An optimal cooling system is mandatory to maximize the
production of a power plant.
System stresses are significantly reduced through effective
water treatment by controlling and limiting corrosion, scale, fouling and
microbiological contamination. Ensuring that the cooling water system maintains
the correct temperatures is also key.
Through such control, further advantages include:
- Increased overall efficiencies
- Limited loss of heat transfer
- Reduced maintenance costs
- Reduced power costs
- Equipment repair or replacement cost savings,
lending to a reduction in shutdowns
With cooling towers, slime grows rapidly in the system which can
block free water flow and become a hazard for water quality. The slime, which
often grows in condensers and on cooling surfaces of re-circulating systems, can
significantly reduce efficiency. Undesirable slime and biofouling in spray
ponds that supply such cooling systems and cool boilers may also cause severe
problems for the site or facility, including cooling efficiencies that can be
compromised due to flow and pressure restrictions.
We engineered solutions for the dosing of chemicals are also
available to address specific needs.
Industrial Water Treatment Brochure
Our solutions for this
||Control bacterial, fungal and algal slimes in cooling water systems
||Manage & clean the algae growth found in cooling water systems
||50% dioctyl dimethyl ammonium chloride
||Enhances biofilm control, promotes fast-kill of planktonic bacteria as well as promotes a reduction in corrosion; Ideal for paper-making and cooling towers industries
||Effective on bacteria and fungi in cooling water systems
||Inhibit microbes’ growth in industrial circulating cooling water systems
||blend of isothiazolinones
||Provides effective biocidal action against a broad spectrum of microbial organisms such as bacteria, fungi, viruses and algae in cooling water systems
||blends of alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammoniumchlorides