Excessive accumulation of biofilm can lead to process cooling water system fouling and corrosion; loss of heat transfer and reduction in energy efficiency; downtime for cleaning; illness or death; and costly equipment repair or replacement.
With a stainless steel housing, Model S1000 is designed to remove ultra-high and variable total suspended solids (TSS) from difficult-to-treat fluids in industrial process and wastewater treatment applications.
Alone, continuous low-level chlorine feed may not be enough to control cooling water biofilm and its related problems. For improved protection, chlorine should be continuously fed, monitored and controlled.
A no-cost seminar, “Introduction to High-Purity Water Standards Seminar,” is intended to help attendees understand the different high-purity water quality standards and their implications on water treatment system designs as well as how they affect the planning, development and operation of nanotechnology research and other semiconductor-related facilities.
A mobile water filtration system and a mobile seawater desalination reverse osmosis (RO) system from GE enabled the Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) to continuously treat power plant wastewater at the Curtis H. Stanton Energy Center during a planned outage.
On Demand Water cooling grabbed headlines in 2015 as HVAC cooling towers in New York City led to a sustained outbreak of Legionnaires' disease. As a result of that outbreak and others, the ASHRAE 188 Legionella standard was developed to formalize the methods to minimize or prevent Legionella in cooling towers, including those at industrial plants.