An efficient and well-designed boiler feed water treatment system should be able to:
• Efficiently treat boiler feed water and remove harmful impurities prior to entering the boiler.
• Promote internal boiler chemistry
• Control return-line corrosion.
• Avoid plant downtime and boiler failure.
• Prolong equipment service life.
For industrial companies using a boiler for its facility, some type of boiler feed water treatment system is usually necessary to ensure an efficient process and quality steam generation. The most appropriate boiler feed water treatment system will help the facility avoid costly plant downtime, expensive maintenance fees, and boiler failure as a result of scaling, corrosion, and fouling of the boiler and downstream equipment.
A boiler feed water treatment system is a system made up of several individual technologies that address your specific boiler feed water treatment needs.
Treating boiler feed water is essential for both high- and low-pressure boilers. Ensuring the correct treatment is implemented before problems such as fouling, scaling, and corrosion occur, will go a long way in avoiding costly replacements/upgrades down the line.
Water can be contaminated by the following agents:
• Pathogens – disease-causing organisms that include bacteria, amoebas and viruses, as well as the eggs and larvae of parasitic worms.
• Harmful chemicals from human activities (industrial wastes, pesticides, fertilizers).
• Chemicals and minerals from the natural environment, such as arsenic, common salt and fluorides.Some non-harmful contaminants may influence the taste, smell, colour or temperature of water, andmake it unacceptable to the community.
Water from surface sources is often contaminated by microbes, whereas groundwater is normally safer, but even groundwater can be contaminated by harmful chemicals from human activities or from the natural environment. Rainwater captured by a rooftop harvesting system or with small catchment dams is relatively safe, provided that the first water is allowed to flow to waste when the rainy season starts. The amount of water to be treated should also be assessed. This can be estimated by assuming that each person will need a minimum of 20–50 litres of water a day for drinking, cooking, laundry and personal hygiene.
A community should be consulted when choosing a water-treatment system and should be made aware of the costs associated with the technology. In particular, community members should be made aware of the behavioral and/or cultural changes needed to make the system effective over the long-term and thus be acceptable to them. Communities may also need to be educated about protecting water sources from animal or human contamination, and mobilized. It should be emphasized that all the positive effects of a water-treatment system could be jeopardized if the water is not drawn, stored and transported carefully and hygienically.
We Fluid Sep Technologies deal with both community and household methods for treating water. Some household treatment methods and their effectiveness are summarized below, whereas the following household and community water-treatment technologies are described in greater detail:
• Household water-treatment systems,
• domestic chlorination.
• storage and sedimentation.
• up-flow roughing filter.
• slow sand filtration.
• chlorination in piped water-supply systems.
• Sewage Treatment Plant.
a basic cooling tower water treatment system typically includes some type of:

• clarification.
• Membrane System.
• ion exchange/softening.
• chemical feed.
• automated monitoring.
For industrial companies using a cooling tower for its facility, some type of cooling tower water treatment system is usually necessary to ensure an efficient process and long equipment service life. If cooling tower water is left untreated, organic growth, fouling, scaling, and corrosion can reduce plant.
As mentioned above, the exact components of a cooling tower water treatment system depend on the quality of feed water and chemistry of circulatory water in relation to the quality of water needed for the specific cooling tower and related equipment (according to the manufacturer’s recommendations).
Depending on the impurities present in your water, any combination of these treatments might best suit your facility and make up your treatment system, so it’s important to consult with your water treatment specialist to ensure the right system for your specific tower is being considered. Depending on the needs of your cooling tower and process, these standard components are usually adequate. Fluid Sep Technologies provides a system that provides a bit more customization, there might be some features for betterment of performance.
Seawater covers 71% of the planet surface and represents 97% of the world's water.
with experience, technologies and knowledge in desalination, Fluid Sep Technologies Technologies supports municipalities and industries around the world in the implementation of their seawater desalination strategies.
Our all-encompassing range of water treatment solutions and seawater desalination technologies are dedicated optimize the management of the water resources. Combined with local presence and a worldwide network of experts, we ensure our clients the best possible solutions to supply high quality water, manage brine concentrates, produce or recover energy, extract raw materials and capitalize on by-products.
The chemical process of changing seawater into potable or fresh water is called desalination. Thermal distillation and membrane processes are the two main approaches used around the world to desalinise water. Desalination processes may be used in municipal, industrial, or commercial applications. With improvements in technology, desalination processes are becoming cost-competitive with other methods of producing usable water to respond to a growing demand. Stand-alone desalination plants can use renewable energy to operate. The pure water that is obtained after desalination must be re-mineralised to be adequate for human consumption. The concentrated brine produced in desalination processes needs to be disposed of properly.
• Desalination / RO systems from any source (seawater or brackish).
• Diagnostics and remote monitoring.
• Chemical dosing.
• Water treatment membrane systems.
• Water treatment chemicals.
• On-site maintenance and services.
Fluid Sep Technologies has experience in water and wastewater treatment will benefit the commercial institutions such as educational universities, large complexes, residential apartments or even sporting stadiums.
We Fluid Sep Technologies has experience in effectively solving water challenges in schools, universities, airports, government buildings, sporting arena, commercial &office buildings, and district cooling plants etc.
Water treatment and wastewater solutions for commercial places and large institutions will have a significant effect on running cost, operation and maintenance costs, utility costs, longevity of assets, compliance with local regulations, safety and other indirect costs. we ensure that your water technology will meet all expectations, including your budget and energy footprint. We offer optimum results pertaining to any water equipment with the maximum efficiency to drive down energy usage, minimal labor maintenance and less water consumption.
We at Fluid Sep Technologies Solutions provides a complete range of water solutions and services for water bodies and municipal government institutions to optimize and manage to reuse and recycle water source. We ensures to meet the growing water requirements of the population.
• Membrane System.
• Potable water production for drinking water,wastewater treatment and reuse.
• Complete water and wastewater management.
• Wastewater treatment for reuse and recycle for irrigation.
• Expansion, replacement and maintenance of water infrastructure.
Our water technology and solutions enables municipal governments to manage water effectively and operate efficiently in accordance to the best practices in wastewater treatment, wastewater reuse and potable water treatment..
Effluent Treatment includes:
• Biofilters and biological contactors.
• Comminuting and pumping technologies.
• Membrane biological reactor (MBR).
• Ultrafiltration systems.
• Reverse Osmosis systems.
• Nano filtration systems.