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Steam Boiler Feedwater "Oxygen Control"

The most common source of corrosion in boiler systems is the amount of dissolved oxygen that remains in the boiler feedwater after treatment. Oxygen scavenging chemicals normally Sodium Sulphite, is added to the stored feedwater.

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Steam Boiler Water pH Control

Modern Steam Boilers have a high heat transfer rate: impurities in the feedwater can cause scale or chemical deposits to form and reduce the rate of heat transfer from the tube walls to the water, overheating the metal surfaces whilst reducing the steam output.

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