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Evaporator Treatment Chemicals

Disposal of effluent from the industries is an increasing problem globally and Evaporation is a proven and effective way of reducing the volume of many waste streams.

Product Name Description Info
TC 2015 / 2222 Defoamer High Molecular Fatty acids based Non Silicon Defoamer Get Quote
TC 2024 Defoamer Silicon Emulsion based Defoamer Get Quote
TC 7001 Antiscalant Antiscalant for Evaporator Get Quote
TC 8303 Scale Softener Non Ionic Surfactant based Scale Softener Get Quote
TC 14291 Anticalant Acrylic/Maliec Copolymer based Antiscalant Get Quote
TC 21040 Muliti-Functional Dispersant Carboxylate/ Sulfonate based Antiscalant Get Quote
TC 213 Corrosion Inhibitor for HCl Polymeric Corrosion Inhibitor Get Quote

Disposal of effluent from the industries is an increasing problem globally and Evaporation is a proven and effective way of reducing the volume of many waste streams.

Wastewater evaporator technology is used for reducing water portion of liquid effluent. Evaporation technology is used to change the industrial effluent into its vapour in order to separate objectionable substance from the effluent and clean it.

Evaporation is considered as an alternative process in an increasing number of wastewater treatment applications. It can be effective for concentrating or removing salts, heavy metals and a variety of hazardous materials from solution. Also, it may be used to recover useful by-products from a solution or to concentrate liquid wastes prior to final disposal.

Most applications of the technology also produce a high quality, recyclable condensate where water conservation is a priority.

During evaporation, a solution is concentrated when a portion of the water is vaporized, leaving behind a saline liquor that contains virtually all of the dissolved solids from the raw effluent.

These evaporators could work inefficiently because of fouling, foaming and corrosion. Fouling occurs when hard deposits form on the surfaces of the heating surfaces in the evaporators and resulting reduce the efficiency of heat transfer.

Foaming can also create a problem which will also reduce the efficiency of the evaporator system. Corrosion can occur when acidic solutions are concentrated and the surface damage caused can shorten the long-life of evaporators.

Kimberlite Water Plus can offer special chemicals for treating brine concentration in the evaporators to provide the optimal solution for your water treatment and end-product requirements.

Products

  • Antiscalant
  • Scale Softening Agent
  • Defoamer
  • Acid Inhibitor