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On-Demand Webinar: Water Bath Basics

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Car Wash

QuikWater direct-contact hot water heating systems are a perfect choice to handle the hot water needs of your multi-bay car wash facility. As more and more commercial car wash operations look to clean up and green up their processes, QuikWater is helping transform their operations with meaningful innovation – the kind that creates long-term value while conserving energy and protecting the environment.

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Commercial Laundry

Commercial laundries use enormous amounts of hot water every day. Conventional boilers may struggle to deliver water that is consistently hot in the quantities your commercial laundry needs. In addition, boilers send much of their heat up the flue, which results in waste, inefficiency, and inconsistency. QuikWater direct-contact water heating systems quickly deliver hot water at consistent temperatures with high energy efficiency and low maintenance.

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Concrete

Keep your concrete business up and running year-round, even in cold climates, with hot water from QuikWater. Regardless of your local climate, QuikWater provides hot water consistently and efficiently. QuikWater heaters are simple to operate and maintain, and they are safer than conventional boilers. Keep pouring concrete – with QuikWater direct-contact water heating systems, you may wonder if you’ll ever run out of hot water.

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Food & Beverage

QuikWater direct-contact hot water heating systems deliver pure, potable, hot water on demand while eliminating the safety risks associated with standard pressurized systems. QuikWater’s direct-contact water heaters are the first systems of their kind to meet the stringent NSF/ANSI standard 3A and 5 certifications for food processing applications.

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Government Agencies

QuikWater units are used at multiple military outposts in the US. Hot water from QuikWater units is used on air bases to wash planes and other equipment. QuikWater units can also be used to clean other military vehicles or for sanitization and cleaning of products and equipment at a variety of governmental agencies.

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Manufacturing

From pet food to textiles to glass, hot water plays a key role in many various manufacturing settings. And while hot water may be a commodity, hot water generation methods are not. Boilers are dangerous and expensive. But a direct contact hot water heater like those from QuikWater has a non-pressurized design and does not require operator certification.

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Natural Gas

TERI indirect fired natural draft and forced draft water-bath heaters and glycol dehydration systems play a vital role in every aspect of the oil and gas exploration that has fueled demand to move product efficiently from the wellhead to the pipeline to the downstream processes that fuel and power homes, businesses, industries, and economies. TERI serves the natural gas industry from natural gas compressor stations throughout the Midwest, to coal-fired power plants in Texas and beyond.

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Oil & Gas

TERI indirect fired natural draft and forced draft water-bath heaters and glycol dehydration systems are used in the oil & gas industry to prevent control valves and regulators from freezing as gas pressure is reduced.

TERI heaters can be used in simple applications such as pneumatic control or natural draft applications, or complex applications such as PLC Based Control, Forced Draft, Low NOx, Ultra low NOx settings.

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Pharma

Hot water is critical for sanitization needs in the pharma and medical industries. QuikWater units provide heated water suitable for sanitization as well as clean, potable drinking and ingredient water. QuikWater units also provide hot water for use in heat packaging of pharmaceutical supplies.

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About Us

Oil, Gas, and Industrial Process Equipment (OGI) designs, manufactures, sells, and services TERI brand and QuikWater® brand products. Created in 2014, but with a long, successful history as previously separate companies, OGI Process Equipment consolidates the technology, engineering, and manufacturing services shared between the brands. We have optimized our resources to deliver the highest standard of product excellence to the industries we serve.

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OGI Services

OGI Process Controls is a UL General and Hazardous location certified panel shop that can provide design, programming, and fabrication services for your custom controls jobs. Our commitment to our UL certifications means that every panel built in our shop is built using full tested components with the highest standards in the industry.

QuikWater Services

QuikWater direct-contact hot water heating systems deliver pure, potable, hot water on demand while eliminating the safety risks associated with standard pressurized systems. QuikWater’s direct-contact water heaters are the first systems of their kind to meet the stringent NSF/ANSI standard 3A and 5 certifications for food processing applications.

TERI Services

TERI was founded in 1991 to be a custom design solutions provider for water bath heaters, which is and will continue to be our core business. That coupled with the fact our heaters are designed, manufactured and fully tested in the USA makes us the preferred choice in the oil, gas, and industrial heater markets.

TotalArc Services

The TotalArc Burner Controller system is born from the need in industry to have a reliable controller that simply works. This system is an effective flame controller system that keeps your heaters operating reliably under the worst operating conditions your natural draft heaters can be exposed to.

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