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Common Chemicals Used in Boiler Water Treatment

Boiler water treatment is the conditioning and treatment of boiler feed water with the purpose of meeting three objectives. In order for boiler water treatment to be maintained, there must be a continuous heat exchange, protection for high-quality steam, and corrosion protection. Boilers are designed to heat fluid, after which the vaporized or heated fluid [...]

By |Industrial Water Treatment|

Chiller vs. Cooling Tower: What’s the Difference?

If you require a system that will effectively cool your food processing unit or power plant, the two main types of systems that can be used for numerous cooling purposes include a chiller and a cooling tower. While both of these systems are designed to remove any heat from a liquid before it's used as [...]

By |Industrial Water Treatment|

Brine Solutions for Home & Industrial Applications

Brine is a simple solution of water and salt that can be used for salt brining, which is primarily designed to act as a deicing agent. Along with its main application for the deicing of roads, salt brine is also commonly used for food preservation, food production, and industrial refrigeration. The reason that this solution [...]

By |Industrial Water Treatment|

Common Applications of Chlorine Dioxide

Chlorine dioxide is a common chemical compound that is composed of two atoms of oxygen and one atom of chlorine. At room temperature, chlorine dioxide is a gas with a yellowish-green or red color to it that will dissolve when coming into contact with water. The most important quality of this gas is that it [...]

By |Industrial Water Treatment|

Perfectly Control Your Water Flow with Water Flow Regulators

A water flow regulator is a common device that is used to maintain a specified flow rate no matter how the pressure varies throughout the supply line. If ever water is passing through the line at a high pressure, the regulator will close just enough to ensure that the water continues at a steady pace. [...]

By |Water Measurement Tips & Tricks|

6 Types of Hydroponic Systems Explained

Hydroponics is an increasingly popular method of growing plants that uses a nutrient-rich solution with a water base, which means that soil isn't used at all in a hydroponics system. Instead, the roots of the plants are supported by such substances as peat moss, clay pellets, perlite, and rockwool. When you're looking to create or [...]

By |Hydroponics|

Calculating ORP Measurement in Water

There are many different methods for measuring water, all of which are necessary for different applications. Some of the more popular methods for water measurements include measuring the pH of the water, measuring the conductivity, measuring the amount of dissolved oxygen, and measuring the chlorine dioxide in the water. Another very useful method for water [...]

By |ORP|

Operating Dissolved Oxygen Probes in Bioreactors and Cell Culture

Dissolved oxygen refers to the amount of oxygen that has been dissolved into a water source, which could be anything from the ocean to a bioreactor. Whether your company handles the transport of live fish or is involved in wastewater treatment, it's essential that you measure and keep track of the amount of dissolved oxygen [...]

By |Industrial Water Treatment|

Why Electrical Conductivity of Water is Important for Industrial Applications

The conductivity of water refers to the ability of water to conduct an electrical current. A material like copper has a high electrical conductivity, which is why it's typically used as electrical wiring in a home. The high conductivity of copper allows an electrical current to travel through the wiring and over to a light [...]

By |Conductivity|

Dissolved Oxygen Sensors: A Critical Measurement for Aquatic Environment Health

Aquatic environment health is an essential component of making sure that all forms of life within the water remain healthy. Fish, bacteria, plants, and invertebrates all require a healthy aquatic environment in order to live and thrive. The best way to protect and take care of the aquatic environment is to monitor the dissolved oxygen [...]

By |Aquaculture|