Zeta Nanocera strategic alliance announced

Nanocera & Zeta logosJune 10, 2016
Tucson, Arizona —  Zeta Corporation and Nanocera are pleased to announce the for­ma­tion of a strate­gic alliance co-mar­ket­ing sus­tain­able prod­ucts and tech­ni­cal ser­vices to indus­try.  The two com­pa­nies will com­bine devel­op­ment efforts in key indus­tri­al mar­kets where cus­tomer pro­duc­tiv­i­ty and sus­tain­abil­i­ty inter­ests over­lap.  Principals at both com­pa­nies have been inter­est­ed in a col­lab­o­ra­tion for sev­er­al years and look for­ward to pro­mot­ing the alliance.

Nanocera offers lead­ing edge, envi­ron­men­tal­ly advan­taged con­ver­sion coat­ing tech­nolo­gies, which pro­vide supe­ri­or cor­ro­sion resis­tance and paint adhe­sion, elim­i­nate dam­ag­ing phos­phates and reg­u­lat­ed heavy met­als, and sig­nif­i­cant­ly reduce total oper­at­ing costs, includ­ing low­er ener­gy and water usage.

Zeta Corporation man­u­fac­tures and mar­kets Zeta Rod® sys­tems, which sig­nif­i­cant­ly improve water and ener­gy con­ser­va­tion, opti­mize the per­for­mance of indus­tri­al flu­ids, reduce water treat­ment chem­i­cal usage, and con­trol scale and bio­log­i­cal foul­ing in water sys­tems.

For more infor­ma­tion, please con­tact:

NANOCERA
Blair Imbody
Founder/CEO
(520) 909‑0168

ZETA CORPORATION
Carolyn B. Pitts
President/CEO
888−785−9660

City of Tucson Crime Lab LEED® Gold: Cooling Water Conservation

City of Tucson Forensics Crime Lab - WSM Architects

March 2012

The appli­ca­tion of a Zeta Rod Water Management pro­gram allowed the Crime Lab to earn the LEED point under Water Efficiency and Innovation in Design. In par­tic­u­lar, a mea­sur­able non-reg­u­lat­ed water use sav­ings that is at least 10% of the total cal­cu­lat­ed base­line design (166,000 gal­lons for the Crime Lab) for reg­u­lat­ed (fix­tures) water use is eli­gi­ble for an exem­plary per­for­mance ID point under WE Credit 3.  This project con­ser­v­a­tive­ly doc­u­ment­ed sav­ings of  674% of the base­line cal­cu­la­tion for an annu­al total of 1.1 mil­lion gal­lons.

click here to link to the Crime Lab first sea­son project sum­ma­ry

Case Study: Car Wash water recycle biofouling & odor prevention

Mill Valley Car Wash logo

April 2003

Within 60 days, results deliv­ered by the Zeta Rods were sig­nif­i­cant:

• Reduced water con­sump­tion per vehi­cle from 48.75 gal­lons per car (gpc) to 35.51 gpc; a net reduc­tion of 27% per vehi­cle
• 235,000 gal­lons of water saved in 60 days
• 38% drop in the total per vehi­cle wash­ing cost
click here to link to the Mil Valley Car Wash case study

Zeta Rod® biofouling prevention technology drives car wash cost savings

Mill Valley Car Wash logo

Operations Manager Eric Traband: “I’m sold on this [Zeta Rod] sys­tem. What I have now is an odor-free and bac­te­ria-con­trolled envi­ron­ment, I’m using a lot less water, and cut­ting my over­all costs. This sys­tem is a win­ner.”

Within 60 days, results of the Zeta Rod instal­la­tion into the Mill Valley Car Wash were impres­sive:
• Reduced water con­sump­tion per vehi­cle from 48.75 gal­lons per car (gpc) to 35.51 gpc; a net reduc­tion of 27% per vehi­cle
• 235,000 gal­lons of water saved in 60 days
• 38% drop in the total per vehi­cle wash­ing cost

MILL VALLEY, Calif., April 2003 – Car wash Operations Manager, Eric Traband, recent­ly demon­strat­ed to his boss why he had been named a nation­al Car Wash Manager of the Year in 2000. Traband, an 11-year vet­er­an of the indus­try, seized an oppor­tu­ni­ty to help trim his car­wash operation’s spi­ral­ing water costs and, at the same time, deliv­er bet­ter, more effi­cient ser­vice to his grow­ing ros­ter of cus­tomers. Continue read­ing