Hydrosmart is in collaboration with highly accredited Princess Royal Station at Burra, South Australia. Hydrosmart has provided a H80EO Hydromaster to Princess Royal Station to go on one of their Feedlots, to measure the difference on weight gain and stock health. Specific data will be taken at different stages in a 110 day cycle, between…
Hello Tanya Bertelsmeier, (Club Secretary/Event Manager) Thank you for your interest into Hydrosmart water treatment. RE: Clare Valley Racing Club, bore water leaving residue build up on outlets and sprinklers. Require a Hydrosmart to stop the calcium scale problems, and help with the Sodium Absorption from our bore water on the grass for the race…
Cunnamulla QLD, TABLE GRAPE GROWER John Biggs. When asked by Paul from Hydrosmart what was grower John Biggs observation now, that he has used Hydrosmart over the past 6 years. On his Commercial Table Grape crops. John responded : “Even when water quality deteriorates (up to pH 9.8), the grapes grew well. Also a big…
(SAR) The Sodium adsorption ratio in water is very important for good soil retention of moisture and plant growth. Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) Nuriootpa Viticulture Experiment Station Mr Roger Maywald who is the current Centre Manager, has now used a Hydrosmart H80EO, on a bore that is supplying irrigated water to their vineyards.…
Hydrosmart is being used by The Coal Authority UK, for analysing our water conditioning effectiveness, as part of the Authorities Sustainability Program. The Coal Authority UK’s test, will be to install the Hydrosmart, on a sample line that takes raw mine water, before the oxidation cascade. However, the mine water will have been exposed to…
Pilot trial of 100mm Hydrosmart H100EO, on saline ground water supply, for cotton farm in Winnsboro, Louisiana USA Trial has been very successful, cotton normally has burned leaves where water gets on plants. But with 3000ppm salt plants stayed green and production was better. Cotton is a natural fibre grown on a plant related to…
Water for health and home: Hydrosmart solves bore water problems Long-time residents of North Queensland, Jo Kelly and her family had been struggling with poor water quality for over 17 years. Installing Hydrosmart turned their previously unusable bore water into a fresh supply. Hard saline water Ms Kelly’s water was extremely saline, full of calcium…
California here we come ! A independent field experiment gets underway in the USA using water of 3,200 ppm & 2,000 ppm salts- using both untreated water and treated using Hydrosmart’s Enhanced Output water conditioning units. Being used to drip irrigate mango seedlings in sandy soils, it will run for some time to observe tree…
Boulia Shire- Queensland has elected to improve quality of life for the township by using Hydrosmart to treat it’s multiple bore water fed supply that is the town’s lifeblood. Having lived with calcium and iron scale / hardness problems for years, by are applying two Hydromaster 160 mm Enhanced Output treatment systems to its pipes…
A LACK of usable water is one of the biggest problems facing Australian producers. With around 80 per cent of the country taken up by farms, there is no profit if there is no water. But over the last two decades, Adelaide business Hydrosmart has been helping to turn the tide around Australia for those…
Roxby Downs Golf Club has upgraded their Recycled Water treatment system and have included two Hydrosmart units in the system. 1. A H110EO Hydromaster to suit DN110mm HDPE main line with flow rate of 20 l/sec. This is fitted on the supply line from our sewerage treatment lagoons to the irrigation storage dam. 2. A…
Hydrosmart were contacted directly by New Britain Palm Oil Limited. PNG Operations. Hi Sir, With all testimonies seen on the Hydrosmart system, which are very convincing. We are requiring your services, we are a OIL PALM Company in Papua New Guinea located in Alotau, Milne Province. We are experiencing calcium build-up in all our housing…
Durban, South Africa, 22 March 2017– What if we were to consider the vast quantities of domestic, agricultural and industrial wastewater discharged into the environment everyday as a valuable resource rather than costly problem? This is the paradigm shift advocated in the United Nations World Water Development Report, Wastewater: the Untapped Resource, launched today in…
Hydrosmart asked how things were performing after 12 months of use. HYDROSMART- How have you found use of Hydrosmart thus far? – has it commenced cleaning out the system and improving behaviour of the vineyard, what has been observed, using the recycled water with an E.C. of approx. 1,000mg/L Richard McLean – Yeah, we think…
Robe Hotel in South Australia’s limestone coast is happy that some of the local hard water, limestone in their kitchen has been coming away, since using Hydrosmart on the water treating the hotels mains water feed. Chef Nathan Cheung sent this update photo of the kitchen’s oven rack showing the treated v untreated contrasts on…
Trial of D60EO Hydrosmart, for issues with organic compounds (Algae) in water. A 30 Percent improvement in COD in a 10 day period, after applying Hydrosmart to a recirculating wastewater pipe-work. Chemical oxygen demand (COD) In environmental chemistry, the chemical oxygen demand (COD) test is commonly used to indirectly measure the amount of organic compounds…
My business in Dili Timor Leste is running the oldest hotel in town called the Hotel Dili and now runs with the best water in town. Problems I was having several years back when I contacted Hydrosmart were scale in pipes, hard water, build up on toilets and cisterns. The ice machines had scale and…
Hi Hydrosmart, here are some recent photos and some great news! We were presented with the Royal Agricultural Society of Tasmania 2012 Vineyard of the Year and Received the Richard Langdon perpetual trophy. As part of a category in the assessment of our application, sustainability, we were seen to be really innovative and had considered…
Craig Osborne raises horses in the Australian outback. He started treating his water with Hydrosmart water conditioners in the middle of August and has observed impressive results after the first few weeks. Mr Osborne had been experiencing significant trouble getting his horses to put on weight, even though they were eating a lot of feed.…
Australian agriculture could be set for tough time over the coming years due to climate change, according to research from the University of Melbourne.
The UN-backed World Water Day took place on March 22, highlighting the need for sustainability across the next three-and-a-half decades.
Two of Australia’s leading water scientists have pointed out that the country has a huge amount of resources beneath its feet – in underground rivers.
Mining magnate Andrew Forrest believes he can solve Australia’s drought problems by tapping into some 5,000 gigalitres of water in underground rivers.
Unfavourable climate conditions have led to a mixed bag for summer crop production, with those in the cotton industry suffering in particular.
A project launched by NASA is aiming to learn more about global drought conditions from an unlikely source – outer space.
Changeable weather has led to some winemakers in Western Australia stripping their vines and crushing fruit at the earliest point ever.
Royal Randwick Racecourse is soon to host one of the premier events in the racing calendar, but poor course conditions are posing problems.
Dairy Australia has released its latest report which shows that milk production across the country is steady, despite some volatility in the global market.
The Bureau of Meteorology has released its definitive report on Australian weather in 2014, with the year one of above average temperatures.
The ICC Cricket World Cup gets underway later this month, but could it be hindered by a number of less-than-perfect pitches across the country?
The New South Wales government announced that it will provide a further $300 million of relief funding for those effected by droughts across the state.
In a boon for the Australian wine industry, exports grew across 2014 with a staggering 700 million litres shipped to markets across the globe.
Despite a very positive 2014, the cattle industry in Australia will have a tough time over the next couple of years – in part due to drought conditions.
Three consecutive years of less than adequate water supplies are limiting the output of the cattle industry in Far North Queensland.
Extended periods of hot and dry conditions continue to make effective water management in Australian viticulture the highest priority.
A report from the Climate Council has pinpointed Australia as one of the countries that must cut greenhouse emissions if continued heatwaves are to be avoided.
Drought conditions that have plagued Australia in recent months could lead to the beef industry failing to meet its official target come June this year.
A mixture of high temperatures and a limited water supply is causing havoc for Western Australian banana growers.
Australian Asian Cup progression could be restricted by an unlikely source – the inferior quality of the turf at Lang Park in Brisbane.
Large scale desalination may not be viable, but can an effective water treatment solution help farmers get the most from their water?
Increasing average temperatures across Australia have lead to 2014 being named the third hottest year since records began way back in 1910.
With demand growing for environmentally friendly cotton supplies, what can Australia do to stay competitive in the face of ongoing droughts?
Although dry conditions have taken a toll on farmer confidence in Australia, positive market prospects offer an optimistic outlook in the long term.
Water consumption reached new heights in Australia in 2012-13. What can agricultural and domestic users do to contain costs and maximise resources?
Hydrosmart is heading to the United States to showcase its innovative water conditioning technology, joining efforts to address California’s severe drought.
Conditions in the Pacific Ocean point to a high chance of El Nino developing. This system would most likely worsen the ongoing drought in much of Australia.
Facing significant water shortages in Queensland, many residents are turning to Hydrosmart to improve sources for gardens, stock and homes.
The Bureau of Meteorology recently released a new online tool for understanding groundwater in Australia, providing comprehensive data about the resource.
World leaders have highlighted that local water issues take on global significance. Water treatment is one part of solving these problems.
A report from the Australian Water Association and Deloitte points to the need for leadership and solutions to better manage water supplies.
Google and groundwater: The Google Impact Challenge has highlighted the importance of groundwater and is rewarding solutions
An innovative project at the University of Technology Sydney has tackled the critical issue of groundwater conservation and sustainability.
Miners face hazards when they have to replace pipes frequently and when they use chemicals to descale or to remove odours. Hydrosmart technology helps workers avoid some of these risks.
Hard water can be a significant burden for restaurant owners. Here’s how Hydrosmart’s water conditioners can help.
Miners need a reliable water supply to support their operations. Resonance frequency water treatment offers a low-energy, environmentally friendly solution.
From smartphone apps to water conditioning technology, farmers have great new tools to optimise their crops. A new government initiative aims to catalyse this trend.
Whether you’re wrangling with the effects of climate change or age-old water issues, a chemical-free water conditioning system is a great way to make the most of your resources.
The Bureau of Meteorology predicts that some regions may be in for a warmer and drier-than-usual spring. Is your farm ready?
Instead of creating scaling and obstructing growth, minerals in water should contribute to healthy crops and stock. The right water technology can help.
When you’re in a remote location, overcoming poor water quality takes on additional challenges. Hydrosmart’s water conditioner technology might be just the ticket.
The World Aquatic Health Conference is being held on the Gold Coast this year, with industry leaders gathering to learn about the science of water quality.
Hydrosmart technology can be used for a wide range of purposes and its helping several facilities across the country keep on top of their water management.
Pipe scale can be a big problem for farmers. Fortunately, Hydrosmart technology can turn scale into bioavailable nutrients to benefit your plants, a win-win scenario played out on thousands of farms across Australia..
Build-up of minerals causes problems for your plumbing and appliances. Fortunately, Hydrosmart technology can help.
Wine growers across Australia will benefit from ongoing water research, particularly in regards to irrigation techniques.
Water scarcity issues are a growing concern for farmers. Fortunately, a Hydrosmart water treatment system can help.
Mining operations require large amounts of water, and dissolved calcium carbonate can have a huge impact on their profitability and productivity.
Water use by mines in the Hunter Valley is under the spotlight, with a community group accusing the industry of increasing salinity.
Fixing your water quality problems doesn’t have to be expensive, with a low-energy and cost-efficient Hydrosmart water treatment solution.
High salinity levels are bad news for agriculture, as plants, animals and farm businesses are affected by dehydration. Fortunately, Hydrosmart technology can help.