Boiler Feed Water Treatment
The significance of boiler feed water treatment or water treatment before the boiler procedure cannot be overstated. For preventing scaling and fouling, which can damage and shorten the life of the pricey boiler/turbine procedure, it’s essential to remove organics, suspended material, dissolved substances, and dissolved gases.
In a boiler system, boiler feed water treatment is a pre-treatment process that controls deposition, removes impurities, and prevents corrosion. Water gets converted into steam in a boiler system and broadens by up to 1000 times as it moves through steam pipes at 100 km/hr speed.
Steam is essential to transport heat and energy from central boilers to their final destination. A factory or facility that produces steam will corrode and scale if the feedwater is not treated correctly.
Corrosion is among the most significant issues that arise in steam systems that use a lot of water. There is a lot of dissolved oxygen in freshwater. When this oxygen is combined with high-temperature increases, it becomes highly corrosive, especially to carbon steel piping in boiler systems.
For preventing corrosion, oxygen available in the pure water used to produce saturated steam must be removed using chemicals and deaeration towers. Boiler feed water treatment accomplishes this, and hydrazine, sodium sulphite, and sodium erythorbate are the most prevalent chemicals used as scavengers during the procedure.
Avoiding boiler feed water treatment could become a potential disaster, causing scalding and severe burns as well as damaging equipment and the facility. Corrosion destruction and scale formation can also lead to lower efficiency, poor steam reliability, unreliable procedures, and a shortened facility life.
BioChem Water will assess your feedwater reliability, final quality of water, and space constraints, then use our extensive process information to build a cost-effective, service-friendly boiler feed water treatment that runs smoothly. Our goal is to provide you with the best long-term solution possible.