Power Industry water treatment refers to the purification of water used in boilers, cooling towers, and turbines, because clarified water is vital in ensuring the efficient, dependable operation of the system.
Untreated or under-treated water can contribute to erosion and damage to steam generation equipment. Inadequately treated wastewater can violate environmental regulations. With advanced technology, new solutions revolutionize the way water is purified, recycled, and reused for clean, renewable power generation through power industry water treatment.
This Electro-Deionization (EDI) System provides ultrapure water for a power plant. EDI systems produce ultrapure water without the need for chemical regeneration.
Generating power takes vast amounts of water for use in virtually every step of the process, from boiler feed systems to cooling condensers and towers. Clean water is not just important on the intake, but it is equally essential on discharge. Legislation continues to evolve, tightening restrictions and shifting demand toward zero liquid discharge. That means there’s an increase for innovation in water treatment for the power generation industry.
According to trend analysis, water demand will increase by 55% due to the world’s growing population, while demand for electricity will increase by 45 trillion kWh or approximately 44% more than the 2020 level. That presents a dilemma when power plants depend on water for clean energy generation. The answer is advanced technology combined with expertise to find smarter, cleaner ways to preserve and recycle water to meet power requirements for an increasingly connected, electronic world.
There are various technologies applied for power plant water treatment, such as:
Haliant Technologies power industry water treatment products focus on performance, compliance with process and environmental requirements, as well as long-term cost-effectiveness. In this way, we can meet the most demanding standards of quality, safety, and reliability. Some of the applications we offer include: Pre-treatment, Boiler feedwater, Condensate polishing, Cooling tower treatment, and Wastewater treatment through the process.
This Reverse Osmosis System provides purified water to high-pressure boilers at a power plant. The system is specifically designed to adjust for cold feed water during winter months without any loss in production capacity.