Fighting Corrosion in Power Plants - METTLER TOLEDO

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Fighting Corrosion in Power Plants

Fighting Corrosion in Power Plants
Fighting Corrosion in Power Plants
Corrosion problems at power plants cost billions of dollars annually. Materials expenditure and loss of integrity and reliability are only part of the cost. The gradual loss of efficiency as corrosion products build up on heat-transfer surfaces gradually causes deterioration of heat rate and competitive generation capability. Contamination, corrosion and deposition of corrosion products are common problems in boilers and feed water piping and they are the cause of many forced outages and plant shutdowns.

In this 20 minute webinar you will learn how corrosion and deposits can be avoided through analytical measurements, such as:

  • conductivity
  • silica
  • sodium
  • pH and dissolved oxygen
English , Español
Fighting Corrosion in Power Plants
Fighting Corrosion in Power Plants

Webinar presenter:
Your online presenter, David Gray, is the Senior Product Manager at METTLER TOLEDO Thornton with over 35 years’ experience in the design, application and marketing of process analytical and control instrumentation with specific expertise in the power generation industry.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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