groundwater conductivity Applications
PremiumThere are many reasons why you might want to conduct testing or water quality monitoring of groundwater. For example, you might wish to undertake groundwater modelling for a particular area to understand aquifer hydraulics. Parameters such as rhodamine are used to understand the movement of water underground. Groundwater testing would also be used to examine the effects, if any, of human activities. Leachate from landfill can find its way into groundwater, as can fertilisers from agriculture. Monitoring groundwater quality can identify the existence of a pollutant in order to mitigate any possible harmful effects.
By AQUAREAD Limited based in Broadstairs, UNITED KINGDOM.
Thermal Conduction Heating (TCH) is applicable in fractured rock and other complex formations such as: Tight and fractured clays,
Saprolite, Shale, Sandstone, Limestone, Dolomite, Fractured igneous and metamorphic rock, Permeable basalt, Karst limestone.
By TerraTherm, Inc. based in Gardner, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).
Process water covers the wide range of boiler feed water, cooling water for heat exchangers or engine, chemicals dilution, etc. It should typically have a conductivity ranging from 0,1 to 50 uS/cm, with little to no hardness to avoid scaling in heating system. Oxygen and carbon dioxide should be removed to prevent corrosion. Depending on your application, the water quality requirements can vary: Boiler feed water characteristic. Cooling water quality. Tap water or fresh groundwater are the most widely used source of water to produce process water.
By Lenntech Water Treatment based in Delft, NETHERLANDS.
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