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Hi:

Stanley Fink w/MCC out of New Orleans, have a question for you, hope you can help.

We have a property that we are working with (27 Story office building) the project is showing signs of calcium build up in the domestic COLD water system, especially on the distribution of the wet columns.

Can you offer any advice and / or insight as to what might be causing this, and what we can do to reverse, and / or teat the domestic water system?

Do you know of any test and / or procedure that we can use to monitor the progress of the build up in the piping system?

Domestic water system (piping) is a galvanized groove lock systems, system is experiencing failures at the joints, and edges of the piping system, and can you offer any comments on what might be causing this to happen.

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Thanks

SF
 

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