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cooling tower algae control (Cooling Towers) equipment

  • Water Treatement

    Injecting Sodium hypochlorite and Calcium hypochlorite for disinfection. Injection of sulfuric acid and sodium silicate. Pumping of alum or sodium aluminate as a coagulant aid. Pumping Slurries for filtration. Silica-sol for coagulation of high organic waters. Injection of phosphate for red water control. Lime slurries in softening and pH control. ...

    By Aquflow based in Irvine, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Applications Product line

  • Clearitas - Model 210 - Oxidized Chlorine Formulation

    Clearitas 210 is Formulated for Scale Deposit Control in Cooling Tower Systems for large Volume Users. In conjunction with free Chlorine, Clearitas 210 Significantly reduces [Biological Contamination while Simultaneously Controlling Mineral Scale. The Product is Injected into the make-up and Removes Scales Water, Mineral deposits and algae growth. ...

    By Blue Earth Labs based in Las Vegas, NEVADA (USA). from Clearitas Product line

  • AQUCAR - Model 714 - Water Treatment Microbiocide

    AQUCAR 714 Water Treatment Microbiocide is an aqueous blend of glutaraldehyde and quaternary ammonium. It is especially effective in controlling slime-forming bacteria, sulfatereducing bacteria and algae in water cooling towers, air washers, pasteurizers, and other recirculating water systems.

    By The Dow Chemical Company based in Midland, MICHIGAN (USA). from Energy Storage Product line

  • LC series

    The LC series model will disinfect clean, clear quality drinking water, cooling tower water for the control of legionella pneumophila bacteria and also reduces algae growth with some hydrogen peroxide. It will disinfect hydrotherapy, swimming and spa pool water in conjunction with an oxidant residual.

    By UVTA based in Glynde, AUSTRALIA.

  • Accepta - Model 2343 - Liquid Bromine Precursor

    Accepta 2343 is scientifically formulated for use in conjunction with a chlorine donor such as Accepta Activator 120 or sodium hypochlorite to generate hypobromous acid (Bromine). Hypobromous acid is a powerful oxidising microbiocide for use in cooling towers, cooling water systems and other related systems to control the growth of bacteria, algae ...

    By Accepta based in Merseyside, UNITED KINGDOM. from Biocides & Disinfectants Product line

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