Boiler Water Treatment Products and Services
As our company name Feedwater suggests, we are specialists in steam boiler water treatment. We make and supply a comprehensive range of boiler water treatment chemicals, dosing systems, water softeners and provide high quality on-site service consultancy.
Why is steam boiler water treatment essential?
Did you know that when water is converted to steam it expands in volume over 1,000 times and that it travels a down a steam pipe at over 100 kilometres/hr? Steam is a great way of moving energy and heat around a site from a central boiler house to where it is needed, but without the right boiler feed water treatment, a steam-raising plant will suffer from scale formation and corrosion. At best, this increases energy costs and can lead to poor quality steam, reduced efficiency, shorter plant life and an operation which is unreliable. At worst, it can lead to catastrophic failure and loss of life. A poorly-treated boiler is a potential bomb and exposure to steam will cause severe burns and scalding and may prove fatal. In order to keep your plant operating safely, efficiently and economically, Feedwater has developed a comprehensive range of products and consultant services to protect not just the boiler but the whole steam system including the feed-tank, feed-lines, steam and condensate system. Boiler water treatment chemicals to protect the complete steam system:
- Oxygen scavengers to prevent corrosion
- Alkalinity builders and pH control
- Phosphate treatments
- Polymer sludge conditioners
- Amine condensate line treatments
- Resin cleaners and RO chemicals
Follow the links below to find out more on Chemicals: Boiler Water Treatment Chemicals We have saved our customers millions of pounds in operating costs per year, visit our cost control page to find out more. We can also help you to ensure you are operating safely and legally compliant.
Boiler Feed Water Treatment Basics
The purpose of boiler water treatment is to protect the boiler and steam system against corrosion and scale formation and help maintain steam purity and quality. Read more by clicking on the links below: