Boiler Water Treatment
Blue-White® manufactures chemical metering pumps to prolong the life of your physical assets, maximize process productivity, and optimize the chemical utilization of your boiler system.
A boiler is a closed vessel in which water is heated. The purpose of boilers is to either produce hot water or steam. Hot water boilers heat water for commercial heating and hot water supply. Steam boilers generate steam to power turbines for power generation and various other industrial heating applications.
Necessity of Boiler Water Treatment
Water is an excellent heat transfer medium, but it must be treated properly in steam and hot water systems. That’s because water contains minerals and gases that lose solubility when heated. The heated water becomes hazardous to the boiler and its connected components and results in a loss of valuable energy.
Chemical Treatment Requires Precision
A balanced chemical treatment program is critical if you want your boiler water treatment system to function correctly. Too much chemical treatment will negatively impact water quality, and that could damage the boiler.
The right amount of chemicals must be identified and then carefully dispensed.
When it comes to boiler water treatment, chemicals perform a variety of functions. Some help maintain desired pH levels to minimize the water solubility, while others absorb oxygen so it can’t cause corrosion.
The right chemicals injected precisely enable boiler feed systems to run reliably and efficiently while reducing water consumption.
Metering Pumps for Proper Boiler Water Treatment
For effective boiler-water treatment, turn to metering pumps to deliver a precise chemical feed.
Blue-White metering pumps combine accurate and reliable chemical injection and simple-to-use controls with precise adjustability. They’re made with chemically resistant materials and NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association)-rated enclosures for harsh industrial environments.
Blue-White offers a complete metering pump lineup to meet application demands. We suggest a pump that matches your needs based on factors that include:
- Required flow rate
- Back pressure requirements
- Chemical requirements
- Control options
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