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Industrial Water Management is this teams strength

Everyone at NCS Fluid Handling Systems believes that our services are more than just moving water and the team works hard to offer the complete package of services with engineered designs, detailed site plans, and a complete documentation package. NCS knows that our community and clients have unique needs and NCS considers those needs when evaluating and developing the solutions required to make our clients successful.
NCS goals are to deliver the highest of standard of Industrial water management and responsible water utilizations when performing all our Well-point Dewatering operations, Water Treatment, Filtration, Hydro-Testing and River Diversion services across the region. NCS is proud to be one of the only water management providers that incorporates engineering principles along with LEAN processes to provide functional systems and solutions at a competitive price without compromise to safety or the environment.

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River Diversion services and river water management systems are core to the NCS Fluid Handling Systems team and NCS is rated #1 in overall service by contractors across Canada

We are a specialty Water Management firm

Founded on integrity, solutions and an engineered focus. As an overall leader in the across Canada Water Management, River Diversion, Sewer Bypass, Construction Dewatering, Hydrotesting, Pumping System Design Municipal Maintaining and enhancing the municipal pumping / mechanical infrastructure is important for the smooth functionality of all municipalities. NCS fluid Handling […]

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NCS offers a variety of customizable solutions tailored to long line water transfer and frac water transfer of industrial water project’s.

Erosion and Sediment Control by NCS

NCS Fluid Handling Systems is a erosion and sediment control business that is Canadian owned and operated company. NCS is also known as the leader of professionally designed fluid solutions and superior technical services in the field of dewatering, water treatment and site water management. The company serves the energy, […]

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Water Treatment and Odor Control both utilize Carbon beds treatment systems in stock from 1000 pound to 10000 pound vessels

Erosion & Sediment Control with water treatment systems

Erosion and Sediment Control System, Water management with water treatment NCS Fluid Handling Systems continues to grow and enhance the overall water management market. NCS has established itself as a trusted provider of sediment control on job sites throughout Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Yukon, Alberta, and British Columbia, thanks to their consistent […]

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Dewatering its our expertise at NCS Fluid Handling Systems

Year-round well-point dewatering is a core service for NCS Fluid Handling Systems. Dewatering systems are installed in many cases, such as energy pipeline projects. NCS Fluid Handling Systems has the largest fleet of dewatering pumps and dewatering support equipment located in Canada and accessible in all of our 7 locations […]

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Key elements to consider when designing an industrial water treatment system. When it comes to water treatment, there are a few key elements that need to be considered to ensure the system is designed correctly. These elements include the quality of the water, the type of system needed, and the specific industry standards that need to be met. By taking all these factors into account, you can be sure that your water treatment system will meet your specific needs. NCS Fluid Handling Systems has extensive experience in designing custom water treatment systems for a variety of industries across Canada. So, if you're in need of a new water treatment system, or even just some advice on what components you need, we're here to help! Give us a call today and let one our experts assist you with your next project. Quality of the Water – The quality of water can vary depending on where you are located. It is essential to know the source of your water, as well as understand its chemical composition and any pollutants that may be present. Once you have a better understanding of what’s in the water, you can then make informed decisions about how it should be treated. Type of System Needed – Depending on the industry and application that you need your system for, there are several different types available. Each type brings its own benefits and drawbacks, so it is important to understand what kind of system will suit your needs best before making any final decisions. Industry Standards – Depending on the specific industry that you're dealing.

Water Management Across Canada

Water transfer systems may appear simple in nature at first glance. However, the real work is in the preparation, planning & execution prior to project kick off. Canada has some of the most stringent requirements for municipal management, industrial construction and energy development in the world. In collaboration with industry, […]

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