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Marine Boiler Feedwater- Treatment & Purity Control

systems. When boiler water is contaminated by suspended matter an excess of salts or oil then 'foaming' may occur. This is a foam or froth which collects on the water surface in the boiler drum. Foaming leads to 'priming' which is the carry-over of water with the steam leaving the

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Characteristics of boiler feedwater - Lenntech

Feed-water purity requirements therefore can vary widely. A low-pressure fire-tube boiler can usually tolerate high feed-water hardness with proper treatment while virtually all impurities must be removed from water used in some modern high-pressure boilers. Only relatively wide ranges can be given as to maximum levels of alkalis salt silica phosphates etc in relation to working pressure. The actual maximum levels must be obtained fro the boiler

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Feed water treatment

Sea water leaks result in progressive contamination of boiler water because of the increasing concentration of salts in the boiler due to the residue of evaporation. Furthermore even then boiler feed water is within its allowed limits of impurities the concentration of salts within the boiler increases in proportion to the rate of evaporation (steaming rate) of the boiler.

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Boiler Water Treatment Guidelines; Columbia Boiler Co

The ratio of chlorides in the boiler water to that of the feed water can be used as a means to determine the amount of blowdown required. The chloride test is unsuitable for feedwater with low incoming concentrations and the concentrations in the feedwater must be averaged over time for accuracy. High boiler solids will lead to foaming priming surging and carry over. These problems can be overcome by proper daily blowdown of the boiler.

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Feed Water - Chemistry Limits

Boiler Blowdown - Suspended solids in the feed water will remain in the boiler when steam is generated Boiler Blowdown Rate - Calculating boiler blowdown rate Boiler Capacity - Steam boilers output can be expressed in Boiler Horsepower MBTU or in Pounds of Steam delivered per hour

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Marine Boiler Feedwater- Treatment & Purity Control

The presence of dissolved oxygen and carbon dioxide in boiler feedwater can cause considerable corrosion of the boiler and feed systems. When boiler water is contaminated by suspended matter an excess of salts or oil then 'foaming' may occur. This is a foam or froth which collects on the water surface in the boiler drum.

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Water Handbook - Boiler Blowdown Control | SUEZ

The primary purpose of blowdown is to maintain the solids content of boiler water within certain limits. This may be required for specific reasons such as contamination of the boiler water. In this case a high blowdown rate is required to eliminate the contaminants as rapidly as possible.

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The Importance of Boiler Water and Steam Chemistry

At a minimum boiler feedwater must be softened water for low pressure boilers and demineralized water for high pressure boilers. It must be free of oxygen and essentially free of hardness constituents and suspended solids. Recommended feedwater limits are shown in Table 1.

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Water Softener Brine Tank Level Too High Salt tank level ...

If that occurs your water may feel too slimy (too soft) and may contain excessive salt. Brine Tank Water is Too High: common causes of weak or incomplete brine draw. Water softener injector or eductor is clogged or plugged: remove and clean it. Or the nozzle and venturi that produces the pumping suction for the system are not properly seated.

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Salt in Marine Boilers - Naval Marine Archive

proportion of salt be doubled or 2/30 it will boil at a tempera- ture of 101°1/3 C if 3/30 or 4/30 the boiling point will rise re- spectively to 102° C. and 102°2/3 C.; when there are 12/30 of salt in the water the boiling point rises to 107°7/9 C. 12/30 is the

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