4 edition of Boiler feed water treatment found in the catalog.
Includes References.Imprint covered by label: New York, N.Y., Distributed by Chemical publishing company, inc.Erratum: slip attached to p. 
|Statement||Hutchinsons scientific & technical publications|
|Publishers||Hutchinsons scientific & technical publications|
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|Pagination||xvi, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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External Water Treatment External treatment is used to remove suspended solids, dissolved solids particularly the calcium and magnesium ions which are major causes of scale formationand dissolved gases oxygen and carbon dioxide. Deaeration or degasification At this point in the boiler feed water treatment process, any condensate being returned to the system will mix with the treated makeup water and enter the deaeration or degasification process.
The polymers are usually low in molecular weight and have numerous active sites. A given amount of salt or acid is rinsed with the resin bed.
The tolerance for deposition is very low in these systems. Water losses in the water-steam-cycle, for example resulting from boiler blow-down, are replenished by make-up water bwhich has been treated by the make-up water treatment plant 1.
However, condensate-side e contamination is also possible, for example due to corrosion processes, condenser leakage, chemical conditioning for process-related reasons. Restriction of steam trap orifices - This will reduce steam trap capacities, and ultimately lead to waterlogging of the plant, and reduced output.
Supercritical boilers use all-volatile treatments, generally consisting of ammonia and hydrazine. Calcium and magnesium bicarbonate dissolve in water to form an alkaline solution and these salts are known as alkaline hardness. Stability constants provide a measure of chemical stability of the chelant-metal ion complexes. Forms are bicarbonates, sulphates, chlorides, and nitrates, in that order.
In each of these cases, the selection will often be a demineralisation or a reverse osmosis plant.
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External water treatment It is generally agreed that where possible on steam boilers, the principal feedwater treatment should be external to the boiler.
-Operating the boiler below its design pressure; this increases the volume and the velocity of the steam released from the water surface.