The water used in such systems, if left untreated can cause a number of problems leading to increased risks to safety and health, reduced efficiency, and increased costs. These include the unwanted growth of harmful bacteria and biofilm, the accumulation of scale (hardness salts), metallic corrosion, bio-fouling and the build-up of suspended solids. The correct treatment of such system water is therefore vital if these issues are to be effectively managed.
Learn more about effective water treatment practices for industrial and process applications including the treatment of boilers, cooling towers, cooling systems and closed circuits.
Bromgard Water Treatment Range Bromgard products not only control scale formation, corrosion and fouling but also incorporate a precursor which will produce the powerful cooling water biocide, bromine, when dosed in conjunction with Activator 120 or similar halogen release agent. This simplifies treatment and gives great results! Bromgard is compliant with current Biocidal Products Regulations…
In this technical article covering boiler water treatment chemicals we look at the problems affecting steam boilers and boiler systems and how a well planned boiler water treatment programme can help manage the problems associated with the accumulation of boiler sludge.
In this technical article, we look at the problems affecting boiler systems and how a well planned boiler water treatment programme can help manage the problems of oxygen associated corrosion in these systems.
This short paper reviews recent research into the ultrasound cleaning of ceramic water filters, which may some day allow water treatment plants to purify water with ceramic membrane filters instead of traditional water treatment chemicals.
Biofilm are bacterial communities that contribute to many forms of human disease. It is therefore important that they can be controlled and removed effectively.
The purpose of this guide is to alert the owners and users of private water supplies (wells, springs, boreholes, streams, lakes etc.) to the risks of contamination of their water.
The presence of disinfection by-products (DBP) in drinking water is an issue that concerns many. This discussion paper deals with issues that surround disinfection by-products and in particular the potential contamination of drinking water and associated risks of exposure.
Accepta’s innovative cooling tower pack cleaning and disinfection system is based on the use of a unique foaming stabilised chlorine dioxide based multi-component chemical cleaning system.
Accepta’s innovative solid chemical water treatment products are among the safest and most environmentally friendly chemicals to be designed and available for use in a range of industrial and facilities management applications including the treatment of boilers, cooling towers and cooling water systems.