Loudoun Water in Northern Virginia has a history of embracing change and seizing opportunities to create a more robust and sustainable water system. Situated in the fast-growing suburbs of Washington, D.C., Loudoun Water provides chloraminated drinking water to more than 65,000 households through a network of over 1,200 miles of pipes and seven tanks. Loudon Water's efforts to improve the operational efficiency of its drinking water system has been a key element of its mission to sustainably manage water resources.
Ice damage inside your water storage tanks can cost you thousands of dollars every winter and can lead to expensive emergency repairs. Learn how active mixing can prevent the formation of ice in your tanks, and can deliver superior water quality year-round.
Mixing in potable water storage tanks is increasingly recognized as an important factor for improving water quality and protecting tank assets. Thorough mixing eliminates thermal stratification and ensures uniform conditions in tanks. This has been shown to lower overall disinfectant residual demand, reduce the risk of nitrification and enable safe, reliable boosting of residual disinfectant.