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    Due to the many energy conversion processes taking place in a water related system, efficiency covers a multitude of topics, such as: plant efficiency, pumping efficiency, heat-exchanger efficiency, filtration efficiency, etc.

    For all equipment, like boilers, cooling plants, pumps, heat-exchangers, filters, where energy is needed for them to work, an efficiency factor will be involved. The days when efficiency was of little concern is over and they are not likely to come back.

    In today’s world with the rising raw-material, labour, fuel and water costs, more and more focus is put on efficiency and water treatment has become a very important part of this issue.

    Power and heat production requires fuel and water, production requires power and water, cooling requires power and water, waste water handling requires power and water.

    Water treatment thus offers a unique opportunity to substantially increase efficiency, both in terms of direct savings and indirect savings:

    Direct savings can be achieved through lower fuel and power consumption, lower water consumption, lower waste water amounts, longer equipment life-time.

    Indirect savings can be achieved through less down-time, less maintenance, lower labour requirements, less treatment problems.

    For utility plants, efficiency has to be taken into consideration at many levels, as the potential for savings and losses are severe and present at many different levels. Examples would be: Type of fuel, combined heat & power generation, insulation, blow-down, priming, system leaks, single item efficiency, etc.

    As utility plants are often used for many years, it is obvious that efficiency has to be evaluated regularly to ensure that the plant is running with acceptable efficiency at any given time. Over time insulation might be upgraded/repaired, blow-down losses might be reduced, pump losses might be reduced, cooling losses might be reduced, fuel efficiency might be increased, etc.

    Hydro-X (Qingdao) Industrial Water Treatment Co., Ltd.
    Zhuzhou Road– Laoshan District – 266101, Qingdao – Shandong Province – P.R. China
    P: +86 (0)532 88903360 – F: +86 (0)532 88903356 – info@hydrox-cn.com – www.sitopalletas.com

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