Chemical producers are frequently faced with the challenge of using low cost, less than ideal makeup water for their cooling water systems. In fact, a major chemical producer recently experienced progressive scaling in its heat exchangers and hot deck of its cross-flow cooling tower due to poor makeup water quality. The issue was compounded by high phosphate levels in the makeup water, which increased the scaling tendency in the cooling system.
A new case history describes how this chemical producer overcame this challenge and significantly improved its heat exchanger performance with Solenis' Performax™ MX cooling water chemistry. If you would like to learn about the various benefits this plant realized upon employing this novel chemistry, please complete and submit the form below and we will gladly email you a link to the case history.