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A boiler water treatment program’s primary function is to keep heat transfer surfaces (steam-generating and associated tubes) free from scale and deposition. The second function is to inhibit corrosion. Boiler deposits are problematic because they typically contain undesirable levels of metal oxides, mineral scale, sludge, or various combinations. Corrosion generally occurs because of excessive levels of dissolved oxygen, but can also develop under tube deposits. Deposits and corrosion can lead to boiler tube failures that result in costly repairs and downtime.
Steam is usually generated for one of two reasons:
• To produce electrical power, for example in power stations or co-generation plants.
• To supply heat for heating and process systems.
When a kilogram of steam condenses completely, a kilogram of condensate is formed at the same pressure and temperature (Figure 14.1.1). An efficient steam system will reuse this condensate.
Failure to reclaim and reuse condensate makes no financial, technical or environmental sense.
Our chemical programs are effectively used for the reduction and prevention of the three major issues your industrial cooling water system may encounter: corrosion, deposition, and microbial growth.
Corrosion leads to metal loss that can result in critical system failures in heat exchangers, recirculating water piping, and process cooling equipment. Corrosion also results in a loss of efficiency as corrosion products precipitate on heat transfer devices, insulating the metals.
Cooling towers are vulnerable to a variety of contaminants that cause deposit formation, such as mineral scales and sludge. Deposition interferes with heat transfer, increases corrosion rates, restricts water flow, and causes loss of process efficiency and production.
Closed circuits and closed loops that employ water as a primary medium are used extensively in many commercial, manufacturing and industrial process activities.
To ensure that such closed circuit systems are well maintained and operate at optimum efficiency it is essential that the correct water conditions are maintained at all times. This can be achieved using carefully selected closed circuit water treatment chemicals.
Aqua Tec offer an extensive range of advanced; scientifically formulated water treatment products, speciality chemicals and water additives manufactured to the highest international quality and environmental standards for guaranteed performance.
Aqua tec’s high performance chemical treatment products and speciality additives are used successfully around the world in many of the most demanding commercial, municipal and industrial process environments where they help to improve productivity, optimise performance and reduce equipment life-cycle costs.
Reverse Osmosis Chemicals – The use of high performance treatment chemicals is an essential component of any well managed reverse osmosis plant programme. Reverse Osmosis Chemicals International offer a complete range of advanced technology reverse osmosis treatment products that have been expertly reverse-osmosis-chemicals-research-labdeveloped to meet the following criteria:
Safe to handle and safe in use
Stable and effective
Compatibility with other products
Destruction of microorganisms by chemical agents whose effectiveness is determined by concentration (manufacturers’ dilution guidelines must be followed exactly to ensure effectiveness), shelf-life (solutions must be used within a finite time after being made up), local environment (e.g. hard water, traces of contaminants [detergents, soap, organic or body tissue, cork, cellulose/cotton wool within the solution]) may all decrease disinfectant
Flocculation, in the field of chemistry, is a process wherein colloids come out of suspension in the form of floc or flake; either spontaneously or due to the addition of a clarifying agent. The action differs from precipitation in that, prior to flocculation, colloids are merely suspended in a liquid and not actually dissolved in a solution. In the flocculated system, there is no formation of a cake, since all the flocs are in the suspension