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Description Of Evaporative Condenser
Sep 25, 2018

Most of the cooling water contains calcium, magnesium ions and acid-type carbonates. When the cooling water flows through the metal surface, there is a carbonate formation. In addition, dissolved in the cooling water of oxygen will also cause metal corrosion, forming rust. Due to the appearance of rust, heat exchange effect decreased. Serious when you have to spray cooling water outside the shell, fouling serious will clog the tube, so that the heat exchange effect loses effect. Data from the study show that scale sediments have a significant impact on the loss of heat transfer and increase the cost of energy as a result of increased sediment. Even a thin layer of scale will increase the equipment in the scaling part of more than 40% of the operating costs.  Keeping the cooling channel free of mineral deposits can improve efficiency, conserve energy, prolong the life of the equipment, and save production time and expense. Long-term traditional cleaning methods such as mechanical method (scraping, brush), high pressure water, chemical cleaning (pickling) in the equipment to clean up a lot of problems: can not completely remove scale and other sediments, acid to the equipment caused by corrosion formation loopholes, residual acid on the material produced two times corrosion or corrosion, resulting in replacement equipment, in addition,

The waste liquid is poisonous and requires a lot of money for waste water treatment. In view of the above situation, the foreign special development of metal corrosion of small cleaning agent, which has high efficiency, environmental protection, safety, non-corrosive, not only good cleaning effect and no corrosion on the equipment, can guarantee the long-term use of evaporative condenser.