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Bookkeeper/Office Administration

Job Title: Bookkeeper/Office Administration Job Description/ Duties: The position is a full time Bookkeeper/Office Administration which will report to a Controller. The current job opening is an accounting position which is a blend of basic accounting, purchasing, generating financial reports, and most importantly, experience.  Main responsibilities for this position are as follows: General Business Accounting: Complete accounting tasks related to accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash, hard copy/digital filing, and sending out specialized product quotes.  These tasks are c ... Read more >

2019 Trade Shows!

AMSA, Inc. has 2 main trade show exhibitions on its docket for the Fall of 2019. AWT Annual Convention & Exposition – Palm Springs, California, will be the place to be September 11-14 as the Association of Water Technologies comes together for technical and education sessions, the tradeshow, networking and social functions. Visit with our sales & technical team at booth 417 to get your questions answered about using AMSA BCP™ Chemistry in cooling water applications. Click here for more information about 2019 AWT Annual Convention & Exposition. GRC Annual Meeting & Expo - P ... Read more >

Maintaining Microbiological Control in Cooling Towers

Go Beyond the Clean-up Power of AMSA BCP™ Chemistry - Witnessing the clean-up of a heavily fouled cooling tower or cooling water system can be a dramatic experience. Many customers are sold on the strengths of AMSA BCP™ products to penetrate/disperse/clean biofilm in cooling water systems after seeing clean-up applications similar to the one pictured here. In fact, many customers have won accounts by performing chemical cleanings in cooling towers, chillers, and closed loop systems with AMSA chemistry.  However, a good cooling tower maintenance program prevents the need for cleaning a ... Read more >

Biofouling Control in Small Cooling Towers

Why is biofouling control overlooked in small cooling towers? Biofouling control in small to medium cooling towers is overlooked. AMSA, Inc. has developed a simple technology that is easier to dose than more common liquid chemical equivalents.  DTEA II™ Slow Release tablets give personnel at schools, hospitals, and office buildings a safer treatment option that can last up to 30 days.  Most importantly, when used in conjunction with a solid form of DBNPA, such as, AQUCAR™ SUMP BUDDY™ DB 40 TL Water Treatment Microbiocide you have an effective Biofilm Control Program™. This short video shows ... Read more >

2018 Trade Shows!

AMSA, Inc. has 2 main trade show exhibitions on its docket for the Fall of 2018. AWT Convention & Exposition – Orlando, FL September 26-29. Come talk with our sales & technical team about using AMSA BCP™ chemistry in cooling water applications. For more information about the AWT exhibition go to http://www.awt.org/annualconvention18/ GRC Annual Meeting & Expo - Reno, NV, October 14 – 17. Visit us to learn about our BCP™ 5000 series chemistry for sulfur deposit removal and prevention in geothermal power plant cooling water systems. Also discover how BCP™ 5000 chemistry works in a ... Read more >

New Patent: Use of BCP™ 5000 for Sulfur Deposit Control in Geothermal Power Plant Cooling Water.

AMSA, Inc. is pleased to announce the issuance of US patent 9,365,444, “Formulations for use in sulfur scale control in industrial water systems.” In particular, it claims a method for removal and inhibition of elemental sulfur deposits in geothermal utility cooling water systems. Foreign patents covering other countries with important geothermal resources have also previously issued or are pending. The sulfur fouling problem Geothermal energy production is an important and growing segment of the worldwide energy picture. In geothermal power plant cooling water systems where hydrogen sul ... Read more >

Why is There Foam in My Cooling Tower?

Foam in Cooling Towers Treated with BCP™ 1000 and BCP™ 2000 Series Cleaner/Dispersant Products - Foam happens - Foam generation is a common natural aquatic phenomenon, occurring in lakes, rivers and throughout the world’s oceans. Natural foams formed at a waterfall (left), and at the seashore. Foam formation requires the presence of a surface active agent (surfactant) to reduce surface tension at the air-water interface.  It also requires the input of mechanical energy to mix air into the water.  In natural environments this mechanical mixing energy might result from wave action, wind ac ... Read more >

Learning to Live With Biofilm: The Challenge of an Effective Biofilm Control Program

The organism always wins. This is the challenge of biofilm control. Microbial biofouling and its root cause, biofilm, cannot be totally prevented, at least for a practical length of time in industrial settings. We have many approaches to keep it at bay but it will always be with us. Biofilm Mission Control In industrial water treatment, our goal is to keep biofouling under control. We should target treatments that keep the effects of biofilm below a detectable “threshold of interference” (i.e., the point at which an industrial process is impacted negatively). When biofilm growth rea ... Read more >

2016 Trade Shows!

AMSA, Inc. has 3 main trade show exhibitions on its docket for the Fall of 2016. AWT Convention & Exposition – San Diego, CA September 7 – 10. Come talk with our sales & technical team about using AMSA BCP™ chemistry in cooling water applications at booth 110. This year we will highlight our new BCP™ 2000 series products and BCP™ 4000 series All-in-One Drum formulation support. For more information on the AWT exhibition go to http://www.awt.org/annualconvention16/ GEA GEOEXPO+ - Sacramento, CA, October 23 – 26. Visit AMSA, Inc. at booth 335 to learn about AMSA’s BCP™ 5000 series che ... Read more >

Does your cooling tower have a biofouling problem?

What's growing in your tower? It’s important to be able to identify microbial biofouling in the industrial cooling systems that you treat. We know that biofouling is a bad thing … reducing the heat transfer performance of a cooling system, as well as causing microbially induced corrosion, harboring pathogens, and accumulating scale deposits. All these problems can lead to increased costs … and headaches for the water treater. But microbial biofouling, and its root cause, biofilm, may be hard to observe within the mostly hidden surfaces of a cooling system. A biofilm layer that is not even perce ... Read more >