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CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY LAB MOVES TO REDUCE WATER USAGE
Asynt reports how the implementation of CondenSyn waterless air condensers throughout the teaching labs at the Department of Chemistry at the College of the Sequoias (Visalia, CA, USA) is benefitting the wider community whilst providing outstanding performance for their students. The colleges proactive investment in 22 CondenSyn waterless condensers has already drastically reduced water usage by the Department of Chemistry and eliminated the risk of lab flooding accidents that are a potentially costly drawback of using water condensers and something that can be difficult to avoid.

 

Andrea Smith, a chemistry lab technician at the College of the Sequoias, commented β€œThe central valley of California has been in drought-like conditions for quite a few years. Households and businesses are under severe water restrictions, having had to reduce water consumption yearly. While we not under the same restrictions, it only made sense that we should also strive to reduce our water usage/waste. It was laboratory supply company – Quark Glass - who suggested that CondenSyn waterless condenser ...