HVAC Water treatment (Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) and water purification for dehumidification are an essential part of industrial and commercial building operations. The primary purpose is to add heat to, or remove heat from, industrial processes and commercial data centers, to generate electric power, and to condition the air in commercial buildings, hospitals, etc.
The general objectives of HVAC water treatment is:
a. Maximize the water flow and heat transfer efficiency by keeping heat transfer equipment as clean as possible
b. To conserve water and heat, and to meet or surpass all applicable air and water quality regulations.
c. Minimize the effects of corrosion and fouling damage to protect the heat transfer equipment and associated piping
d. To design the most technically appropriate, safe and cost-effective way possible, in the best interests of the customer.
HVAC Water treatment consists of modifying existing water supplies to make them suitable for specific intended uses such as cooling towers, chillers, and boilers. This general process consists of three parts. Pretreatment, before the water is used, Internal treatment of boiler and cooling water while the water is in use and wastewater treatment to make water removed from the system suitable for discharge or reuse.
This Reverse Osmosis System provides pure water to high-pressure boilers for a large automobile tire manufacturer. Purified water from this system typically has less than 10 us/cm conductivity.
Water purification for dehumidification or humidification through water treatment provides the following benefits:
1. All-year-round prevention of condensation, corrosion and mold
2. Protection against condensation affecting sensitive electrical and electronic equipment
3. Better hygiene standards, ensuring easier compliance with appropriate standards
4. Fewer interruptions to normal operations, resulting in less service downtime
5. Better hygiene standards, ensuring easier compliance with appropriate standards
6. Improved health and safety conditions for staff and visitors