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Power and Energy Industry Applications Introduction

Reverse osmosis technology plays an integral part in the power and energy industry. As the demand for energy continues to grow, plant operators are looking for cost-effective ways to increase energy output for a number of applications. For example, feed water used in power plant boilers must be purified, because suspended particles and dissolved solids in the water can cause corrosion, foaming, and water carryover, which lead to costly repairs and halted production.

Boilers, or steam generators, are typically used to create steam in the production of power. The steam is generated and pushed through turbines to generate electricity. Water treatment is crucial at this point, because the water used to create the steam has to be free from minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, in order to prevent mineral buildup in the boiler. This mineral buildup slows down the steaming process, which increases the cost of producing the steam.

Ultra-pure water system for Guam Power Plant

Boilers, or steam generators, are typically used to create steam in the production of power. The steam is generated and pushed through turbines to generate electricity. Water treatment is crucial at this point, because the water used to create the steam has to be free from minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, in order to prevent mineral buildup in the boiler. This mineral buildup slows down the steaming process, which increases the cost of producing the steam.

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