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Virtual or on-site technical training for water and process treatment

Level of Training: Operator Training, Engineer Training, Senior Management Training

Water Treatment Training Courses:

Technical Fundamentals

– Basic Chemistry

Influent Clarification

– General Technology

Cooling Training

– Types of Cooling systems

– Scales / Deposition Control

– Corrosion Control

– Microbiological Control

Boiler Training

– Types of Boiler systems

– Scales / deposition Control

– Corrosion Control

– Make up Water Quality

– Condensate

Waste Water Training

– General Technology

– Primary Treatment

– Secondary Treatment

 

    Virtual or on-site technical training for water and process treatment

    Level of Training: Operator Training, Engineer Training, Senior Management

    • Water management training
    • Waste water treatment training
    • Process training
    • Industry specific training
    • Leadership, selling and other relevant courses

    Training is site-specific and the content accommodate different levels of knowledge and experience

    Virtual or on-site technical training for water and process treatment

    Level of Training: Operator Training, Engineer Training, Senior Management Training

    Applications Water Management:

    • Influent Clarification
    • Cooling Water Management
    • Boiler Water Management
    • Waste Water Management
    • Water Reuse

    • Water management training 95% 95%
    • Waste water treatment training 83% 83%
    • Process training 89% 89%
    • Industry specific training 95% 95%
    • Leadership, selling and other relevant courses 83% 83%

    Industry specific flow diagrams with detailed questions & answers for each industry is available with assessments.

     

    Industries Training as Required

    • Automotive
    • District Cooling
    • Chemicals
    • Facilities Management and Buildings
    • Food & Beverages
    • Micro Electronics
    • Mining & Minerals
    • Oil & Gas
    • Pharmaceutical
    • Power Generation
    • Pulp & Paper
    • Refineries
    • Steel
    • Textiles

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Cooling Water Treatment

    Boiler Water Treatment

    What are the major issues in your Cooling Towers?

    The three major issues your industrial cooling water system may encounter is: corrosion, deposition, and microbial growth.

    What does corrosion in a cooling system lead to?

    Corrosion leads to metal loss that can result in critical system failures in heat exchangers, recirculating water piping, and process cooling equipment. Corrosion also results in a loss of efficiency as corrosion products precipitate on heat transfer devices, insulating the metals.

    What does deposit formation, such as mineral scales and sludge cause in a Cooling Tower?

    Deposition interferes with heat transfer, increases corrosion rates, restricts water flow, and causes loss of process efficiency and production.

    What is the impact on a Cooling Tower if biological organisms, including algae, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi, find their breeding grounds in cooling towers?

    If not properly controlled, biological growth forms and acts as a natural adhesion surface for scale formation, resulting in fouling. All of these conditions can be seriously problematic when it comes to optimizing the efficiency of your cooling water tower or system. It can also leads to Legionella, which is a reportable desease.

    What are the main challenges in Boilers?

    The major issues your industrial boiler water system may encounter is: corrosion, deposition, steam- &, condensate quality and oxygen ingress.

    Why is deposition problematic when it comes to the function of your boiler system?

    The formation of deposits such as scale and sludge in a boiler system, results in elevated metal temperatures that cause tube failures and restricted circulation

    Why is corrossion in a boiler system a chalenge?

    Boiler system corrosion leads to localized pitting and/or thinning of pipe and tube surfaces, resulting in leaks and tube failures. Both issues will significantly reduce a system’s efficiency, and compromise a boiler’s reliability.

    Influent Clarification

    Why is pre-treatment of your makeup water essential?

    Pre-treatment of your makeup water is essential for optimizing the success of any filtration or membrane system. A pretreatment program may include filter treatment, water softening, or both.

    Why is a good filter treatment in industrial reverse osmosis embranes necessary?

    Good filter treatment for industrial reverse osmosis membranes is necessary to remove suspended solids, colloidal material, and metals.

    What will happen if these soliods, colloidal material and metals are not removed?

     It will create the need for more frequent cleaning and replacement of membranes.

    What is the impact on a Cooling Tower if biological organisms, including algae, bacteria, protozoa, and fungi, find their breeding grounds in cooling towers?

    If not properly controlled, biological growth forms and acts as a natural adhesion surface for scale formation, resulting in fouling. All of these conditions can be seriously problematic when it comes to optimizing the efficiency of your cooling water tower or system. It can also leads to Legionella, which is a reportable desease.

    What will happen if these calcium and magnesium ions are not exchanged for sodium iones?

    If not properly treated, these ions can serve as the basis for forming insoluble compounds that will precipitate within the system. It will cause scale formation and under deposit corrosion.

    Waste Water Treatment

    Why do we need a solids – liquid separation programs in industrial waste treatment systems.

     Liquid separation programs are needed to prevent the buildup of solids in industrial systems.

    What are these programs designed to achieve?

    These programs are designed to maximize system efficiency, and prevent any damage or equipment downtime.

    Which methods are used frequently for the separation of solids and liquid in influent and effluent waters?

    Mechanical methods may include sedimentation, straining, flotation, and filtration.
    Coagulation and flocculation chemicals are used in the treatment process for water clarification, lime softening, sludge thickening, and solids dewatering and removal.

    In addition, specific chemical treatments for the wastewater needs of various industries, such as: oil/water emulsions, odor control, and defoaming can be used for optimised performance.

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