Chloropac Marine Growth Prevention System Evoqua is a water treatment technology designed to control and prevent the formation of biofouling such as algae and bacteria in industrial refrigeration systems and all processes where seawater is used.
The main component of the Chloropac Evoqua system is the sodium hypochlorite (NaClO) generator, which produces a sodium hypochlorite solution that provides biocidal action. Sodium hypochlorite effectively destroys microorganisms in the water, preventing the formation of biological buildup in cooling systems.
Benefits of the Chloropac Evoqua system include:
- Effective: The Chloropac Evoqua system is highly effective in controlling biological growth, preventing equipment damage, and reducing repair and maintenance costs for cooling systems.
- Environmentally friendly: The use of sodium hypochlorite instead of chlorine gas makes the Chloropac Evoqua system more environmentally friendly.
- Ease of use: The Chloropac Evoqua system is designed with ease of use and maintenance in mind. It can be integrated into existing cooling systems and automatically adjusts sodium hypochlorite dosage.
- Durability: The Chloropac Evoqua system has a long service life and requires minimal maintenance.
The general idea behind the Chloropac Evoqua system is to prevent the growth of biological organisms in cooling systems, which helps to reduce operating costs and keep equipment running efficiently.
CAPAC Evoqua’s ICCP (Impressed Current Cathodic Protection) system refers to impressed current cathodic protection technology. Cathodic protection is a method of protecting metal structures from corrosion by applying an electrical potential.
CAPAC Evoqua is a specific cathodic protection system designed and manufactured by Evoqua Water Technologies. It is designed to protect various types of metal objects such as pipelines, ships, underwater structures, and others.
Evoqua’s CAPAC utilizes the impressed current principle, which includes the installation of anodes, power supplies, and control systems. The anodes are installed on the object that needs to be protected from corrosion. The system then delivers a controlled current between the anodes and the object, creating an electric field that suppresses corrosion.
ICCP CAPAC Evoqua provides reliable corrosion protection and can be customized for a variety of operating conditions. It can be installed on new facilities as well as on existing facilities requiring repair or modernization.
Evoqua ballast water treatment systems ensure that harmful organisms and contaminants are effectively removed from ballast water before it is discharged back into the sea. They use a variety of treatment methods including physical, chemical, and biological processes to destroy and remove aquatic organisms such as bacteria, algae, microorganisms, and their spores.
It is important to note that the approaches and technologies used in ballast water treatment systems can vary depending on the model and the specific requirements of shipowners and regulators. System selection should take into account the specifications and recommendations provided by Evoqua Water Technologies and relevant international standards and legislation.
For more information on the Impressed Current Cathodic Protection System, Ballast Water Treatment systems, and the Chloropac Marine Growth Prevention System, please contact AQUAANALYTIC L.L.C-FZ engineers and read the brochures.
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