Soft Wave CSA Update
August 23, 2016
Stina Resources Ltd (“the Company”) is pleased to announce that it has received its first Canadian Standards Association (CSA) approval for its standard 6 inch SW-C6 Soft Wave model under the Special Inspections Program. This means this unit has been cleared for commercial use, and will be used as comparative model by the CSA for certification of future SW-C6 units as they are produced. The Company is in the process of preparing several more installations of Soft Wave at various strategic Vancouver-area locations for testing and monitoring. Details will follow soon.
About Soft Wave
Soft Wave is a non-chemical water treatment system that provides a number of cost-saving, environmental, and personal benefits to household consumers, businesses, city water infrastructures, and large industrial operations. Soft Wave dissolves and suspends minerals in the water, thus preventing scale formation inside the pipes and the elimination of prior scaling. Soft Wave technology has been in development for over six years and has been commercially available in the U.S. for the past three years. During that time, Soft Wave has been installed in such locations as Dole Foods, Fresh Express and Best Western Hotels, in addition to a number of other well-known companies throughout North America.
Soft Wave is completely scalable and works as well in homes as it does in power plants. Benefits include a reduction or elimination of all chemical additives in your water system, elimination of calcium and mineral deposits, reduced maintenance or replacement costs of your system, and significant cost savings while reducing environmental footprints.
Applying Soft Wave technology in industrial cooling tower operations reduces water evaporation, eliminates the need for chemical cleaning and will normally lead to increased cycles. These factors combine to decrease the required makeup water, and decrease the blow down water, thus saving millions of gallons of water and reducing the reliance on chemical treatment to prevent scaling, and reduce production downtime. This means potential large scale industrial cost savings through reduced wear and tear on components, reduced liability, reduced overhead, and increases in efficiency. Potential customers are numerous, from power plants, to refineries, steel factories, agricultural operations, food production plants, city water systems, and residential homes.