News Archive

HydroFLOW USA to Receive Prestigious Water Award
09-20-2017
HydroFLOW USA of Redmond, WA, will receive the prestigious Innovative Technology Award from the Water Environment Federation.
Six Reasons to Drink More Water
06-26-2017
Here at HydroFLOW USA, we know water. Here are 6 reasons to drink more of it.
Pipeline Perspective - WE&T Magazine Article
08-03-2016
"HydroFLOW contributed to less polymer use and drier cake at the Somersworth, NH, wastewater treatment plant."
Water & Wastes Digest - More Hydropath, Less Polymer - By Douglas Lee Miller, P.E., BCEE
08-01-2016
"Somersworth, N.H., wastewater treatment plant reduces polymer use by more than 25%."
Article - HydroFLOW Chemical-Free Bacteria Neutralization - Oil and Gas Sector
08-15-2015
Article - HydroFLOW Chemical-Free Bacteria Neutralization - Oil and Gas Sector
Hydropath Marine: Scaling-Be-Gone
08-15-2015
Green technology provides chemical-free solution to combat lime scale, bacteria, algae and biofouling in ships’ various water systems
Biotech Microbial Platform Lands in the Oil Patch
04-01-2015
“We have introduced the HydroFLOW for non-chemical bacteria reduction in upstream-water treatment at a reduced cost compared to chemical-based biocides, and the RAPID-B has been ideal for verifying the effectiveness of the HydroFLOW in real time,” according to Brent Mulliniks, President of AES.
Kitchen Innovations Award Letter
03-02-2015
HydroFLOW USA wins the 2015 Kitchen Innovations Award from the National Restaurant Association.
Secondary Disinfection for Swimming
12-01-2013
Washington state public pool improves water quality with conditioning system.
Canine Connection
01-01-2013
Veterinary facility rehabs canine therapy pools with new treatment system.
Scale Reduction Savings
07-01-2012
Conditioning system helps apartment complex increase energy efficiency.
A Solution for Scale Removal
12-01-2011
Water conditioners resolve restaurant's spotty dishes
Shopping Center Beats Limescale
04-01-2009
Extremely hard water caused havoc with the air conditioning at a shopping center in Hungary.