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Total hardness is the sum of temporary and permanent hardness and gives a measure of the scale-forming salts present in the boiler feedwater. Boiler feed water treatment Modern high-pressure, high-temperature marine boilers with their large steam output require very pure feedwater.
Total hardness (ppm CaCO3) 0.300 0.300 0.200 0.200 0.100 0.050 0.0 0.0 Silica (ppm SiO2) 150 90 40 30 20 8 2 1 Total alkalinity (ppm CaCO3) 700 600 500 400 300 200 0 0 Specific conductance (micro-ohms/cm) (un-neutralized) 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 150 100 Boiler feed water
Dec 11, 2017· Today on the Boiling Point, one our instructors from Boiler University, Jude Wolf, talks about testing the boiler make up water for hardness. Minerals in the water can cause buildup over time
Click to view3:26Feb 05, 2020· Water quality is critical in a boiler room. Hard water going into a steam boiler can lead to increased scaling and deposit build-ups. Today we are looking at how to conduct a water hardness test
Sludge conditioning in a boiler a) is controlled by the continuous blow down b) is to prevent pollution from the water blown down from the boiler c) prevents the sludge precipitates from adhering to the boiler plates and tubes d) is done to mix the sludge with the boiler water e) neutralizes the sludge forming substances
Water hardness levels are typically checked manually through the use of chemical reagents, but such measurements are time-consuming and can result in incorrect readings. Colormetry solves all these problems by offering automated reagent injection, mixing, …
The most common cause of overheating and failure of boiler tubes is the formation of hard scale on the boiler tube surfaces. This is caused by calcium and magnesium in the boiler water. When untreated boiler water is heated, this calcium and magnesium will precipitate from the solution to form hard scale on the tube surfaces.
An increase in temperature results in an increase in electrical conductivity. For boiler water, the conductivity increases at the rate of approximately 2% (of the value at 25°C) for every 1°C increase in temperature. This can be written as: Example 3.12.3. A boiler water sample has an unneutralised conductivity of 5 000 μS/cm at 25°C.
The conventional boiler water test finds only the presence of OH and half of CO3. Standard value of P alkalinity in Boiler Water is between 50-300mg CaCO3/l. Effects. Higher value of P alkalinity leads to scale formation and overheating of the inside of the boiler causing internal damage. 6. Chloride ion. It causes generation of scale formation.
pitting can result with possible rupture of boiler condensate piping or boiler tubes. 3.3.4 Rusty water in the boiler gage glass is a sure sign of acid corrosion in the boiler feedwater/condesate system or in the boiler itself. 3.3.5 Make-up water is the major source of carbon dioxide. The first priority is to minimize the amount of make-up water.
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