cooling water Equipment in Vermont

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AppliTek - On-line Monitoring of Cooling Water

by AppliTek NV - Environmental Analysis Division     based in Nazareth, BELGIUM

In petrochemical and chemical plants a lot of cooling water is used. Although it accounts for roughly 2/3 of industrial water use, cooling water is relatively easy to treat and in return easy to reuse. One of the major problems, however,  with open or closed cooling systems is the possible leakage of several chemical compounds into the cooling ...

El Paso Stripper - Model EPS-1 - Cooling Tower Water Sampling Systems

by TOC Systems, Inc.     based in League City, TEXAS (USA)

Expanding on the original El Paso Stripper, we are now offering additional capability for our TCEQ approved stripper. Automation, loss-of-sample, loss-of-carrier, and provision of sampling systems consistent with cooling tower applications, are provided. The chamber exchange has been simplified & total installation and maintenance contracts ...

Cooling Water

by WEDECO - a Xylem brand     based in Herford, GERMANY

The unhindered growth of bacteria, algae, mould and shells has the consequence of deposits forming on pipelines, heat exchangers and cooling tower installations. Water contents such as micro-biological pollutants, AOX and CSB are reduced directly and without residue by oxidation with ozone. Unlike conventional biocides however, there are no ...

H-O-H-Water - Model C-400 Series - Cooling Water Chemicals

by H-O-H Water Technology, Inc.     based in Palatine, ILLINOIS (USA)

H-O-H Chemicals' C-400 is 50% by weight high purity sulfuric acid in water. C-400 is designed primarily for use in open, recirculating cooling water systems for controlling pH and total alkalinity. C-400 has numerous other applications including wastewater pH adjustment, water conditioning equipment regeneration, process water pH control, and ...

Cooling Water Systems

by Merus - The Water Conditioning Company     based in Sindelfingen, GERMANY

Saudi Aramco is a government owned company and not only known as the world largest producer of oil, but also as the world most valuable company. Also it is common knowledge, Saudi Aramco has the most proven production of oil and oil reserves in the world. With almost 60000 employees Aramco produces out of more then 250 oil and gas fields. Next to ...

Process Cooling Water Sticks

by Plast-O-Matic Valves, Inc.     based in Cedar Grove, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Advantages of specifying Plast-O-Matic Sticks:Corrosion-resistant thermoplastics are maintenance-free, last years longer than metal sticksReinforced direct connection between components eliminates extra joints, weak points and accidental breakageSmaller footprint than metal sticksOne part number, two connections per stick simplifies installation ...

Cooling Water Treatments and Systems

by G.L.A. Water Inc.     based in Hiram, OHIO (USA)

We have a variety of products designed specifically for cooling towers. Whatever your need, we have a product that can treat your system.

Cooling Water Isolation Skid

by Waters Equipment     based in Oconomowoc, WISCONSIN (USA)

Allow the use of raw water supplies with high dissolved and suspended solids for cooling a process line or battery of sample coolers without concern for scaling or fouling. Stabilizes primary cooling water temperature regardless of seasonal changes to raw water temperature.

FlexPro - Model CL - Cooling Water Treatment System

by ChemTreat, Inc.     based in Glen Allen, VIRGINIA (USA)

FlexPro CL is a breakthrough innovation in cooling water treatment specifically designed to work on a broad range of cooling systems. This truly green solution supports emerging regulations while outperforming other cooling water chemistries.

TRASAR - Model 3D - Cooling Water Technology for Refineries

by Ecolab Inc.     based in St. Paul, MINNESOTA (USA)

Refining and petrochemical cooling water systems provide the most difficult challenges in the water treatment industry. High exchanger skin temperatures, low water velocities, degrading quality of make-up water streams and tightening environmental restrictions continue to increase the stress on these systems. Poor performance of a cooling water ...

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