High Purity Water Equipment and Service Ensures Clean Water at the Georgia Aquarium
Aquarium fish need many things to survive, and clean water is one of them. The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, one of the largest in the world, required clean water for the more than 100,000 animals and fish that live there. The incoming water had to be treated before it could be used in the fresh and saltwater exhibits. The aquarium chose Siemens Water Technologies to supply specialized high-purity water treatment equipment to remove chlorine, dissolved minerals and organics from the main facility’s incoming water and the make-up water for all the fresh water exhibits. Siemens became involved in the project during the equipment layout phase, providing temporary water systems that could be used for research and for housing the animals and fish while the main aquarium was being built. Siemens worked closely with the aquarium’s director of plant engineering, the building’s architect and mechanical contractor on the permanent equipment for the main facility.
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