Industrial and Commercial Water Cooling Towers

Lower the Total Cost to Treat Evaporative Cooling Systems with Reliable and Predictable Treatment

Metro Water Filtration, through the use of Controlled Hydrodynamic Cavitation, offers an environmentally-friendly water treatment technology used in HVAC, process cooling and refrigeration systems to effectively control scale, biological growth and corrosion without the use of chemicals. EcoWater CHC offers a proven solution for maximizing equipment operating efficiency, safety and reliability via its multi-patented cooling water treatment system.

Our controlled hydrodynamic cavitation technology coupled with filtration has proven itself to be the only viable alternative to traditional water treatment methods across the spectrum of water qualities for Refrigeration, Process Cooling, and HVAC applications.

The EcoWater CHC solution can help your facility:

  • Reduce Water Consumption
  • Protect Cooling Equipment Assets from Corrosion/Chemical Overtreatment
  • Improve System Energy Efficiency
  • Stabilize Operations
  • Manage Debris in the Cooling System
  • Improve Worker Safety
  • Eliminate Chemical Usage

Metro Water Filtration is the clear choice of Controlled Hydrodynamic Cavitation (CHC) treatment systems for cooling water used in HVAC, Process Cooling, and Refrigeration systems. Combining CHC treatment with filtration and process controls improves operations and protects your evaporative cooling system while also reducing water and electrical consumption, and providing a lower cost-to-treat.

An EcoWater CHC system consists of two side-stream water loops connected into the sump or basin of a cooling tower, evaporative condenser, air washer, or fluid cooler. In one loop, water is passed through the CHC treatment chamber and returned into the cooling system basin or sump. Filtration from the second side-stream removes precipitated calcium carbonate along with other debris that can cause fouling and contribute to microbiological growth. Our high-efficiency basin sweeping system directs dirt and debris toward the filter intake, maintaining a cleaner cooling water system.