cooling water Equipment

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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 Water

by Holland Novochem B.V.     based in Nieuwegein, NETHERLANDS

Well-controlled cooling process for optimal efficiency. Industrial cooling towers usually remove heat via circulating cooling water systems. Since the concentration of contaminations present increases in time, the process is prone to corrosion, scaling and/or bacterial growth. Novochem Water Treatment offers a complete cooling water program, ...

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 B & V Water Treatment     based in Daventry, UNITED KINGDOM

Cooling water systems are designed to remove heat from water used within an industrial process. Cooling via water is still seen as the most effective and low cost way to remove heat from a process, making cooling water systems a common aspect of industrial premises. Cooling water systems are also often found in the majority of modern offices due ...

Cooling Water and Cooling Circuits

by Herco Wassertechnik GmbH     based in Freiber, GERMANY

Excess heat from industrial processes as well as from air conditioning systems must be dissipated. In water-saving closed cooling circuits a major part of the water is reused: Open cooling circuit: Cooling towers cool water through evaporation and re-convey it to the consumer. The circulating water passes the tower from top to bottom while air, ...

Biofouling - Cooling Water Systems

by Aquator B.V.     based in Wageningen, NETHERLANDS

Biofouling is a natural process occurring at all three phase transitions, i.e. water to hard substrate (barnacles & mussels), air to substrate (lichens) and air to water with its specialised micro-plankton in the surface microlayer.

BONO ARTES - Cooling Water Filtration

by Artes Ingegneria SpA     based in Peschiera Borromeo, ITALY

Water is by far the preferred cooling medium because of its chemical-physical properties. In particular when evaporative cooling towers are used, water is regularly added (Make-Up) to compensate the losses due to the evaporation in the cooling tower and the losses from the circuit to keep the chemical-physical characteristics of the circulating ...

TRASAR - Model 3D - Technology for Cooling Water

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

3D TRASAR Technology is evolving to meet ever more challenging customer needs. The innovation of 3D TRASAR Technology is already soundly embraced worldwide. 25,000 systems are currently in use. 10,000 water systems are monitored 24/7/365 by Nalco experts, supported by 5,000 on-site experts. But innovation is a continuous process. The next ...

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 ...

Classic DTEA - Model BCP 1000 II - Chemical Cooling Water Systems .

by AMSA, Inc.     based in Auburn, MICHIGAN (USA)

AMSA BCP™ 1000 series is the classic DTEA II™ chemistry that has been used for over 15 years to clean up cooling water systems and maintain clean surfaces in those systems!  BCP™ 1015 is the flagship DTEA II™ that penetrates, disperses and cleans organic deposits in industrial process cooling systems and commercial and ...

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