Water Handbook -Boiler Deposits: Occurrence And Control | SUEZ

Therefore, good internal boiler water treatment programs are necessary. DEPOSITS. Common feedwater contaminants that can form boiler deposits include calcium, magnesium, iron, copper, aluminum, silica, and (to a lesser extent) silt and oil. Most deposits can be classified as one of two types ( Figure 12-1 )

Water Handbook -Boiler Deposits: Occurrence And Control | SUEZ

Therefore, good internal boiler water treatment programs are necessary. DEPOSITS. Common feedwater contaminants that can form boiler deposits include calcium, magnesium, iron, copper, aluminum, silica, and (to a lesser extent) silt and oil. Most deposits can be classified as one of two types ( Figure 12-1 )

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2017/6/26 · The equivalent weight of NaOH is 40, so 0.20 epm X 40 = 8 ppm caustic soda (50%) required. Dividing 8 ppm by 120 gives 0.067 lbs of 50% caustic soda per 1000 gallons of feedwater is required to produce 400 ppm total alkalinity as CaCO3 in the boiler.