cooling tower chemical Articles

  • The Use of Ozone in Cooling Towers

    Ozone has been successfully applied to industrial cooling water systems with the resultant improvement in operational efficiency due to increased heat transfer, reduced system corrosion, improved environmental impact and reducedon-going chemical expenditure. The aim of this paper is to provide practical advice on the options available for the application of ozone and the potential benefits which ...

  • FILTRATION IN COOLING TOWERS

    The installation of AZUD HELIX AUTOMATIC filtration equipments in cooling towers is one of its commonest applications. It allows the reduction of the total solids in suspension in the water, and: - Helps to maintain an optimal efficiency of energy in the heat interchange process. - Reduce the accumulation of particles in the components of the cooling systems. - Reduce the growing of ...


    By Sistema Azud, S.A.

  • Cooling Tower Blowdown Water

    Comparison of electrolytic oxidation v. ozone as biocide and reducing rate of TDS build-up in Cooling Tower Blow Down Water. Performed by Pureflow PtY Ltd of Singapore at Singapore Polytechnic Institute. Open evaporative cooling systems have been widely used throughout industry to remove heat from process systems and modern buildings for the purpose of air conditioning. As a result, due to this ...


  • Hospital cooling tower application

    The Challenge: One of the largest teaching hospitals in Illinois wanted to improve safety and “green” operations in their cooling tower water treatment chemical regimen without sacrificing effectiveness. The Solution: Replacement of bulk bleach with on-site generated MIOX® mixed oxidant solution, Earthwise reduced the hospital's liability from ...

  • Cooling Tower Drift Elimination

    ABSTRACTIn certain cases cooling tower drift (mist) can overwhelm conventional lower efficiency chevron mist eliminators.  This paper explores an alternative strategy to control drift in those cases.  The author uses a case history to illustrate conditions that can be expected to cause uncontrolled drift and to discuss a solution.  The author acknowledges that the information presented is ...


    By Kimre, Inc.

  • Cooling tower case study

    Cooling towers have always been difficult to control. Algae grow in the cooling tower itself and on the grids used. In addition to micro-organisms and biofilm, they reduce the efficiency of the cooling tower. Furthermore the risk of spreading Legionella is a serous factor to be reckoned with. Many of the traditional methods to fight algae are either insufficient, cumbersome, environmentally ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Ozone treatment for cooling towers

    Abstract The use of ozone as a maintenance treatment for cooling towers has good potential for operation and maintenance savings in the Federal secior. A small amount of ozone acts as a powerful biocide thai decreases or nearly eliminates the need to remove quantities of water from the cooling tower in order to decrease the concentration of organic and mineral solids in the system. ...


    By Zentox Corporation

  • "A Non-Chemical Water Treatment for Cooling Towers"

    Untitled Document Introduction This paper will describe a case study of a ...


    By Dolphin WaterCare

  • Cooling tower for Chemical processing plant - case study

    This chemical processing plant needed clean, debris-free water for cooling purposes. We created custom traveling water screens for their cooling tower that are compact and efficient. Smaller mesh sizes can catch fine debris for a this type of installation. No matter what architectural or engineering constraints, we’ll create a water screen solution that fits. This project included: ...


    By International Water Screens

  • Determining Proper Cooling Tower Size

    To maximize water-based cooling tower benefits, the appropriate tower size must be selected, requiring the identification of several critical factors. Cooling towers are a relatively inexpensive and reliable way of expelling heat from a number of industrial processes, including nuclear & thermal power plants, petroleum refineries, petrochemical plants, food processing plants, as well as HVAC ...


    By Delta Cooling Towers, Inc

  • An Economical Solution to Cooling Tower Drift

    ABSTRACT In certain cases cooling tower drift (mist) can overwhelm conventional lower efficiency chevron mist eliminators. This paper explores an alternative strategy to control drift in those cases. The author uses a case history to illustrate conditions that can be expected to cause uncontrolled drift and to discuss a solution. The author acknowledges that the information presented is ...


    By Kimre, Inc.

  • Alternatives to Chlorine for Cleaning Cooling Towers

    Untitled Document Summary The new amendments to ASHRAE Standard 62-2001, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air ...


    By Dolphin WaterCare

  • DOCUPAK LLC REDUCES COOLING TOWER CHEMICAL USAGE BY A THIRD

    Docupak LLC, a full service marketing company headquartered in Alabaster, Alabama, has reduced chemical usage by a third and removed all scale from its cooling tower at its plant after installing the patented, award-winning Scalewatcher computerized, electronic water-conditioner from Scalewatcher North America.   In addition ...

  • HydroFLOW and Cooling Tower eliminating the need for chemical treatments case study

    Misericordia Hospital – Alberta – 2011 In June, 2011 Misericordia Hospital began a three-month trial on two of the three cooling towers in its facility. The test compared the effectiveness of HydroFLOW in eliminating limescale and algae vs. standard chemical treatment. Standard chemical treatment was removed from Cooling Tower #3 and a P-160 HydroFLOW unit installed. Standard ...


    By HydroFLOW USA

  • Neosens™ on-line Fouling monitoring for Cooling Towers

    A New Approach to Fouling Control Neosens offers innovative, cost effective sensor solutions for monitoring the presence of biofilm and scale in cooling towers, heat exchangers and other industrial process applications. Fouling in cooling systems is a worldwide, multi-billion dollar problem, reducing energy efficiency, increasing maintenance costs and creating health risks due to ...


  • Case study - Algae control in cooling towers

    Company: Dubai festival city Description: LG Sonic industrial units for district cooling facility in Dubai Project objective: Reduce chemical dosage for water treatment and, at the same time, control factors that may cause problems, such as corrosion, scaling, and microbial activity Before treatment Scaling, ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Chiller & cooling tower water treatment - case study

    Overview There are three main challenges for treating cooling water in both open and closed loops: scale, corrosion and biogrowth. Water System Challenges The traditional chemical treatment calls for chemicals to deal with these challenges. When scale is present, the condenser’s ability to transfer heat is reduced, causing higher pressure and higher ...

  • Republic Steel: CapDI for Cooling Towers - Case Study

    Introduction & process description Water is often a hidden cost of industrial sites and can contribute significantly to operational costs. Cooling towers are used to reject heat through the natural process of evaporation providing cooled water across a broad range of applications. Due to evaporative losses, the water remaining in the cooling tower becomes concentrated with dissolved ...


    By Voltea B.V.

  • Economical calculations for the use of Ozone in Cooling Towers

    Abstract Ozone has been successfully applied to industrial cooling water systems with the resultant improvement in operational efficiency due to increased heat transfer, reduced system corrosion, improved environmental impact and reduced on-going chemical expenditure. The aim of this paper is to provide practical advice on the options available for the application of ozone and the potential ...


    By Absolute Systems Inc.

  • Northern Indiana Power, NIPSCO cooling tower

    A new onsite mixed oxidant system at the R.M. Schahfer Generating Station of Northern Indiana Public Service Co. (NIPSCO) in Wheatfield, IN, has yielded substantial treatment chemical cost savings and improved summer operation compared to the control unit cooling tower. NIPSCO, an electric and gas utility and subsidiary of NiSource Inc., was approached about the system during a biannual ...

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