Cooling towers are pretty simple, they Cool water by evaporation!
Air conditioning in a school, office building, church or other small application typically use hundreds of gallons a day. The large cooling towers use thousands of gallons of water a minute and are commonly seen in big power plants.
You must protect the cooling tower against corrosion and scale. The most common type of corrosion in cooling towers is "white rust (zinc oxide)."
Zinc oxide occurs in galvanized steel cooling towers and is directly related to the water quality. If pH levels are incorrect or have changed and water treatment is inadequate, build-up will occur very fast.
Scale formation is another major problem, creating expensive maintenance repairs in Cooling Towers. Scale occurs when deposits get clogged in pipes, usually caused by high in minerals in the cold water supply combining with heat. 1/8” of scale reduces efficiency by 18%!
Water treatment equipment reduce operating costs, decrease chemicals, soaps and detergents, while extending the equipment life span. Ion exchange, filtration and membrane technology are typically the foundation of a high quality water system. Pre-engineered catalog systems are often utilized to reduce or remove organic and inorganic substances found in the feed water.
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