January 24, 2019

Monica sandbox

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Discharged water from cooling towers contains anti-scalant, anti-corrodant and an-ti-microbiological toxic chemicals used to control scaling, fouling and corrosion. The blowdown is discharged into local sewage or stormwater systems and ultimately into the environment.

Key Facts

  • While high-efficiency cross-flow microsand filtration (CMF) is a uniquely effective solution for reducing fouling, according to research by Eneref Institute only about 15% of all US commercial buildings use CMF systems in their cooling towers.
  • Unlike total dissolved solids, total suspended solids (TSS) can be reduced by filtration. Reducing TSS makes chlorine and other disinfectants more effective, allowing chemical treatments to be reduced by as much as 35%.
  • In the United States, Legionnaires’ disease is fairly common and serious—one of the top three causes of non-epidemic, community-acquired pneumonia.
July 6, 2019

Steel Windows in North Carolina Home

“We looked at a number of different products,” said Josh Allison of Josh Allison Architecture of Charlotte, NC. “The Hope’s steel windows and doors are not only time-tested, durable and low-maintenance, they fulfilled our aesthetic and functional requirements like no other.” 

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July 4, 2019

Steel Windows in Bal Harbour Restaurant

“Hope’s is one of the very select few, if not the only, steel window manufacturer that meets the demanding Miami-Dade impact and wind loading hurricane standards – an obvious choice,” says Rakesh Patel, Senior Project Architect for Hillstone Restaurant Group. 

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July 3, 2019

Polished Concrete Flooring in Retail Store

“Wood flooring can expand and contract, affecting durability and surface quality,” said Gary Staso, Director of Construction for American Eagle Outfitters. “Compared to primarily all-wooden flooring, I put concrete in. I don’t have to worry about it.” 

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July 2, 2019

Steel Doors in Grand Lakefront Home

“Hope’s doors have been used on numerous late-Victorian style homes,” says Ryan A. Russell, Director of Marketing Product Management for Hope’s. “Every project has its own unique design and our high-quality products fulfilled the vision for this one.” 

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