What Is the Tipping Point between the Price of System Operation Versus Final Treated Water Quality?
By Mike Henley
Editor’s note: This column is based on two recent discussions on the LinkedIn Ultrapure Water Group. This column seeks to accurately reflect comments from each contributor. On occasion, there may be the need to edit contributor comments for clarity or length. Readers are invited to join the Ultrapure Water Group and to participate in discussions. An important purpose of the group is to provide a forum for the practical discussion of issues facing endusers of high-purity water.
Weekly Brainstorm (August 25th)
Mike Henley: Quality or cost? When operating a high-purity water system, what is the tipping point when deciding between the costs of running a system versus the final treated water quality? In other words, is the operational cost never a concern...only the final water quality? Or, do you seek to achieve an acceptable water quality, but within a budget?
Nikhilesh: "For the growth of any business, one needs to be competitive in the price of his product in the market. Simultaneously, one has to be ahead of his competitors in delivering quality and services.
A business cannot survive long with a "Me too" product or service...
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