Dober’s Water Treatment Division provides scale and corrosion inhibitors and
biocides for cooling towers and many other applications. It is the home of Smart
Release® technology, which is safer, simpler, more reliable and
“greener” than traditional liquid alternatives.
This diffusion-based, controlled-release tablet and membrane technology is
also a striking example of our commitment to technology and service.
Customers rave about our lightweight bags of tablets that can’t spill,
set-it-and-practically-forget-it operation, easy installation and end to pump
failure and drum and pail disposal. And it couldn’t be easier to use. Simply
insert sealed biocide canisters or 100% recyclable bags of scale and corrosion
inhibitor tablets into the non-mechanical feeder and replace as scheduled.
As long as water is flowing, Smart Release is working.
Smart Release technology is compatible with cooling towers made by every
manufacturer. We are especially proud of our partnership with Evapco— a leading
global supplier of cooling towers, fluid coolers and evaporative condensers—
providing the first ever factory-mounted chemical solution for water treatment
of cooling towers.
Endorsed by leading water treatment companies in the U.S., Smart Release is
currently used to treat cooling towers as well as critical closed loop systems
and air washers (commonly referred to as swamp coolers). It is also ideal for
many other commercial and institutional applications:
Put our 50 years of innovation, service and expertise to work, and see how
Dober alone gives your customers the customized solutions, convenience,
simplicity, reliability, safety and eco-friendly option they’re looking for.
SmartReleaseTechnology.com to learn more about this simple, safe, reliable
way to treat water.
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What is Smart Release® Technology?
Scale and Corrosion Inhibitor Overview
Smart Release Installation uses no pumps or liquid drums
Feeder installation is simple
Scale and Corrosion Tablets are non-toxic
All products are tested on cooling tower simulation rigs