Cooling water systems use a cooling tower biocide to control bacteria, algae, limescale and corrosion. Legionella, a type of bacterial growth, is a particularly dangerous bacteria that can cause health problems. While properly added cooling tower biocide can be effective, it requires staff to maintain. And, depending on the cooling tower biocide used, it may be very harmful to the environment.
Let’s take a closer look:
What is an Example of a Common Cooling Tower Biocide?
A stabilized chlorine bromide solution is a commonly used cooling tower biocide. Other popular biocides include polymeric quaternary amine, carbmate and isothiazolin.
How Does the ScaleBlaster Electronic Water Descaler Work?
ScaleBlaster is one of the easiest hard water treatment options to install. Once installed, it emits sonic waves that stabilize the PH of the water. This, in turn, removes existing limescale and significantly reduces the corrosive properties of the water while effectively controlling algae and bacteria.
With So Many Cooling Tower Biocide and Hard Water Treatment Options Available, Why Should I Choose ScaleBlaster?
The ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is one of the few industrial hard water treatment options that requires no chemicals and minimal maintenance. Not only does it save money, but it also is more healthy for both workers and the environment.
As you can see, the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler has significant advantages over other types of hard water treatment options. Our industrial experts have worked with companies throughout the world and are ready to help you determine which industrial ScaleBlaster model is sufficient for your needs. Contact your nearest dealer today!