iWaterPRO web application streamlines RO system management

iWaterPRO — a web application from King Lee Technologies — streamlines reverse osmosis system management with unbiased diagnostics, automated recommendations and alert notifications on interactive trend graphs. 

“The tremendous demand for high-quality drinking water is rapidly rising in the U.S. and globally,” says Craig Netwig, president of King Lee Technologies. “But desalination plants are facing issues, such as increasingly challenging feed water, that can make scheduling proactive cleanings difficult.” 

The software diagnoses system health through a user-friendly dashboard view that allows secure access and management of multiple RO systems from a centralized location. Individual health gauges interpret data for each train and provide instant feedback and recommendations. The app makes it easy to predict optimal cleaning times, which lengthens membrane life by avoiding excessive fouling and cleaning. This proactive approach saves facilities time and money. 

iWaterPRO’s interactive and customizable long-term graphs also let users establish performance baselines. Operators can compare performance from operational changes and make decisions based on real-time data of what works best for a system long term.

“We’re excited to strengthen and improve RO management and conversations about data by providing a universal standard for communication between team members and with consultants,” says Netwig. 

More information is available at iWaterPRO.com.

King Lee Technologies was founded in 1977 by Craig Netwig. Headquartered in San Diego with five distribution points in the U.S. and 14 worldwide, the company develops and refines product lines in antiscalants, membrane cleaners and specialty products. As a leader in the membrane chemical industry, King Lee Technologies continues to support operators, OEMs and consulting engineering firms. 

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