SERVICE LEVEL I:
A basic sampling and analysis of potable water from all appropriate points in the facility, summarized in a report of the findings. This is the cost-effective first step in any assessment of hazards that may compromise the safety of drinking water in an industrial facility.
Analysis and reporting parameters may include:
Level I services may assist in characterizing water quality, and potentially complying with various standards or regulations.
If deficiencies are detected, Level II and Level III services will identify the cause and allow for effective remediation measures to be developed.
SERVICE LEVEL II:
In addition to a Level 1 water sampling and analysis, HydroCorp will conduct a comprehensive point-of-use potable water system compliance survey, from the main inlet to all terminal ends. The survey will inventory and document all water-using fixtures and appliances, backflow prevention devices / assemblies, and all associated equipment.
Compliance survey includes:
SERVICE LEVEL III:
CONTROL SURVEY &
PIPING SYSTEM DRAWINGS
In addition to Level 1 and Level 2 services, HydroCorp will generate complete drawings of your facility potable and process water piping, color-coded and comprehensively annotated. Delivered in both CAD and hard copy, these diagrams are important for safe facility management, renovation, or expansion.
System drawings include the following information:
HydroCorp serves industrial clients in all 48 contiguous US States, as well as Canada and Mexico.
Stopping Legionella Disease. Before it Starts.
HydroCorp was called in to help develop a Legionella Disease Prevention Plan for a large Veteran’s Administration healthcare facility, in accordance with VHA Directive 1061. The VA campus is composed of thirteen buildings including a 7-story hospital, Community Living Center, and multiple residential buildings for housing veterans. A HydroCorp team was dispatched to identify any risks the building water systems might pose to patients and residents.