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WATERCHEMICAL SERVICE

With our water-chemical analysis service, we support you in operating your system safely and reliably. Based on the analysis of the essential water-chemical parameters and taking into account the plant-specific material composition and the mode of operation, we carry out a status assessment.

Based on the current status of the water parameters, we develop individual treatment concepts to optimize chemical consumption, improve system performance and reduce the amount of waste water. The aim is to ensure safe and economical plant operation.

SAFE AND RELIABLE PLANT OPERATION - YOUR BENEFITS

  • Reduction of operating costs by improving efficiency and optimizing thickening, desalting volume and make-up water requirements

  • Maintaining the value of the system and extending the service life of the components, thus reducing repair costs

  • Reduction of the workload through the use of intelligent product solutions

  • Safe plant operation through compliance with the operating regulations (DIN, VDI, VGB guidelines, etc.)

  • Use of environmentally friendly substances in low concentrations

Our service means that we are expertly at your side from the analysis of the current state of the water parameters to the development of a solution proposal through to implementation and support. Our service team advises and supports you in the implementation on site and trains your operating staff. If required, we can also carry out the services ourselves.

 

We offer you regular checks of the most important water-chemical parameters and ongoing optimization based on the water analyses. Of course, changes in the operating mode or the water quality are also taken into account. Whether steam boiler, district heating, cooling water or combined heat and power plant - our know-how in the field of water chemistry is used in many different areas. The sectors include energy suppliers, chemical industry, building materials industry, paper industry, foundries and clinics.

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