Many of Fife’s clients use and generate vast amounts of water that need to be cleaned-up prior to discharging to a Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTW) or a body of water. In their day to day operations, they also need to heat and cool large quantities of water by steam generation or cool water using some type of cooling system which typically involves a cooling tower.  Water is an excellent solvent and because of this fact, boilers or cooling systems suffer from corrosion attack and or mineral/biological fouling which shorten the life of the equipment and increases operational costs.

Fife has developed a full line of liquid and solid chemical programs for cooling and boiler water treatment.  In addition, we can provide all the necessary feed and control equipment needed to insure proper application of the chemicals. The products utilize Fife liquid formulations and are tolled by 3rd parties and manufactured to our exacting standards. Fife has people with extensive experience in this area that allows us to be cost competitive with the larger well known water treatment companies.  The Fife difference is the ability to develop customized solutions while providing a high level of onsite technical support.

Fife can provide a water treatment program for both small and large installations. We have a great deal of flexibility in terms of offering treatment programs based upon liquids or high concentration solid. The solid products have a TG designation on the end which indicates their “Greener” status.  Another trend that is becoming more important, is providing a chemistry that has low or no phosphate in its formulation.  Tighter discharge limits on NPDES permits are driving this tendency.

A Fife representative would be happy to discuss your goals and objectives and decide how best to meet your needs.

1.)  Liquid chemistry

2.)  Solid chemistry

3.)  Hybrid approach (combination of liquid & solid

If your not familiar with our new solid chemistry, you can download or print some information in the link below.

Advantages of Solids