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Reduce the upfront & life-cycle cost of your reagent preparation system
Our modular approach to system design means we can significantly reduce engineering, design and delivery costs to our customers, while still supplying a fully customized system. But our cost savings strategies don’t end there. Our life-cycle approach to reagent preparation systems means that we will work with you to keep your system running efficiently and free of unplanned interruptions for the life of your system.

The cost of chemical consumption and equipment maintenance are significant contributors to the operating cost of a facility. With your focus on production, it’s easy to lose sight of the cost associated with inefficient use of chemicals and lack of maintenance of your reagent preparation system components.


Learn how a plant in North Dakota
decreased their quicklime
consumption by nearly $1 million

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You are probably using more chemical than you should be
Our extensive knowledge and experience with reagent preparation systems helps us identify why our customers are experiencing elevated operation and maintenance costs at their facilities. Since slurry reactivity has never been studied, until now, many operators just add more chemical to their systems rather than looking at how to improve it.

At STT Systems & Solutions we stay on the cutting edge of this technology and we perform our own research and development to continuously improve the design and operation of bulk chemical handling systems.

We’ve found up to 40% in chemical savings for our customers
We have studied the reactivity of slurry. In fact, we’ve spent years researching the factors that affect lime slaking reactivity both in the field and in the lab and we’ve developed the System Optimization Study to assist operators in identifying the costly inefficiencies happening in their plant.

But it doesn’t end there. We develop solutions, supply the equipment and go on to implement the changes needed to reduce costs and improve the efficiency of a system.