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ZEI's ArcticREADY™ Outsmarts the Weather

ZEI's proprietary freeze conditioning chemistry that can keep you operating in -50 degrees C

CLEVELAND, Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ZEI announced today the release of a premium freeze conditioning product, ArcticREADY™ Extreme.  ArcticREADY™ Extreme was specifically developed for freeze conditioning to keep mining operations running at extreme sub-zero temperatures. Now your business never has to stop because of adverse weather conditions.

During the winter months, untreated coal, aggregate and other mine resources can freeze together and can stick to railcars. Ultimately it can impact delivery schedules and increase downtime for plants.  ZEI for decades has provided freeze control solutions to answer the needs of industries.  While traditional glycol, salt and glycerin products are extremely effective, they tend to become problematic below -40 degrees C and eventually become either too viscous for effective use in extreme climate conditions.  The ArcticREADY™ Extreme product, however, is a formulation that overcomes the difficulties of working with other freeze conditioning agents in extreme climate conditions. 

Simply, ArcticREADY™ Extreme is a proprietary chemical that maintains low viscosity, almost half that of glycols, at extremely low temperatures – making it a superior product to work with.  In addition, the final freeze point of ArcticREADY™ Extreme is below that of glycols, salts and glycerin, without the corrosive properties of salt or the viscosity problems of glycerin at these operating temperatures. Best of all, ZEI is able to offer this product at a reduced cost as compared to current standard offering of glycols. 

"ArcticREADY™ Extreme allows our customer to be operable at temperatures down to -50 degrees C," said Dr. Timothy Drake, ZEI's Vice President of Marketing and Product Development. "It is important to us that we establish a relationship with our customers that allow us to develop new technologies to meet their ever changing needs. We know that being prepared and reducing overall chemical consumption directly adds to the customer's bottom-line. We pride ourselves on making it possible for our customers to continue operations all year long."

To learn more about ArcticREADY™ Extreme freeze conditioning solution and ZEI, please visit www.zinkan.com/ArcticREADY

About ZEI

ZEI is an Ohio based manufacturing services company that focuses on water-related markets. They provide chemicals to clean and re-use water for industrial processes, to control air-borne dust levels, to control freezing, and to keep closed loop systems (boilers & cooling towers) operating at peak efficiency. They are a solutions oriented company, in that they can provide the chemicals, equipment and service to address the issue at hand. Their professional field personnel are backed by a staff of analytical chemists, an extensive logistical network with decades of experience in water-based chemistry.  Their commercial staff is available around the clock and can deliver products anywhere in the world. Contact Tim Drake, VP of Marketing and Product Development, for additional information. Phone: 800.229.6801

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