Chemical Water Treatment for boiler water & heating systems - Water and Wastewater
Flexible treatment programs and boiler services for steam generators & heating systems. Steam is required in nearly all sectors of the industry for different purposes. Steam is used as process steam, or as heating steam supplied to industrial clients and households. In power industry steam is produced to drive turbines for the generation of electricity. In order to ensure high efficiency of steam boilers an optimal boiler water treatment is essential. System disturbances caused by boiler scale, corrosion, local overheating or carryover into the steam reduce the operational safety and may cause substantial economic losses. Kurita therefore provides innovative technologies for boiler water treatment and boiler service to prevent scale and corrosion in the entire boiler system, including the feedwater tank, boiler, steam and condensate systems.
We offer a complete treatment program for a wide range of applications:
- Steam boilers
- Closed water systems
- Industrial and district heating systems
- Cetamine®: Innovative and comprehensive technology based on film-forming amines to prevent corrosion and deposits in boiler systems. Cetamine® meets the requirements of special applications like kosher food production.
- Ferrolix®: Traditional treatment program designed to prevent corrosion and deposits in all types of boiler systems. The products are available as single components or as complete, all-in-one systems.
- Ferrolix® A6060: Non-toxic oxygen scavenger to replace the use of hydrazine which is no longer permitted due to its toxicity.
- DReeM Polymer™: Awarded silica and hardness removal polymer for steam boilers
- Boiler services: Kurita provides a wide range of system optimization services, plant audits and consultancy by our experts to extend system lifetime and reliability.
- To avoid material damage
- To ensure optimal heat exchange without local overheating
- To save boiler blow-down water and energy
- To save maintenance costs
- To minimize potential plant breakdowns
- To prevent overheating and, in the case of carryover, risk of deposits on the turbine blades
- To ensure system lifetime and reliability
- To ensure optimal boiler service for your system