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NACE Publication 46107-2007, Control of Corrosion, Deposition, and Microbiological Growth in Recirculating Water Systems in Buildings

Water-using cooling & heating systems in buildings. Minimizing system damage d/t corrosion.  Design of  HVAC systems to understand and minimize problems. Does not address potable water systems.

Product Number: 24233
Publication Date: 2007
$69.00
$69.00
$69.00

This report applies to water-using cooling and heating systems in buildings. It provides information for minimizing system damage and operational interference because of corrosion, scale, fouling, and microbiological growth in building heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. This includes low-pressure steam boilers and hot water boilers. The document also addresses thermal energy storage (TES) systems, but does not address potable water systems. It is intended for use by building owners and engineering, maintenance, and operations management personnel. It is also intended for use by those involved in the design and construction of building HVAC systems so that corrosion, scale, fouling, and microbiological growth problems can be understood, anticipated, and minimized through appropriate design decisions. Key words: corrosion, scale, microbiological growth, boilers, HVAC.

This report applies to water-using cooling and heating systems in buildings. It provides information for minimizing system damage and operational interference because of corrosion, scale, fouling, and microbiological growth in building heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. This includes low-pressure steam boilers and hot water boilers. The document also addresses thermal energy storage (TES) systems, but does not address potable water systems. It is intended for use by building owners and engineering, maintenance, and operations management personnel. It is also intended for use by those involved in the design and construction of building HVAC systems so that corrosion, scale, fouling, and microbiological growth problems can be understood, anticipated, and minimized through appropriate design decisions. Key words: corrosion, scale, microbiological growth, boilers, HVAC.