Water Treatment

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Deposits are formed in cooling water systems when sparingly soluble salts such as calcium carbonate exceed their solubility limits due to the concentration of these salts by evaporation and by reduced solubility at heat exchange surfaces. Further, many municipalities are now adding phosphates to the raw water for corrosion control which can also concentrate in cooling water systems and lead to calcium phosphate deposition. These deposits will result in increased energy consumption, higher production costs, and localized corrosion.