IGC is your Worldwide high-quality CO2 provider of choice
During processing within your business, waste water is a naturally by-product, and this needs disposing of in a responsible way to ensure you comply with environmental regulations. Rebalancing the pH of water before it enters the water system is paramount – CO2 is the most popular method of achieving this.
Applicable industries for PH control:
The PH control process explained…
Historically, acid was the ‘go-to’ method of neutralising the pH of water for safe disposal, however CO2 is now typically the recognised method for a safer, more effective and cheaper way of controlling pH levels. With acid comes the risk of adding too much and the need to repeat the neutralisation process – more time, effort and cost to your business. Choosing carbon dioxide ensures your waste water does not drop below pH 6 in a more gradual process. CO2 is introduced in as small or large doses as you like, promoting control and ultimately, more accurate results. Crucially, your business benefits from a safer and more economical site – a consumer and business-friendly solution.
Advantages of CO2 in Water Treatment:
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CO2 is one of the purest methods of production available for the food and drinks markets of today. IGC, as an independent company, offers very affordable pricing for your business. With over 25 years of experience we have solutions for your business at every stage of your production, manufacture and retail processes. The high quality storage and supply services from IGC means that your business can operate in the most profitable and efficient way possible.
Regulatory Compliance Guaranteed
Vessel manufactures construct pressure vessels under various codes, IGC Engineering are flexible and can accommodate the design to suit the clients requirement, the most popular is Pressure Equipment Directive (Directive 97/23/EC) (PED). IGC also deal with ASME – Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code in the United States and work under BCGA recommendations in the United Kingdom. Each association works with suppliers of pressure vessels through a dialog with government agencies. In addition we as company comply with the Health and Safety Executive to promote the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 (PSSR), this ensures both customer and operatives are working with in UK laws, and more importantly are confident in knowing safety and security is at the forefront of the design and manufacture.