cooling tower corrosion inhibitor Articles

  • Hydrocarbon Processing: Non-phosphorus corrosion inhibitor optimizes cooling tower uptime for environmental compliance

    Cooling water systems play a critical role in the efficient operation of hydrocarbon processing facilities. Ensuring that these systems efficiently cool and condense the various process streams is essential to minimizing operating costs and maximizing plant performance and profitability. Common challenges to maintaining these systems at peak performance come in the form of corrosion, pitting and ...


    By Baker Hughes

  • 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 ...


  • 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

  • Mixed-oxidant application in cooling tower maintenance

    Tests using the MIOX-generated mixed-oxidant solution instead of oxidizing biocides (chlorine or bromine) for cooling tower maintenance, and eliminating all other biocides, in first an established cooling tower and subsequently in two new cooling towers found: (1) aerobic bacteria counts consistently less than 1000/mL in the cooling water (no colonies on the standard Easicult TTC1 dip slide ...


    By MIOX Corporation

  • Use of cooling tower blow down in ethanol fermentation

    Reducing water consumption in bioethanol production conserves an increasingly scarce natural resource, lowers production costs, and minimizes effluent management issues. The suitability of cooling tower blow down water for reuse in fermentation was investigated as a means to lower water consumption. Extensive chemical characterization of the blow down water revealed low concentrations of toxic ...


    By IWA Publishing

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

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


    By Dolphin WaterCare

  • 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.

  • Ozone for Cooling Tower Systems - An update and lessons learned at the Kennedy Space Center

    Keywords: Ozone, Cooling Water, Stand-Alone Treatment, and Large Capacity Cooling Tower Summary: The operational experience and performance of the successful use of ozone as a stand-alone cooling water treatment method are discussed. Several guidelines for design parameters and operational controls are presented. From a wide field of application experience, the author ...


    By Absolute Systems Inc.

  • A low-cost, safe, effective Halogen disinfectant for cooling towers

    On-site, on-demand generation of MIOX mixed oxidant disinfecting solution provides several advantages for the cooling tower industry. These include excellent control of microbial populations even at the elevated pH typical of cooling tower waters, no negative impact on traditional scale and corrosion inhibitors, and environmentally friendly operating conditions. As an inherently safe technology, ...


    By MIOX Corporation

  • 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

  • Treated vs. Untreated Cooling Tower Water: Risks for Your Plant

    When an industrial plant or building decides whether or not to invest in a cooling tower water treatment system, it is a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Petrochemical plants, chemical manufacturers, refineries, and all kinds of large buildings and facilities using cooling towers, whether they’re used as part of the industrial process or for cooling/removing heat from the ...


    By SAMCO Technologies, Inc.

  • What Is a Cooling Tower Water Treatment System and How Does It Work?

    For industrial companies using a cooling tower for its facility, some type of cooling tower water treatment system is usually necessary to ensure an efficient process and long equipment service life. If cooling tower water is left untreated, organic growth, fouling, scaling, and corrosion can reduce plant productivity, cause plant downtime, and require costly equipment replacements down the ...


    By SAMCO Technologies, Inc.

  • Ozone for cooling tower systems – an update and lessons learned at the kennedy space center

    KEYWORDS: Ozone, Cooling Water, Stand-Alone Treatment, and Large Capacity Cooling Tower SUMMARY: The operational experience and performance of the successful use of ozone as a stand-alone cooling water treatment method are discussed. Several guidelines for design parameters and operational controls are presented. From a wide field of application experience, the author ...


    By Zentox Corporation

  • Controlling scale in water systems helps prevent legionella

    The Legionella bacterium, Legionella Pneumophila (LP), the fundamental agent of Legionnaire’s Disease, is a water-based organism, which causes infection when inhaled in an aerosol form. Legionnaires' Disease acquired its name in 1976 when an outbreak of pneumonia occurred among persons attending a convention of the American Legion in Philadelphia. Later, the bacterium causing the illness ...

  • Chemical-Free Treatment of Recirculating Water Using Pulsed-Power

    Untitled Document Regulatory pressures and economic considerations require industry to become cleaner, more efficient, and more environmentally benign. Such operating principles advance not only ...


    By Dolphin WaterCare

  • Evaporator Limits Boron to 5 PPM at award-winning chemical plant

    Problem: The biggest challenge confronting Rohm & Haas Corp. in building a wastewater plant for its chemical facility in Elma, Wash., was meeting Washington State Dept. of Ecology limitations on boron of 5 ppm. The Elma plant manufactures sodium borohydride, a versatile chemical used in a variety of applications ranging from the generation of sodium hydrosulfite for reductive bleaching of ...


    By Oil Skimmers, Inc.

  • Controlling Scale Deposition and Industrial Fouling

    It costs US industry billions of dollars a year to control and remove the limescale that builds up in industrial equipment such a heat exchangers, evaporative coolers, boilers, chillers and other water fed equipment. Oil wells, for example, face significant scaling problems from the highly mineralized water that are extracted with the oil. Limescale not only increases downtime, maintenance ...

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