Education and Government
Protect Schools and Buildings With Filtration
For government buildings and universities worldwide, filtration is used to reduce energy use, protect equipment, and end unnecessary downtime. Airborne debris, dirt, silt, sand other suspended particles negatively affect heat transfer efficiencies through the creation of scale, fouling, biological activity, and corrosion. Filtration effectively removes these harmful solids, boosting efficiency and lowering maintenance costs.
A large government building in Washington , D.C. is saving more than $700 every month in replacement element costs after installing four LAKOS Separators. These separators are now removing the sand and grit from the water of four large water fountains in the building, eliminating routine maintenance and replacement costs. Learn More