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IWCI Reports is an advanced online reporting application that documents all service reports and analysis performed by your IWCI service technician.
Clients can access IWCI Reports 24/7 using any web-enabled device to view:
What's In Our Service Reports?
If a more thorough water analysis needs to be performed for the diagnosis of problems, we can test water for metals, biological counts, and more.
IWCI offers Legionella sampling and testing to reduce the growth and transmission of Legionella throughout building water systems. We adhere to CDC sampling protocols and our samples are analyzed in a CDC ELITE certified laboratory. After results are provided and discussed with the client, we can make any necessary adjustments to the water treatment program to prevent future outbreaks.
We provide product recommendations based on the client’s desired application, price range, features, etc. Our consultants are fully trained on the operation and maintenance needs of all major water treatment brands.
Are you flushing money down the drain? We can help pinpoint areas where you can be more efficient with the latest in water treatment technology and environment-friendly options.
Communication and transparency is crucial for a successful water treatment program. It is important that building maintenance staff is trained on conducting basic maintenance on its own systems, including periodic inspections of equipment and routine water testing between our service visits. IWCI can provide training to building maintenance staff on equipment calibration, troubleshooting, water testing, and application assistance if needed.
We provide corrosion coupon monitoring and analysis to many clients. It is a standard practice that is used to determine treatment effectiveness and pinpoint problems such as pitting.
Passivation is a crucial step often overlooked during startup and construction. Premature system failure can occur if a system is not properly passivated. By adding corrosion inhibitors with the initial introduction of water, a film is formed to to protect any exposed metal surfaces.
Many systems also have extended layup periods in which the systems need to be cleaned, flushed, and re-passivated prior to the next season. IWCI can help make sure your systems remain protected.
Maintaining proper glycol levels will protect your pipes and extend the life of your system. Add glycol testing to your program.
Controller integration and online connection at one or multiple sites gives you greater control over your system. We can suggest the best solution for your needs.