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MPW designs more efficient softener rebed at beverage plant

June 28, 2019

 View Full Case Study Quick rebed turnaround, safety measures satisfy customer. Problem A Midwestern soft drink plant over-pressurized its No. 2 softener tank, damaging the internal tank laterals and rendering the tank useless until it could be repaired. While tank No. 2 was out of service, the customer had to run its production on only […]

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Filtration units deployed for same-day purification

April 24, 2019

 View Full Case Study Problem A Kansas manufacturing plant was forced to shut down after unusually high sodium levels in the Kansas River led to increased salinity in city water. Conductivity of the city water also increased from 500 µS/cm to 1,600 µS/cm. This heightened water conductivity was problematic during the rinsing process as it […]

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MPW introduces 28-foot DI trailers

February 5, 2018

HEBRON, Ohio —  MPW Industrial Services today unveiled eight new 28-foot deionization (DI) trailers. MPW’s standard DI trailers measure 51 feet in length. MPW designed and built the 28-foot versions to meet the needs of customers with limited space at their facilities. This is especially common in urban-based power plants that are typical in the […]

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MPW seamlessly solves problems for oil refinery

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem MPW routinely meets the refining industry’s demands of high flow rates, strict safety adherence and stringent environmental compliance. Through its industrial redundant systems, MPW minimizes plant turnarounds at petrochemical plants and refineries and provides 24/7 emergency response. So when an international fuel manufacturer faced construction problems at one of its […]

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Mobile deionization units prevent shutdown at auto manufacturing plant

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem When a production plant for a large automotive manufacturer in Michigan suddenly lost its ability to produce ultra-pure water, MPW quickly provided the solution. One of two pumps in the plant’s permanent Reverse Osmosis (RO) system failed. Without ultrapure water, the plant could not properly prepare its auto chassis for […]

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MPW’s superior DI efficiency leads to success at steam blow

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem When a power generating plant in Ontario, Canada required the most efficient steam blow services, it called MPW. The steam blow required high-purity water processed from the plant’s city water source. Trailer economy would be key in formulating the best plan. Additionally, distance from the prospective suppliers and the potential […]

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Demineralization trailers enable natural gas fired turbine startup

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Meeting Growing Demand by Rod Reston The shift to natural gas to generate electricity in the U.S. has been unmistakable and sudden. From 2000 to 2015, electricity generation from natural gas-fired plants doubled to 32% of all fuel sources. Last April, natural gas generated more electricity than coal for the first […]

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Remote monitoring key to mobile DI success during oil refinery

August 21, 2017

  View Full Case Study Problem Remaining true to its reputation for providing the utmost in customer service and system efficiency, MPW Industrial Water delivered when an oil refinery in the Southeastern United States needed to replace part of its on-site water purification system. In addition to the client’s need for processed water, other complicating […]

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Emergency response, RO, DI systems allow chemical plant to overcome blackout

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem When a Louisiana chemical plant suffered a site-wide blackout, plant personnel learned they would have to bring each power-generation unit, and its corresponding water filtration system, back on-line individually. Facility workers quickly returned the on-site demineralization system to functional status, but it was receiving almost zero condensate return. To re-establish […]

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DI Capacity Exceeds Customer Expectations

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem Nearly 15 million gallons of high purity deionized water were required to support a series of steam blows at a 2,800 MW Southeastern U.S. power generation station. These steam blows were associated with the startup testing of four combustion turbines (CTs) to expand the capacity of the generation station. The […]

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