The major problems associated with cooling water systems are corrosion, scaling, and biological contamination. These issues may lead to reduced efficiency of heat transfer with, increasing repairing/ replacement costs, with increased fuel consumption and cost.

Some commonly involved applications for cooling towers are water-cooling of equipment, air-conditioning systems and general manufacturing needs. The kind of heat rejection that occurs in a cooling tower is defined as evaporative because it admits a small portion of the water being cooled to evaporate into a moving air stream for providing significant cooling to the rest of that water stream.


Scale and Corrosion Inhibitor

Scale and Corrosion Inhibitor is a highly effective blend that controls and inhibits scale, corrosion and non-biological fouling in cooling water

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Descalant Chemical is a blend of acidic compounds which can be used to remove lime scale from metal surfaces. Acidic compounds

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Passivating Chemical

Passivating Chemical is an alkaline blend of passivating agents that provides resistance to stainless steel from rust. It is bio-degradable and

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Cooling Tower Biocide

The Cooling Tower Biocides are the chemicals which are used to remove or inhibit the formation of biological fouling. These formulated biocides utilize

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Chlorine based Biocide

Biocides are formulations that eradicate or rather kill all kinds of micro-organism and their activities wherever utilised or applied. These chemicals are blended

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A Dispersant is a specifically formulated chemical used on liquid/fluid heterogeneous mixtures in order to separate

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Biodispersant is extensively used to prevent bio-fouling caused by the buildup of slimes, algae and bacterial deposits. Continuous operation

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