Water Purification Systems for Commercial & Industrial Applications – Bracebridge, Ontario
To us, every business is unique, and each has its’ own requirements of purified water. For some, soft water is sufficient, while others require completely de-mineralized/deionized process water. As an experienced water treatment contractor, Viridian Water Systems provides a custom quotation for water purification systems to each client. Together, we are a team of well-practiced, efficient water treatment professionals, committed to business excellence and the prosperity of our customers. With a growing demand for commercial and industrial water treatment in the Greater Toronto Area, Viridian Water Systems has shifted its’ attention to cities like Bracebridge, Bolton, Clarington, Strathroy, Milton, Vaughan. The most commonly employed water purification products include:
- water softeners
- deionized water systems
- reverse osmosis systems
- carbon filters
- sediment filters
- turbidity filters
- UV systems (ultraviolet light disinfection systems)
- storage tanks
- iron removal systems
Although Viridian Water Systems does cater to the residential market, the bulk of our business comes from commercial & industrial operations such as powder coating factories, power generation facilities, research laboratories, hospitals, manufacturing plants, automotive component fabricators, electrical equipment manufacturers, food & beverage producers and a number of farming applications. In recent years, we have experienced an increase in demand for pure water/deionized water in Bracebridge, Rexdale, Caledon, Brampton, York, Mississauga, Milton, Oakville, Toronto, Scarborough, Markham and Richmond Hill. The vast majority of our water purification projects take place in Southwestern Ontario, more so in rural areas.
Bracebridge, Ontario Facts:
- Bracebridge is the home of Santa’s Village, a Christmas theme park, established in 1955.
- The Bracebridge railway station doesnot receives service as the Ontario Northland Northlander line was discontinued by the Ontario government.