Showing posts from 2021

....all we really wanted to hear was "WELCOME HOME"...

Not exactly water-related - just my thoughts of a time gone by.

Under Water Live Camera Services

  OUT OF SITE OUT OF MIND No more! Here at WAM we have discovered tools that were needed and in the end were either too expensive or just not available.  We discovered a need that will save many industrial, agricultural, and commercial clients time and reduce their overall annual operational cost. WAM-CAM for where no person wants to go! Why do we try schedule every year at the same time, cleaning basins, ponds, industrial settling tanks whether needed or not?     IT'S THE GREAT UNKNOWN - right? Forget all these concerns, especially for scuba divers (cost a fortune) with the use of our WAM-CAM for up to 80 meters or 262 feet.  However generally speaking, there are not a lot systems that we focus on have  systems  more than 50'. Our service when needed would be for a small fee plus time to perform a look into the depths of your "water world" , recording is live and will be included in our report back to you. As they use to say, give it to Mikey, he'll try anything!

Keep your CA chiller drip pans clean

Introducing WAM's newly designed TSS removal system to reduce/eliminate overflow alarms leading to work stoppage and eliminating spoiled product packaging with zero discharge self cleaning VAF filtration. Increasing your ROI to the operation and maintenance of Condensate Drip Pans in Cold Storage 


What a horrific loss of life. If the pool/chemical rep or maintenance engineer had reported this anomaly earlier, and even if this was reported numerous times, then going unheeded makes this tragedy that much worse.  For those that perished RIP. 

Once Upon a Time - - - magic machine

  BACK IN TIME Steam Powered Operated Farm Tractor Back in the 80's we were told that the very first "steam water treatment" were potato skins for their phosphate content and then followed by phosphate balls.  Apparently cast-iron cooking vessels back in the day for potato's did not exhibit as much scale in the pot after cooking as other foods.    Water Treatment if you were lucky to use surface lake/river water in the PNW - you were less likely to scale than when they started using well water, certainly tough going if too far from the lake/river.  This looks like a lot of hot work to plow a field.  Now cushioned CABS with A/C, and almost full automation (GPS etc.) are the norm.   We certainly have come a long way   Not sure if solar powered, battery or wind driven means of power for these tractors of today may not be possible.  Who knows, the earth was once thought of as "FLAT" I STAND CORRECTED seams to be the best way to go as long as restorative power is


Here at WAM we do honor all Pollywogs!  We have made special compensation since these Pollywogs have to deal with water .  One way or the other they have to face their water treatment needs. King Neptune is asking all of us to do our part in keeping the ocean clean, lowering your chemical footprint. The technology and tools are readily available 🙈🙈🙊  

All-in-one Organic Boiler Treatment

New from WAM for Steam Boilers.  Click here or on video clip for more information on our new All Organic " All-in-One " for Hot Water Boilers and Low & High Pressure Steam Generators    "Fire Eye", "Combustion Chamber Viewer", "Gas Flame Portal", "Fireside Fuel/Air Flow  Observer" Lots of names for it, nonetheless, astonishing to  see the Fireside in action  on this  125,000 pph unit  See Video

Fibonacci Spiral and how it portrays so many things in life.

Let's take a break from water treatment and look at something relating to the Golden Ratio.  Find out  about the Fibonacci numbers and so much more.   This is how you formulate a perfect spiral. It is fascinating the more you look into this spiral, his numbers and the Golden Ratio.   Have fun!   

Water is a terrible thing to waste

Using the best mechanically designed equipment along with chemistry to increase profits ______________________________________________________ The best part of saving water is helping design processes that will use mechanical engineering and chemistry to help those that depend on not just maintaining their margins, but working daily to increase their company outlook by reducing costs that are generally unexpected or just acceptable as "everyday expenses" We at WAM have had a great time helping folks find ways to save their water with straight forward logic.  Give us a call and let's see if we can help you have a great year.