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Monitoring and Control of Your Water Treatment System – Part 6

Monitoring and Control of Your Water Treatment System - Part 6 Biological Activity in Cooling Systems A biofilm fouling monitor is used to determine levels of microorganisms attached to surfaces in a cooling system. The monitor is made up of a holder that is threaded on both ends, where each half of the holder contains [...]

Monitoring and Control of Your Water Treatment System – Part 5

Monitoring and Control of Your Water Treatment System - Part 5 Continuous On Line Monitoring Using the Baetz Model Condenser, test simulation occurs measuring surface condenser fouling and corrosion. It is made up of a horizontal, cylindrical stainless steel she made up of one, two, or four removable tubes. The tubes then run the width [...]

Monitoring and Control of Your Water Treatment System – Part 4

Monitoring and Control of Your Water Treatment System - Part 4 Fouling The below image is of the Betz MonitAll. It is a portable assembly used primarily to measure the fouling and corrosion potential of cooling water streams on heated tube surfaces. The MonitAll contains a clear flow-through assembly. Sample water flows in at the [...]

Monitoring and Control of Your Water Treatment System – Part 3

Monitoring and Control of Your Water Treatment System - Part 3 Corrosion Rate A big part of monitoring and controlling water systems that may not always be within a plant setting, is through tracking corrosion rates. Continuous, on-line monitoring instruments that track and measure corrosion do so at the value of millimetres per year. These [...]

Monitoring and Control of Your Water Treatment System – Part 2

Monitoring and Control of Your Water Treatment System - Part 2 Continuous Monitoring Manual monitoring works fine for systems in which water and plant operating conditions change slowly, but the need for improved reliability and water quality worldwide requires more precision in monitoring and control. Water treatment systems are dynamic in nature and to best [...]

Monitoring and Control of Your Water Treatment System – Part 1

Monitoring and Control of Your Water Treatment System - Part 1 The Need For Water Monitoring and Control Monitoring your water treatment system is essential in ensuring that your desired water quality is achieved. Whether your water treatment program is applied to a boiler, cooling, wastewater, or any other industrial water system, it’s important that [...]

Identifying Microbiological Contamination

Identifying Microbiological Contamination Microbiological contamination can be classified as viable and nonviable. Viable organisms are those that have the ability to reproduce and proliferate. Nonviable organisms cannot reproduce or multiply. Bacterial Contamination Bacterial contamination is quantified as “Colony Forming Units” (CFU), a measure of the total viable bacterial population. CFU’s are typically determined by incubating [...]

How to Choose Industrial Reverse Osmosis for Your Factory

How to ChooseIndustrial Reverse Osmosis for Your Factory When Reverse Osmosis was first introduced in the 1950's, no one would have thought that Industrial Reverse Osmosis systems would become such a vital part of factories in the 21st century. Today, many industries are looking for ways to run a cost-efficient factory. Therefore, choosing the right [...]

How is Water Used in Pretreatment Systems?

How is Water Used in Pretreatment Systems? The powder coating industry uses a variety of pretreatment methods to prepare metal parts. Water is used in parts washers, together with pretreatment chemicals and conversion coatings. The chemical suppliers offer a wide variety of aqueous cleaner, primarily to remove organic and inorganic soils (oil, grease, polymers, soaps, [...]

Hot Water Energy Analysis & Worksheet

Hot Water Energy Analysis & Worksheet The purpose of this page is to provide support data and basic information on how a water softener saves on energy consumption when water is heated by various methods, to serve or satisfy a particular need. As the cost of energy escalates, all of us become even more aware [...]

Filtration Processes

Filtration Processes Natural Filtration Process The filtration process can be viewed as one of the most understood techniques in water treatment. The basic principles of separation/filtration have been working in our environment for eons. As shown in the image below, part of the filtration in the hydrologic cycle takes place by water seeping and percolating [...]

Does My Water Treatment System NEED RO?

Does My Water Treatment System NEED RO? Click on the image above to learn the Reverse Osmosis Theory of Operation! Benefits of Reverse Osmosis • Substantial cost savings • Improved energy efficiency • Enhanced total system performance • Scale reduction • Superior taste and clarity • Spot-free rinses Applications for Reverse Osmosis Water • Food [...]

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