Chloromethyl-methylisothiazolone (CMIT/MIT) biocide is used for microbial control in industrial water treatment applications. It is effective versus various types of bacteria, algae and fungi. This paper will provide results of planktonic and biofilm efficacy studies with CMIT/MIT biocide versus various strains of Desulfovibrio.
Each element & molecule has its own typical natural oscillation. The aim is to influence the original oscillation of the element through in such a way that ultimately the physical properties of the element or of the molecule are modified in the water. The results are rust molecules disintegrate in an unstable form and are washed out.
Recycled water quality must be evaluated to determine its potential impact on the equipment the cooling water contacts. This paper identifies the impact of various recycled water ingredients that could either be harmful or beneficial to the equipment the cooling water contacts. Case histories. Guidelines.
Laboratory exposure testing of carbon steel to water from different regions of the United States, with varying chemistries and chloride content. The results of chemical analyses conducted in the laboratory, including elemental analysis by SEM/EDS and analysis by x-ray diffraction are correlated to water chemistry.