|April 4, 2017|
|11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time 10:00 AM Central Daylight Time 08:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time 15:00 Greenwich Mean Time|
|CEC:||A certificate of attendance will be offered.|
|Approximately one hour. Free to attend.|
|Bob Bradley, Industry Expert, Retired Walt Kozlowski, Manager of Strategy and Growth, Evoqua Water Technologies|
Open recirculating cooling systems are used in many industrial plants. Cooling towers, a critical component in these systems, reject waste heat to the atmosphere by evaporating water but also act as air-scrubbers and can collect significant amounts of airborne contaminants. These contaminants (organics, sand, soil, construction debris/dirt, etc.) often build up to significant levels in the system and are not efficiently removed by normal tower blowdown, which can result in fouling that reduces system efficiency, can be a site for growth of bacteria and organisms, and result in increased usage of water treatment chemicals.
In closed cooling system loops, corrosion by-products such as iron/rust can foul heat exchangers, create locations for bacteria to proliferate, and result in under-deposit corrosion issues.
Sidestream filtration is a recognized method of reducing contaminants in both open and closed recirculating water systems. Both the US Department of Energy and the cooling tower manufacturers advocate the installation of a filter on these systems as a best practice. This webinar will review some of the fouling and bacterial issues caused by contaminants in cooling systems, and will present the benefits and methods of various filtration techniques.
|Bob Bradley Industry Expert Retired|
|Walt Kozlowski Manager of Strategy and Growth Evoqua Water Technologies|
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