Phosphonate & polymer compounds based anti-scale chemicals in multi stage desalination systems (Mitreh 0138, Mitreh 0132, Mitreh APA56, Mitreh APA70)
Multi-stage sweetener systems are produced by boiling and cooling steam; high purity water is obtained. Remaining water with high levels of solubility in each step causes the deposition of these salts and formation of deposits on the tubes and the wall of the enclosure. The result is a lack of proper heat transfer due to the scale layers that act as thermal insulation and ultimately increase energy consumption. Preventing sediment formation in such systems will optimize energy consumption and increase the life of the facility.
The major antiseptic solutions of desalinating systems are based on phosphonate compounds or phosphates. Mitreh 0138 (seawater specialist) and Mitreh 0132 (special salt water) solutions with the specific phosphonate compounds prevent sediment formation in such systems to a high level. The use of polymer compounds to prevent sediment formation in water desalinating systems is also very efficient and shows a lower dose efficiency. The Mitrah APA70 (seawater specialist) and the Mitrah APA56 (especially saline water) contain polymers that prevent the formation of sediment in the system by forming a complex with compounds that can be damaged.
Calibrating Multi-Stage Water Sweetening Systems:
In order to prevent sediment formation in these systems, according to the analysis of feed water, the dosage of the solution is different