Cleaning , Disinfection & Scale Remover System for Air Conditioning Closed Circuits
SR-CC system provides a continuous and reliable solution in terms of water quality. Filter the remains of the corrosion process, through the filter. Disinfects water and prevents continually biological growth. SR-CC, is an electrolytic technology that solves 4 major problems in closed loop systems: calcium, corrosion, microbiological and particulate matter. The remarkable thing about the SR-CC technology is the dual effect of cleanup actions: disinfection and de embedding. The advantages of implementing the SR-CC system is a relatively simple solution, keeping the circuits operate in optimal conditions without the use of chemicals, pure, maintaining very low price.
The aim of the SR-CC is as follows:
- Establish a reliable and continuous process in terms of water quality.
- Filter the remains of the corrosion process through the sand filter.
- Water disinfection and prevention of biological growth.
- Continuous operation and maintenance cost savings.
- Electricity savings, maintaining HVAC equipment in good condition, without the overhead.
- Considerable savings in maintenance costs.
- Prevents calcium from depositing in pipes and closed loop components.
- Kills microorganisms and prevents bacterial growth.
- Operation at a pH greater than eight, which inhibits the corrosion of pipes and components.
- Filtering suspended particles.
- Produces a higher quality of water in the system.
The operation of the solution contains a mixture of two technologies:
- Controlled electrolytic technology.
- Silica sand filtration and granular volcanic rock.
The water circuit is driven by a pump at SRS. This electrolytic process increases the pH of the water in a higher alkaline level, stopping the corrosion process. Part of this reaction, produces an amount of free chlorine ions, which helps the bacteriological disinfection process. It should be noted that although this system is not designed to treat legionella, produces a certain amount of chlorine to combat these bacteria. The system comes with an automatic valve for additional chemical injection for the treatment of legionella.
The increase in pH causes the concentration of sediments in the tank walls electrolyte system. It uses a pair of electrodes whose current level is 5 Amp DC, which attract the tank wall particles of magnesium, calcium and magnesium oxide. Every 4 hours, the polarity is reversed, resulting in these sediments fall to the bottom of the tank. Through a valve 'venturi' are extracted from the drain, using for them a minimum amount of water.
At the end of the electrolytic process, water is conducted from the electrolytic process tank to sand filter tank. Here are additional sediment filters grouped.