cooling tower corrosion inhibitor News

  • Intelligent cooling tower control system eliminates excess chemical feeds to cut costs

    Plant operators with Cooling Towers who struggle with the twin demands of continuously reliable operation versus maintenance costs will find the new rack-mounted Model 2122 Cooling Tower Control System from Electro-Chemical Devices, Inc., reduces waste and cost by eliminating expensive excess chemical feeds.Water-based wet Cooling Towers are commonly made of concrete, steel, or fiberglass and ...

    By McCrometer, Inc.

  • VRTX unveils new full service agreement

    VRTX Technologies is now offering the VRTX Full Service Agreement at a fixed price for a minimum of five years for customers in North America and Europe.VRTX is the first in the non-chemical cooling water treatment industry to offer a fixed price for monthly treatment. As a solution for facilities accustomed to paying monthly for chemical cooling water treatment, the Full Service Agreement (FSA) ...

    By VRTX Technologies

  • Chemical-Free Water Treatment Service Provides Fixed Cost Amidst Rising Chemical Prices

    SCHERTZ, Texas (July 31, 2008) – As the price of oil, energy and consumer goods continue to rise, surging chemical costs are forcing facility managers and engineers to search for treatment alternatives in their cooling water, boilers, and wastewater. Petroleum is the basis for many water treatment chemicals. Recent pricing for phosphonates and phosphates, the base ingredients for scale inhibitors ...

    By VRTX Technologies

  • Environmental analysis – online monitoring of chromate in wastewater

    Metrohm Process Analytics is pleased to present a solution for the online monitoring of chromate (hexavalent chromium) in industrial wastewater streams. This turn-key solution uses titration with subsequent photometric detection and is based on the ICON Analyzer, a dedicated online photometer ...

    By Metrohm AG

  • North America industrial wastewater series—Power generation industry

    Equipment for Cooling Tower, Boiler Blowdown, and FGD Purge Streams to Optimize Water Use The power generation industry is the most water-intensive industry in North America. The droughts that some US states have faced present critical challenges for this industry. Facilities must now consider ways of lowering water consumption while ensuring that wastewater meets EPA regulations. This ...

    By ReportLinker

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