Germany’s Tetradom Water Treatment Technology:

Strengthening Technological Support to Protect Aquatic Ecosystems


The Yangtze River, China’s longest river, traverses 11 provinces and municipalities from west to east, nurturing countless people on both banks. However, with the acceleration of industrialization, the pollution of the Yangtze River has become increasingly severe, and water quality deterioration has once become a major issue in the ecological environment of the Yangtze River Basin. In the Yangtze River Basin, total phosphorus pollution has exceeded COD (chemical oxygen demand) and ammonia nitrogen, becoming the primary pollutant throughout the basin. The causes of total phosphorus pollution are diverse. According to the results of the second national pollution source survey, emissions from ‘three phosphorus’ and other industrial enterprises in the Yangtze River Basin are important reasons for aggravating phosphorus pollution.


The circulating cooling water system in the production workshop of the company has been running for a long time, and scale deposits inside the pipes have gradually accumulated, forming dense and hard scale. This has led to a decrease in the heat exchange efficiency of the system, requiring chemical agents for cleaning. After replacing chemical agents with Tetradom water treatment technology, the scale deposits inside the equipment and pipes gradually dissolve into the water under the flushing action of the water flow and are discharged from the system with the drainage. With long-term application of the technology, the scale deposits inside the equipment and pipes significantly decrease, the inner walls become smooth again, and the original metallic color of the equipment can be seen after simple water rinsing, demonstrating the technology’s excellent scale inhibition and scale removal capabilities.

Tetradom water treatment technology, introduced since 1992, has benefited over a hundred countries and regions globally, and its technological advancement still leads the industry by 20 years. As a pioneering application in the field of pure physics, Tetradom operates without electricity, additives, using ultra-precise oscillating waves with editable information to directly alter the physical properties of scale, softening old scale and preventing new scale formation. It also alters the water environment to inhibit algae growth and can create an oxide layer on the inner walls of pipes to prevent corrosion. Achieving goals of efficient scale inhibition, effective scale removal, corrosion protection, and algae inhibition, the treated industrial water can be directly discharged, achieving zero energy consumption, zero material consumption, zero carbon emissions, and zero pollution.


Tetradom water treatment technology, replacing traditional chemical agents, achieves zero pollution and zero carbon emissions, making it an ideal choice aligned with current sustainable development goals. Companies should adopt innovative technologies early to upgrade traditional water treatment methods to keep pace with the trends of the times and achieve high-quality development.

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