Dripping Wet Water, Inc, believes in disinfecting water wisely.
DWW focuses on legionella control and water disinfection of water loops, a water, reverse osmosis membrane systems, food safety, and cooling towers.
Chlorine Dioxide an EPA-approved water disinfection product is a natural choice. The CLO2IX® product line delivers Chlorine Dioxide instantaneously in a pure solution to disinfect water worldwide. .
Treating a typical hospital for legionella with CLO2IX™ costs less than $1.00 per day per bed and has the potential to save the hospital or commercial facility millions. CLO2IX™ allows you save money and prevent the spread of legionella.
As water becomes scarce, technologies like reverse osmosis (RO) systems must be employed to make the water suitable for its intended application. Being chlorine and ozone free, Chlorine dioxide is the obvious choice to remove the biofilm from reverse osmosis systems membrane. CLO2IX™ generators are currently operating successfully on RO systems around the world, extending membrane life and decreasing power consumption.
Bacterial contamination is a concern in our food supply from the farmer to the retailer. Chicken farmers can suffer longer growing cycles or even lose entire barns of chickens due to bacteria spreading through the drinking water or when the packaging is contaminated with Salmonella or E. coli. CLO2IX™ generators are used globally in all types of food processing applications, including breweries, greenhouses, bottling plants, and poultry plants and farms.
Biofilm is the enemy of any cooling tower. DWW employees CLO2IX™to treat and eliminate the biofilm in the towers. This saves money and lives.
The founders of Dripping Wet Water, Dick Sampson and Allison Sampson, both chemical engineers, are involved in the day to day operations involved in ongoing technology development. They hold several patents on DWW technologies as well as chlorine dioxide technologies.
Dripping Wet Water Inc. is an experienced, yet progressive company that takes a different approach to the water treatment industry.
Water will be more valuable than oil in our lifetime.
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.