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Poor feed water quality

Postby sandra » Fri Nov 29, 2013 12:19 pm

Feed water should always be treated to protect the boiler from corrosion and buildup of solid deposits on the tubes. Water in the boiler is vaporized to steam and leaves the solids in form of scale the areas where there is a high rate of heat transfer. This can result to an insulating layer that prevents the water to eliminate heat from the surface of the tube. If it worsens with time, the tubes are eventually going to overheat and cause permanent damage. To prevent deposits on tubes, maintain low levels of solids.
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Re: Poor feed water quality

Postby Wendye » Thu Dec 12, 2013 10:32 am

Water clarity is not any indication of water quality testing is the only 100 percent way of knowing water quality bubbles at the top of the water also is not a sign of a water problem .
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