Industrial Water Quality Testing

Industrial water quality is critical in the processing, washing, diluting, cooling, and transportation of most manufactured products. According to the Water Resources Group, the demand for water is rapidly increasing, and is expected to exceed the current supply by 40% by 2030. Industry realizes that production methods that waste water jeopardize long-range operation plans and production costs. Consequently, over 90% of businesses in water-intensive industries and over 60% of business in non-water-intensive industries have developed a formal water strategy.

RJ Lee Group supports these companies as they enhance stewardship of water and troubleshoot water treatment processes. RJ Lee Group has more than 200 scientists, engineers, and technicians who provide application-specific industrial water quality testing that goes beyond what is typically provided by environmental laboratories. Their diverse technical backgrounds and experience provide laboratory and technical problem-solving support throughout your manufacturing and production processes.

Our broad range of specialized services include:

Water Analysis – Water chemistry utilizing certified Standard Method and EPA methods of analysis

Particle Characterization – Particle size distribution, composition, morphology, identification, and imaging of particulate in industrial waters. Particle size distribution by particle type/composition via SEM. Membrane fouling assessment

Scales and Deposit Characterization – Identification, cause assessment, and inhibition of scales/deposits formed during water use, processing and treatment

Filters and Membranes – Cause of blinding/fouling, porosity and integrity assessment, efficiency evaluation, membrane autopsy

Solids Handling – Sludge properties, floc size and characteristics, settling issues, evaluation of dewatering process

Chemical Treatment and Water Processing Strategies – Independent bench scale evaluation of water treatment chemicals and processes

Failure Analysis –Failure assessments of metals, polymers, concrete and other materials in aging infrastructures used to process and transport water

Corrosion Assessment – Potential for corrosion, corrosion root-cause evaluation