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Extending Process Water Capabilities
RNT Clean surfaces create a better environment for process water. Eliminating Surface Societies of Bacteria (Biofilm) is critical.
RNT treatment delivers resonance obstruction against signaling QSM (Quorum Sensing Molecules). RNT treatment delivers resonance obstruction against signaling QSM (Quorum Sensing Molecules). Bacterial colonizing becomes unsuccessful in process water treated with RNT.
RNT Significance Any form of surface buildup (deposit) indicates strongly attached biological subsistence (sessile) especially on high temperature surfaces.
RNT Eliminating planktonic (floating microorganisms) and especially sessile bacterial colonies, leave all surfaces clean from any type of deposits.
RNT Need for Technology Current practice in Chemical and Non-Chemical modalities are unable to achieve Scale Deposit Control Disinfection at ambient pH.
GRNT delivers an incomparable approach to extending usefulness in process water treatment.
Ageing Water systems of the world can now be cleaned of all biological colonies while remaining in service.
RNT RNT treatment cleans surfaces while producing exceptionally high disinfected process water.
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