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Get your copy of "VIVID controller provided tighter control of cycles of concentration, reducing water and chemical usage"

An industrial plant in the northeastern
United States was using clarified river
water as cooling tower makeup (MU),
making the conductivity of the MU
subject to seasonal changes. The
customer observed significant swings in
tower water conductivity during testing,
which required daily adjustments to the
blowdown valve setting. These
adjustments had a cascading effect of
large changes in the cooling tower cycles
of concentration and chemical residual
buildup. Additionally, heat-load swings in
the cooling tower caused the
evaporation rate to increase. VIVID-controller-provided-tighter-cycle-control-cs.pdf