Healthcare Industry Water And Wastewater Treatment Solutions

Aries has decades of experience in the providing water treatment products and services to the healthcare industry. Aries water treatment solutions include water treatment chemicals for boilers, cooling towers and Legionella control. We partner with facilities to help improve efficiencies, maintain compliance and lower their operating costs. Contact us to learn more.

Take a look at the solutions Aries provides for the healthcare industry:

Chemicals For Water And Wastewater Treatment

Boiler Water Treatment Chemicals

Deposit & Scale control Corrosion control, Oxygen Scavengers, Condensate return line corrosion inhibitors, Descalers, Boiler pretreatment and feed equipment, and Defoamers.

Cooling Water Treatment Chemicals

Deposit & Corrosion control, Microbiocides, Dispersants, Descalers, and Feed equipment.

Membrane Chemicals

UF & MF pretreatment chemicals, RO & NF pretreatment chemicals, Antiscalents and Dispersants, Microbiocides, and MemKleen Cleaners.

Pure Water Systems

Carbon Filters

Activated carbon filters for organic and chlorine removal.

Water Softeners

Removes water hardness to reduce RO or NF membrane fouling.


Chemical or ultraviolet based disinfection systems.

Cleaning Systems

Clean-In-Place (CIP) systems for membrane filtration equipment.

Reverse Osmosis & Nano Filtration

Membrane systems for removal of dissolved solids Reverse Osmosis (RO) and Nano Filtration.

Micro & Ultra Filtration

Micro and Ultra Filtration for process separation, pure water, water reuse and wastewater treatment. Micro/Ultra Filtration Systems Technical Bulletin.

DI Exchange Systems

Deionization tank exchange and regeneration service for pure water.

Case Studies


Aries Chemical Helps Hospital Solve Boiler Water Treatment Problems

See how Aries helped a hospital with their worsening scale problem on its boiler tubes.

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