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feedwater

(ˈfiːdˌwɔːtə)
n
(General Engineering) water, previously purified to prevent scale deposit or corrosion, that is fed to boilers for steam generation
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In addition to the temporary boiler, controls systems and start-up services utilized for this project, Indeck's engineered steam solutions also include boiler feedwater treatment systems, engineering capabilities, field-studies, boiler retrofits, and replacement OEM boiler parts and accessories.
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[USPRwire, Tue Apr 16 2019] For efficient industrial power plant operations, boilers as well as quality of feedwater play a crucial role.
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In the past, Godrej had a license to manufacture Yuba design Feedwater Heaters.
The diesel generators automatically started on SI signal as designed (up to 10 s) and safety systems started according to SI sequence (high pressure and low pressure safety injection pump with 5 s delay on SI signal and auxiliary feedwater pump with 20 s delay on SI signal).
Steam boiler manufacturer, CFB BOILERS reports it has launched a budget-friendly reverse osmosis unit, the BoilerRO, which is capable of achieving almost 100% purity of boiler feedwater for superior quality steam.
This limitation recently became an urgent issue for one of Canada's largest electricity providers, Ontario Power Generation, which needed to map wall thickness around welds in several hundred feedwater pipes in its Canada Deuterium Uranium reactors.
[C.sub.2]--concentration of boric acid in the feedwater, g/kg;
Spirax Sarco has launched a pressurised deaerator system that reduces the dissolved oxygen content of boiler feedwater to virtually nil without chemical treatment.