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Water treatment packages for one of the Nuclear plant

Water treatment packages for one of the Nuclear plant

Water treatment packages for one of the Nuclear plant

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We are looking for the reputed vendors for the supply of Microcardridge filter + EDI + Liqui cell membrane treatment process for the cooling water used in the nuclear plant. This shall be supplied as a packaged unit as per the client requirement.

Thanks to provide the information .

RE: Water treatment packages for one of the Nuclear plant

The only membrane technology I am familair with for application with cooling water at a power plant is as applied to a side stream clarifier , to allow more cycles of concentration in the cooling tower. Please note that most membranes have an achilles heel regarding bio-fouling- that may need to be addressed using ozone ( if the tower basin temp is reliably below 110 F)or other biocide treatments- these need to be included in the application ofr an environmental permit due to their caryover in the tower drift.

You may want to post this question in the water treatment section.

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RE: Water treatment packages for one of the Nuclear plant

Its not clear what cooling water you're talking about and whether you're talking inline filter or kidney loop. At a 1350Mwe nuke i'm familiar with, the main cooling water flow is 1,000,000 gpm. I don't think you are going to process that in line thru a membrane.

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RE: Water treatment packages for one of the Nuclear plant

Also is there a cooling tower ?

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(2B)+(2B)' ?

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