Water Treatment Chemicals Articles

  • Manufacturer of Water Treatment Chemicals and Water Additives

    Water treatment is a process for treating sewage or modern wastewater and converting it into more acceptable form for a specific end-use. The end utilization of this treated water might be drinking, mechanical water supply, water system, waterway stream support, water diversion or numerous different uses, including being securely returned to nature. Water treatment expels ...


    By Water Chemicals

  • Formulated Cleaners…The Best Recipe for Safe, Powerful Cleaning!

    What makes one cleaning product different from another? Aren’t they all the same? You may be surprised to learn that there are many different types of cleaners, each designed for varying purposes. Choosing the right cleaner for the job isn’t a “one size fits all” proposition, but rather a well thought out process in which ...

  • Chemical cleaning guide - Case study

    Purpose This plant service bulletin provides guidelines to owners and operators on when to chemically clean boilers and steam generating equipment. Background Though current standard water treatment practices may be followed, the internal surfaces of boiler waterside components (including supply tubes, headers and drums) can accumulate deposits over a period ...


    By Dürr Megtec LLC

  • Kurita chemical deal solves sales dilemma

    The Japanese company has drastically ramped up its presence abroad with its first foreign acquisition in 16 years. The European sales boost will see the overseas chemicals business streak ahead of the facilities division. Kurita Water Industries has made a crucial step away from a sluggish home market in Japan with its first overseas acquisition since buying Hansu Technical Service in 1998. It ...


    By Kurita

  • Understanding the impacts of allocation approaches during process‐based life cycle assessment of water treatment chemicals

    Chemicals are an important component of advanced water treatment operations not only in terms of economics, but also from an environmental standpoint. Tools such as life cycle assessment (LCA) are useful for estimating the environmental impacts of water treatment operations. At the same time, LCA analysts must manage several fundamental and as yet unresolved methodological challenges, one of ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • The cheapest, simplest, (yet highly effective) solution to cooling tower drift

    The problems caused by water drift are numerous. The water usually contains treatment chemicals that are corrosive and damage paint on nearby equipment, buildings, automobiles, etc. In cold climates, the drift can cause dangerous icing on the roads and walkways. In some cases, the drift represents a significant loss of water, treatment chemicals or process heat. If nothing else, drift is nearly ...


    By Kimre Inc.

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