Challenges To Managing Cooling Tower Chemistry

With our long experience in working with professionals in the HVAC industry, we are keenly aware of the challenges in managing cooling tower chemistry. We also understand that the very nature of the systems, the use of heat to cause evaporation can create concentrations of both organic and inorganic contaminants that can create imbalances within the system in a very short period of time.

Contaminants in the system or the impurities that are in the water used in the towers are going to become more concentrated over time, and this will change over the cycling of the water through the system.

We also know and work with experts in working with cooling tower chemistry management to help to develop systems for a wide range of applications. This can include smaller towers to the very largest towers, and our ability to customize a system to suit your needs sets us apart from any other companies offering cooling tower water treatment solutions.

Knowing the System

To assist you in choosing the right system for your needs, we will first meet with your team to find out just what you need. We offer different options for our ScaleBlaster as well MineralPURE copper/silver ionizer, addressing both organic and inorganic contaminants that may be problematic in the system.

In most cooling towers, both issues will need to be addressed to provide optimal management. By managing both the organic and inorganic components it is possible to greatly reduce issues with corrosion, white rust buildup and even the accumulation of scales or organic sludge in the tanks, the tubes and in the system.

This will provide protection for every component of the cooling tower system. These include valves, pump components, pipes as well as the tower fill, spray headers and even the sump tank system.

The Challenging Combination

Keep in mind when considering treatment options and cooling tower chemistry that the presence of biofilm and organic materials in the tank can also increase the risk of scale development. The organic material itself can become an adhesive or highly accommodating surface for scale to develop, creating a type of synergistic effect that will quickly lower efficiency and decrease the effectiveness of the cooling system.

Talking to our team of experts in managing organic and inorganic contamination in the cooling tank is the first step in the process. By sharing the information and data you have, we can develop an effective treatment system that will effectively manage the cooling towers chemistry and help the system maintain maximum cooling potential.