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Homeyer Consulting Services, Inc. is the country’s largest independent industrial water consulting laboratory, specializing in HVAC and process-related waters. We help our clients oversee more than $150 million in water treatment contracts and help to protect $15 billion worth of replaceable physical plant touched by treated water.

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Upcoming Trade Shows:

2024 HFIC Conference
July 22 – 23, 2024
Booth #901

Our Clients

Our structured field team consults to over 6,500 sites worldwide, with a primary concentration in North America.

  • Universities
  • Data Centers
  • Hospitals
  • Government Facilities
  • Plastics Plants
  • Hotels
  • Pharmaceutical Plants
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Food Production Plants
  • Casinos & Entertainment Industries
  • Small Business Properties

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Equipment We Protect

We help to protect water-based equipment touched by treated water.

  • Cooling Towers
  • Chillers
  • Boilers
  • Condenser Tubes
  • Hot Loops
  • Production Equipment
  • Storage Tanks
  • Heat Exchangers
  • System Piping
  • Steam Turbines
  • Condensate Receivers
  • Glycol Loops
  • Package Units
  • Filters
  • Air Handlers
  • Surge Tanks
  • Deaerators
  • Decorative Fountains

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Services We Offer

We provide onsite samplings, laboratory analysis, and water system audits to protect against corrosion, deposition, and biological fouling.

  • Monitoring Programs
  • Water Treatment Bids
  • Laboratory Analysis
  • Expert Witness Testimony
  • Borescope Inspections

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The Water Treatment Industry

Experienced water treatment professionals are leaving the industry and service is decreasing to unacceptable levels, in turn affecting the health of your systems.

The following are at risk:


Quality of Care:

Many of the water treatment representatives are turning to cheaper, less-effective technologies to minimize chemical costs and to appear more competitive to the uninformed end-user.


Accurate Information:

Field service reports often state that systems are in good health, only for a failure to occur weeks later. It is difficult to identify problems when service reports only record a few factors, such as pH, conductivity, and inhibitor levels.


Key Assets:

The average 800,000 square foot building has over $24 million of replaceable physical plant touched by treated water.


Why Do I Need a Water Consultant?

Generally, the treatment supplier dictates what your problems are, what chemicals you need, and how much it will cost. We are focused on reversing this process and helping you to gain control over the water treatment vendor.

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State of the Art Laboratory

Our ever-expanding laboratory and field capabilities have made us a dominant force in the water treatment industry, and a valuable resource to our customers.

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Continuing Research

We are well known for continuing research in the areas of Legionella, enhanced and high efficiency tubes, system cleanings, biological fouling, condensate and glycol contamination, intermittent use, and much more.

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