, the bad, and the ugly” as it relates to water’s intrinsic properties and the part impurities play in corrosion, scaling, and fouling of equipment. Learn how to control and avoid these costly situations

As an added bonus, we are throwing in the Q&A report, too!

Speaker: Ben Feeney

Ben Feeney, Water Technologies Division Manager at Boland, oversees the development and growth of the water treatment division. He is responsible for contract development and fulfillment spanning a wide array of vertical markets.

Ben leads an experienced team of technicians and Account Executives dedicated to helping clients get the most out of their investments by maintaining clean heat transfer surfaces and leveraging world-class water treatment technology. He draws on his chemistry and problem-solving background to correct water side issues relating to corrosion, scale, and microbiological contamination.

Ben specializes in Legionella testing and mitigation practices, and he is an active member of the Association of Water Technologies (AWT). Ben holds a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Maine, Orono. Prior to joining Boland, Ben worked as a Sales Engineer for Nalco Chemical Co. in Virginia. He is a member of the Francis Crowe Society of Engineers.

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